When you hear the words “sex drive,” “libido,” or “desire,” you probably just think of one thing – being in the mood for sex.
But it’s a bit more complex than that. There are actually two completely different sex drive types. If you want to have an active and exciting sex life, it’s crucial that you each understand which type you are.
I have bachelor’s degrees in human sexuality and sociology from Brown University, and a master’s degree in counseling psychology. I’m also a licensed psychotherapist. I’ve been working in the sex therapy field since 2002 and have been featured by The New York Times, O: The Oprah Magazine, Real Simple, Refinery29, and many more.
Most importantly, I’m a wife, and I’ve been with my partner for over a decade. I know all about the struggles of keeping the passion alive in a long-term relationship. My relationship has been my best teacher, and I feel deeply honored to share the lessons I’ve learned (and continue to learn!) with other couples.
Evidently, the class taught me a lot—because after taking it, I started orgasming from someone else’s touch for the first time.
Working with Vanessa saved our marriage.
We’ve struggled with our sex life for years, and had recently begun to lose hope. It felt like there was no way to regain that chemistry we had when we first met.
After working with Vanessa, we realize that we need different things from each other in the bedroom. With a few simple changes, we’re reconnecting like we never have before.