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Self-Care Happy Hour WITH SUSAN BRATTON
I’m newly post-menopausal and my husband’s libido has slowed down, but not nearly as much as mine has. Sometimes I think I’d be fine with never having sex again, but I do love the closeness I feel with my partner when we’re intimate. What can I do to get in the mood when sex is often one of the last things on my mind?
When we were younger, my partner and I had a great love life, but now I feel like we’ve fallen into a routine and sex is always kind of… the same. What can we do to switch things up and make it more exciting again?
I’m 58 years old, and the wrinkles and extra pounds I gained during menopause have lowered my body-confidence a lot. I know this is the body I’ve got and I try to take good care of it – but how can I feel sexier and more confident in my own skin?
I’m in perimenopause and feeling so moody! How can I help my partner understand how I’m feeling and get his support through this emotional roller coaster?
We’re in our early 50s and my partner has occasional erectile dysfunction. So far, it’s affected our sex life a little bit, but I’m worried it might get worse as we get older. Do you have any recommendations?
I’m a single mom and my kids are out of the house now. I’m starting to think about dating again (once it’s safe to go out and mingle, of course) and I’m nervous! What do you recommend for an older woman who hasn’t been on a first date in decades?
Vaginal dryness is really making sex uncomfortable for me. I’ve tried a whole host of lubes, but most of them get tacky after a couple of minutes and the dryness returns. How can I bring back the moisture and enjoy intimacy again?
I used to have no problems reaching orgasm during intimacy, but lately, it takes much longer to get there if it happens at all. It’s so frustrating! What can I do to bring the “Big O” back?
I have vaginismus and intercourse is uncomfortable and sometimes impossible, but I miss the pleasure and closeness with my partner. What can we do to keep the connection alive without intercourse?
I’m single and dating in my 60s. Since I’m post-menopausal I don’t have any worries about pregnancy, but should I still be using protection during sex?
My husband is impatient with foreplay, but lately, it takes me a while to get turned on. How can I make the warm-up to sex more enjoyable for both of us?
STEP 1: Butterfly Wing-stretch
STEP 2: Graceful Butterfly
Calm breath and movement of pelvic muscles to signal orgasmic contraction.
STEP 3: Fluttering Butterfly
Pelvic thrusting to awaken orgasmic response.
STEP 4: Butterfly in Repose
Connecting your heart to your sexual energy.