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February 13, 2018

Family Affairs: Valentine’s Day Special

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Family Affairs: Valentine's Day Special

Whether you celebrate Valentine’s Day with romantic glee or choose to ignore February’s syrupy sweet holiday altogether, this podcast is for you! Join myself with host Ben Robbins and therapists Matt LeBauer and Lisa Thomas as we discuss how such a couple-centric holiday came to be and how best to enjoy it regardless of your […]

January 31, 2018

Sex Therapists on Deleting Tinder

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Sex Therapists on Deleting Tinder

Lindsey Kline of Rooster magazine asks for sex therapists’ perspectives on the world of online dating. Overwhelmingly, the professional responses she gets recommend searching for love in the real world instead of an app. To read more, including input from yours truly, click here.

January 13, 2018

Weed: A Good Foundation for Relationships?

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Weed: A Good Foundation for Relationships?

Mutual interests and shared hobbies are helpful when building a budding relationship. But do the vices we indulge in connect us or degrade our bonds? Petar Petrov of Rooster magazine explores this question and consults Indigo on the answer. Read more here.

December 15, 2017

Family Affairs: Save Your Sex Drive

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Family Affairs: Save Your Sex Drive

Back so soon on the show? Yes I am! Loss of libido is one of the biggest issues couples walk into my office with. While it’s totally normal for sex drive to ebb and flow as we age and cope with stress, it’s also totally normal to feel frustrated with the amount of sex we’re […]

December 13, 2017

Family Affairs: Survive the Holidays

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Family Affairs: Survive the Holidays

I’m back on Family Affairs! This time I’m with the fabulous Lisa Thomas and Matt LeBauer, as well as host Ben Robbins. We have some light-hearted fun and discuss strategies for getting through the holidays with your family. Listen to Family Affairs Episode “Survive the Holidays” here or wherever you get your podcasts.

December 8, 2017

Can Rebound Sex Be Healthy?

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Can Rebound Sex Be Healthy?

Lindsey Kline of Rooster magazine consults myself and another sex therapist to answer this question in her just published article. Read more here.

November 21, 2017

Living Poly: The Three Ds

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Living Poly: The Three Ds

A technique I like to touch on with all of my clients in open relationships, whether they are starting one for the first time or are seasoned practitioners, is the simple “3D” concept. It’s pretty basic – when you begin seeing a new partner, create a safe container in your current relationship(s) by making sure […]

November 7, 2017

How to Maximize Relationship Therapy

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How to Maximize Relationship Therapy

You’ve been fighting a lot lately. You decide a professional might be able to help. A friend gives you a referral and you make the appointment. The two of you drive separately from work, arrive at the calm office, listen to the noise machine whir as you sit side by side scrolling through social media, […]

October 20, 2017

Family Affairs: Overcome Infidelity

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Family Affairs: Overcome Infidelity

Indigo is back on Family Affairs! New Episode: Overcome Infidelity – Or Don’t. A letter from a listener sparked this conversation (which turned into a whole show) about infidelity. Cheating is the oldest and most challenging story in the sex and relationship book. Anyone who has experienced it first hand – or been witness to […]

September 29, 2017

A Better Metaphor for Sex

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A Better Metaphor for Sex

I recently had the pleasure of seeing sexuality educator Al Vernacchio speak at the Sex & Intimacy Summit in Salt Lake City. Al wants to change the way we talk about sex in America, particularly with teenagers, starting by employing a new and better metaphor for sex. Shifting paradigms to a healthier, consent driven sexuality […]

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