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Sex Education for Couples: Sexual Communication Skills

My job as a sex worker encompasses a lot more than many people assume it does at first glance. Sex education for couples, sex therapy, and creating communication, intimacy, and connection—whether in the bedroom or out on the town for a date—is a massive part of my responsibility. These experiences are some of my favorites to share with clients because they not only make for an utterly enlightening day, they can transform the way they experience sex for the rest of their lives.

As I mentioned above, communication, intimacy, and connection are the three pillars of why I got into sex work and why I love it so much. And communication skills, in my experience, can be the defining factor between whether or not couples can really go the distance. No matter if you’re a relatively new couple or if you have been together for years, brushing up on how to communicate with your partner—how to ask for what you want, and how to understand what they want—is a relatively vital cog in the machine of your relationship. Without that cog, the whole relationship is prone to miscommunication and resentment. Sometimes having an objective outsider who loves nothing more than to foster direct communication can help clear up misunderstandings and make room for healthy, mutually beneficial sex.

How Can Sex Workers Help Couples?

Before we get started, both partners must consent to this mode of therapy and sex education. If your partner isn’t interested in exploring this option, we’re not going to get very far communication-wise, as your partner will be closed off from the beginning. But, if you’re both on the same page and willing to try something a little bit less conventional but enormously effective, then let’s get to work!

First of all, if better communication is the goal, we can start off by emailing back and forth so that I know specific objectives you’d like to accomplish during our time together. What topics do you have trouble communicating about; where are you experiencing blockages in your intimacy? If I can connect with both of you via email before our meeting, I will get a sense for the best way to help you realize your goals.

Couples, throuples, spouses, partners—no matter how you have labeled yourselves, people in relationships can benefit from my sex education for couples experience. If you’re in a situation where you feel like the intimacy is fading away, or if you are struggling to share your innermost desires with your partner, feeling sexual frustration, or having issues with performance anxiety—these are all situations that I deal with regularly and have several simple tips to help solve. Don’t struggle on your own and gamble with a significant relationship when help is just an email away! It’s not worth it. Check out my reviews—couples are some of the most pleased clients I have. And it’s because the time I spend with them pays off over the course of years, decades, however long the relationship lasts.

What Strategies Can We Try Together?

Since I work so frequently with people who have trouble communicating, experience social anxiety, or have taboo sexual interests that they are afraid to express, or have sexual concerns of any kind, I am typically able to see the root of the problem very quickly. This benefits couples as well. If there is something one partner is nervous to open up about, if your old spark has gone missing, if you want to open up your relationship but are wondering how to set boundaries—these are all conversations that feel safer when you have a seasoned expert on hand who can help navigate the sometimes tricky waters.

One strategy that helps many couples is modeling open sexual communication. I am able to say exactly what I want, and watching someone else articulate their wants and needs can give you a great, healthy example of how to do so within your relationship. I can help you understand your partner’s body language and help you remember your own body language so that you are able to communicate what you wish to, instead of giving mixed signals.

During an intimate session, we could go over sexual communication or even how to liberate yourself to moan and groan (or otherwise communicate your feelings) in bed. If you feel tightly wound or uncomfortable talking about these things, a professional who talks about them for a living (like I do every Thursday on Coffee With Alice!) can give you tips about opening up and realizing the sexual pleasure you deserve.

We can go back to the basics, like where you like to be touched or not, or what your limits and boundaries are within the relationship. If you’ve never thought about it, or if you’ve never felt confident enough to make these known, I can help you understand how imperative it is. And better yet, I can help demonstrate how sexy it is to be verbal inside and outside of the bedroom. If you haven’t tried it, both you and your partner are in for a pleasant surprise and more intimacy in your immediate future, with my communication skills and sex education tips in your pocket.

Book Your Sex Education for Couples Experience With Me

When both you and your partner are ready, send me an email at [email protected], and we’ll begin our journey toward healthy communication and sexual satisfaction.