Welcome to episode 301 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Dr. Albert Wong back to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss the common mistakes couples in long term relationships make around sex, how you can listen to your body to know your needs and ways in which you can give compassionate feedback.
Dr. Albert Wong is the Director of the Trauma Certificate Program at Somatopia and and the former Director of Somatic Psychology at John F. Kennedy University.
A leading educator in the field of somatics, he trains students in somatic psychology, healing trauma, and the mind-body connection through his online platform, Somatopia, and maintains an online private practice centered around somatic psychology.
In this episode, you will hear:
What do people mean when they say, “my partner is bad in bed”? Common mistakes couples in long term relationships make around sex The ingredients needed to improve a relationship Recommendations for rituals you can incorporate into your relationship How you can listen to your body to know your needs Understanding the importance of communication The importance of being selfull Ways in which you can give compassionate feedback Analyzing the practicalities of feedback
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