Orgasm for Life!

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Listen as Devi Ward speaks with Jennifer Elizabeth Masters on her recently released book – “Orgasm for Life”
Jennifer and Devi will discuss:
-The biggest issue in long-term relationships
-Why women are afraid to ask for what they want
-Fantasies, role playing, and other ways to re-ignite the fires of passion
-Healing G-Spot trauma and other sexual trauma instructions
And so much more!!

Jennifer Elizabeth Masters has been on a healing journey for over 30 years.

In the process of healing her own sexual dysfunction, codependency, addictions and illness, Jennifer has developed several  programs to help empower women to love themselves fearlessly.

One of the biggest changes in Jennifer’s life is the total absence of fear, depression and loneliness. She has discovered when we come to loving acceptance of ourselves, we get out of our own way and stop trying to make things hap-pen and allow life to unfold.

Jennifer has worked with thousands of women and men, helping them heal from addiction, depression, lim-iting beliefs and unworthiness.

She is an author, inspirational speaker, hypnotherapist, Certified Life Coach, mother of 3, Master Energy Healer and ordained minister. As a Scorpio, she unabashedly says she has enjoyed sexual expression. She assists women to find the Sacredness in Sex. Married and divorced 4 times, Jennifer is an empower-ment and sex coach for women.

Her book, Orgasm For Life, came out at the end of May, 2014

Connect with Jennifer: Love Yourself Fearlessly BLOG

Twitter: twitter.com/JeniferEMasters

Facebook: facebook.com/JenniferElizabethMasters

LinkedIN: linkedin.com/pub/dir/Elizabeth/Masters

 

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The Scoop on Foreskin, Dick Pic’s and Getting Your Libido Back

Okay guys- What’s the deal with “Dick Pics” during online dating? Tonight on Better Love and Sex, Devi wants YOU to tell her WTF is up with that? Also- What’s the scoop on foreskin? Apparently it is the MOST sensitive … Continue reading

End Boring SEX with Getlusty!

Get the scoop on Get Lusty’s mission to End Boring Sex!

End Boring sex!Are you in a long term monogamous relationship? Do you struggle with how to keep the sex passionate, exciting, and playful?

Listen in as Devi Ward speaks with GetLusty Founder, Erica Grigg about her mission to END boring sex!

Find out more about HOW and why they do what they do, and what you can learn from their commitment to fun and exciting monogamy, NOT monotony!

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Erica GriggErica Grigg is the Co-Founder ofGetLusty.com. Prior, she spent around a decade crossing over between the world of sustainability and social media marketing. Launching in August 2012, GetLusty has seen widespread success in Chicago and beyond with 1000s of couples from across the USA members of the website.

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Help! What happened to my Libido?!

Female Libido One of the number one questions I receive from women all over the world is- “How can I increase my natural desire for sex?” i.e. how do I increase my libido?

I recently read a very insightful article addressing just this issue, which broke down the libido question into 2 categories- 1. desire for sex or 2. sexual aroual.

Libido is defined as- a person’s overall sexual drive or desire for sexual activity, which would look something like- your partner walks in the door and you want to jump their bones.

This is an entirely different issue than one of sexual arousal, which would look like- you jump your partners bones, but don’t really feel physically turned on, have much sensation, and/or have difficulty experiencing orgasms.

From my perspective (and the previously mentioned authors perspective) these are 2 very different scenarios, which will require very different strategies to correct.

Libido – (actual desire for sex)- can be affected by a number of different circumstances.

Personally, I find that once a possible hormonal imbalance or deficiency has been ruled out, the top 2 culprits for lack of sexual desire are:

#1. Stress, and

#2. Relationship issues such as- unexpressed emotions of hurt and/or resentment.

So when a woman asks me about how to increase her libido, I typically answer with a question of my own which is-

“How stressed out are you?”

Our modern lives are filled with an inordinate amount of ongoing daily stress triggers, keeping us in an almost constant state of fight or flight.

Being in this constant state of high alert wears down our body, causing physical aging and degeneration of tissue, and contributes to emotional irritability and lack of present moment awareness (think inner peace and joy!)

This can leave us feeling exhausted, depleted, and drained. I compare this to draining a battery, and as we all know batteries operate on electrical charge.

Think of your sexual desire in a similar way, as a current or charge of energy.

If you are feeling drained and depleted by the overwhelming demands of life, you probably won’t have a lot of extra juice available for frequent sexual connection.

Unexpressed feelings of hurt or resentment also drain the life energy out of a relationship, so chances are if you aren’t  “sexing” it’s because you aren’t saying something that needs to be communicated in order for you to WANT to be physically intimate with that person.

I also find that for many women sexual desire is more of an emotional impulse than a physical urge.

If you aren’t feeling emotionally connected to your partner, if there are walls and barriers between you, then the desire for sexual union can be almost entirely snuffed out.

Remember- sexual desire is the physical expression of  our heart and soul’s desire for union.

If desire for sex isn’t the problem, the next thing to look at is the arousal factor, which I will share some insights about next week.

Do you have questions about your sexual experience?

Would you like to learn more about your FULL orgasmic potential as a woman?

Contact me for a free consultation, or visit us at Better Love and Sex.com