Our sexuality is inherent in how we accept and define ourselves, how we distinguish others, and how we view the world.
Sexuality is complex. It's not always easy. It is multidimensional and multifactorial. A complex mix of physiological, interpersonal, cultural, emotional, and psychological contributors. Not to mention we are guided by sex-ed that failed to teach us about pleasure.
Because the relationship we have with our sexuality influences our sexual self-esteem, which influences what type of sexual being we are, our satisfaction, communication, relationships and performance.
We talk a lot about the value of developing healthy self-esteem, and so too, should we be paying attention to developing healthy sexual self-esteem.
As a sexologist, I get asked about this topic often. And I know how important it is for healthy, satisfactory sexuality.
The Sexual Self Esteem Course has been designed to approach sexual self-esteem and personal empowerment holistically.
My guide will help you develop healthy vocabulary and practices to explore your erotic confidence and become more open and intentional with your sexual needs.
You will confront your self esteem and build a better understanding of how to create healthy sexual practices to lead to self confidence.