• Ma'ayan Greenbaum

Is sexuality really anything deeper than sex?

Sooner or later, most of my clients talk about sexuality.


They worry that they've lost the erotic spark in their relationship because they can't seem to feel their desire for the partner they're with.


Or they may be ashamed of their sexual wishes or desires and afraid to share them directly.


Some people monitor their "performance" and worry about disappointing their partner (or not "achieving" orgasm) and others experience physical pain during sex.


Sexuality and sexual expression is a window into the full drama of our experience as human beings. 🧡


Our sexuality simultaneously connects us with our vitality, power and creativity AND our aggression, shame, and vulnerability.

Our erotic life and the way we make sense of it, suppress or express our longings, embrace or reject these parts of ourselves are reflections of the *deepest parts of our psyches* and are shaped by our most fundamental early experiences of suffering AND pleasure.


Sexuality is so much bigger than "sex" and our erotic life is so rich with meanings.


🤔How do we become more comfortable and confident with our sexuality?


We continue to embrace and know ourselves more fully, by acknowledging these truths.


Let's expand the way we think and talk about sex and sexuality - so that we can re-claim our sexual power, energy vitality and creativity!

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