Archive for February 2014

Dr. Diana Wiley – www.DrDianaWiley.com – covered some areas of concern, typical questions she receives in her practice. In 30-plus years, these include mismatched desire, questions about sexual medicine, body-image, sensate focus homework, sex toys, spiritual dimensions of sexuality, and sexual health benefits. Sex therapy is often necessary. As a therapist, she wants to see her clients restore emotional and physical intimacy to reach their full sexual potential. Indeed, sex matters!

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Dr. Dudley Danoff, world renowned Urologist, and Dr. Diana discussed his latest book Penis Power: The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health. For years he has helped couples achieve emotional intimacy and physical satisfaction – all the while addressing the complexity and mystery of male anatomy, as well as the fears and fiction of men and women alike. Some prefer denying pleasure – rather than discussing delicate and embarrassing issues. This program was a forum for talking about many of those issues. Here’s a quote from Penis Power: “Keep in mind that personality and penis traits are fundamentally connected. If you are someone who desires to become not only a great person but also a great lover, you must be willing to confront yourself and address aspects of your personality that may be holding you back from emotional and sexual happiness.” Dr. Danoff is a wise and skilled man and Urologist! Please look at this website www.PenisPowerBook.com. You’ll want to get his book, for sure!

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Dr. Serena McKenzie, N.D. is the Director for Whole Life Medicine -- Balancing Health for the Body and Beyond – www.WholeLifeMedicine.net.  Dr. Diana is the sex therapist on staff, and the two have collaborated for over four years. Dr. Serena is a sexual medicine expert; therefore, a perfect pre-Valentine guest to discuss the SCIENCE of LOVE. New research can teach us about romance and how to make it last. With MRIs, brains are viewed. There is the power of chemistry – the interplay of hormones and neurotransmitters – and we call this love. Four compounds – dopamine, norepinephrine, oxytocin, and serotonin – are especially critical. Dr. Diana and Dr. Serena discussed how people might be “addicted” to love, why there might be an obsessing component, why there is an urge to merge. Couples may need to sort out their particular relationship structure, eroticizing what is real, what is authentic. Scents and sensibility: what about ovulating women, what about birth control pills, what about kissing? Love that lasts: what may be present for some very fortunate couples?  Everyone might talk about how romance fades after the honeymoon – and that isn’t necessarily true. The Docs explored these issues and more. Please listen to this informative show, and if you have a Valentine, make the most of it!

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For over 30 years Michael Castleman has been a sex educator, counselor, journalist, and 

author. He returned to Dr. Diana’s program so that they could discuss a man’s guide to advanced lovemaking, better erections without drugs, and mismatched desire – all topics on his wonderful website www.GreatSexAfter40.com. This is a resource for people of all ages, and its information is accurate, up-to-date, and written in an engaging style. His most recent book “GREAT SEX – A MAN’S GUIDE TO THE SECRET PRINCIPLES OF TOTAL-BODY SEX” is updated often in his E-Book, available on the website.  Sex is PLAY, and when the focus is on leisurely, playful, whole-body sensuality – the lovemaking is more satisfying. Women need the warm-up; otherwise, there is often a grim, forced march to intercourse. This is not fun! The appropriate analogy here is that men are like microwaves and women are more like crockpots. Get-away sex may  be more sensational because the couple can stay in the present, not thinking about home-related issues. Michael Castleman will return for Part II March 11th.

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