Men: Here Is What It Looks Like to Break Free from Porn Addiction and Reconnect with Your Partner
Posted on January 20, 2017 by Aline Zoldbrod
I work with a lot of men who have gotten caught up in watching so much pornography that it interferes with their ability to be sexually connected to a partner they love. They find it difficult to be interested in being sexual with a real person. They may have difficulty maintaining erections in a sexual situation. Sometimes, they seem completely mentally and emotionally “checked out” to their partner during sex. Sometimes, depending on a many factors, it’s very difficult to break free of the pornography/masturbation compulsion.
Straight Women in Love: It Is Critically Important to Resist the Tyranny of the Erect Penis.
Posted on January 11, 2017 by Aline Zoldbrod
I spend a lot of my working life working with straight women who no longer enjoy sex with their partner, even though they love the guy. I more than occasionally run into situations where part of the culprit in the woman’s plummeting desire is the phenomenon that I have come to call “giving in to the tyranny of the erect penis.”
Sometimes Old, Learned Sex-Negative Attitudes Can Ruin Your Sex Life: Here is a technique for overcoming them.
Posted on October 10, 2016 by Aline Zoldbrod
I have spent my professional life trying to get my patients to loosen up, sexually.
One of the easiest ways to have erotic fun as a couple is to have the biggest possible repertoire of pleasurable sexual activities. That way, if one or the other person has a sexual quirk or a "sexual dysfunction" that makes whatever you think of as "normal sex" not be so easy to achieve, you've got a whole menu of other fun and delicious sexual activities to consider.
Understanding Situational Erectile Dysfunction with Sex Therapy: Not All E.D. Needs Viagra. Does Yours?
Posted on July 24, 2015 by Aline Zoldbrod
By Aline Zoldbrod, Ph.D. Psychologist, Marriage and Couples Therapist, and Certified Sex Therapist
Newsflash: Not all erectile difficulties need to be treated with drugs.