How to Have Sex After Divorce
How do you venture into sex after divorce? Sex and relationship coach Sarrah Rose gives us the scoop!
From casual sex to healing after a relationship’s end, Sarrah Rose shares easy tips on how to get ready for sex after divorce. Some of Rose’s tips include:
Boost self-confidence with affirmations. Affirmations and mantras work wonders to boost self-love. When you are more confident, you feel more courageous and available for sex after divorce. You will even enjoy sex more!
Understand how you do sex. Sex isn’t the same for everyone. Some people can get much more attached and struggle with casual sex. Others, like Sarrah herself, can compartmentalize and have sex to fill a basic need. Know where you land on sex. Also, understand and accept that how you view sex isn’t stagnant. You may desire sex to meet your basic needs one month and desire to have sex with a partner that you love and care about the next.
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Identify how you view sex. How we view sex is often tied to our upbringing. Whether we were told sex is shameful or were raised in a strict, religious household where sex wasn’t spoken of, this can weigh on us subconsciously. Pinpoint what messages you’ve heard about sex. Take ownership of your views of sex versus ideologies that are drilled in by society, religion, and family.
Undo the shame of sex. Once you can pinpoint your views on sex you need to undo the conditioning. Seek outside help from a therapist or even a sex and relationship coach. It is a journey, not a sprint!
Masturbate, baby! Sarrah agrees that masturbation is a great way to release sexual tension. Plus, it helps boost your self-confidence and you get to know your body. Masturbation is also a great way to scratch that itch when you are not ready to have sex after divorce.
No matter when you choose to have sex after divorce, know why you are making this choice. Do so when you feel intuitively ready, not because you feel guilty or ashamed of having sex to satisfy basic needs. And if you’re just a gal that wants to have sex with deep intimacy and connection, wait until you meet that person who provides sexual healing with strings attached. Remember: there is no wrong way, only your way!
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