Archive for April 2013

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Candida Royalle has gained public traction in both the adult and academic communities for her erotic films featuring plotlines from a female perspective. Men and women alike learn from and applaud her films; in addition, the therapeutic and sexology communities benefit.  Please go towww.CandidaRoyalle.com for more information.  A surprise caller, Richard Pachecho, added to the program. Richard and Candida performed together inPizza Girls long ago, and he told some amusing performance anxiety stories. Richard wisely said, “Men have sex as a way to make contact, and women have sex to celebrate that contact has been made!”  This is a fascinating and illuminating program.  Do listen!

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Bradley Coates, Esq., author of the award-winning 4th edition “Divorce with Decency” was Dr. Diana’s guest once again – and Bryan Brewer was the co-host. This time they discussed the differences between men and women. There are many: our brains, values, communication styles, and sexuality. How has the women’s movement and the “sheconomy” impacted marriages and divorces? You will find out by listening!

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Grant Cameron is an award-winning journalist and author who wrote “What about Me – A Book for Men Helping Female Partners Deal with Childhood Sexual Abuse.”  Dr. Diana interviewed Grant and his wife Liz who was sexually abused.  The book reflects the traumatic and trying times encountered along their journey to healing.  In today’s show, there is much helpful information – including how to help a survivor cope and deal with her anger and pain.  And, what about the sexual relationship?  Grant’s book is available on a PDF download at www.helpforpartners.wordpress.com. This is a wonderful book for couples going through these kind of challenges, giving hope, and supporting healthy communication.

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