Are you lacking the confidence to embrace your sexuality? Are you afraid to share your fantasies and desires with your partner due to shame? Has intimacy and sex in your relationship/s lost its priority?
Today on the Black Women Rising Podcast, we sat down with sex and intimacy therapist Natasha Riley. Natasha aims to help women navigate the challenges around sex, provide a safe space for them to be vulnerable, process emotions, and work towards solutions with their partners. In this episode, Natasha debunks some common myths about sex, encourages women to love their mom body, and gives us tips on how to have a conversation with our partner about improving sex and intimacy.
Key Discussion Points From This Episode Include:
[00:01:39] Natasha’s Earliest Life Lesson
[00:02:21] Fundamental Change of Becoming a Mother
[00:04:42] Becoming a Sex Therapist
[00:06:45] Debunking Myths About Sex Therapy
[00:07:58] Loving The Mom Body
[00:10:05] Having The Sex Conversation With Your Partner
[00:14:09] Finding Your Sexy
[00:17:31] One of The Biggest Challenges That Black Women Face When Returning to Themselves
[00:24:28] Natasha’s Black Girl Magic
Natasha is a Licensed Sex Therapist as well as a Certified Sex Coach. As a graduate from Sex Coach University with Dr. Patti Britton, Natasha has learned the benefits of sex coaching and how she can empower her clients to own their choices as well as take responsibility of their pleasure.
Natasha has not only worked with couples to increase communication about sexual concerns, she has also worked to empower women to make sexual pleasure a priority. She takes pride in providing a compassionate safe space to help clients reignite their sexual expression. Natasha works side by side with clients to reach the goal of sexual fulfillment and pleasure.
Connect with Natasha:
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