Whether you and your partner have been having trouble inside the bedroom or outside of it, therapy can help. All you have to do is sit down with a therapist, talk through your issues while being brutally honest, and then engage in some simple exercises that are meant to strengthen your relationship. It’s not as terrifying as it sounds, and it could actually save you from getting dumped. Here are a few of the different things sex therapy can cure:

Having Trouble Getting Turned On

If you’re having a hard time getting turned on enough for sex, a therapist can help you come up with new techniques. They might even assign you homework that will require you and your partner to get intimate with one another. Of course, you won’t have to do anything inappropriate in front of your therapist, so there’s nothing to worry about. You two will get to work through your issues on your own time.

Inability To Orgasm

A sex therapist will be able to list out the possible reasons why you’re having trouble reaching orgasm. That’s why you need to be completely honest with them, even when you have to say something awkward. The more they know about your particular situation, the better advice they can give you on how to cure your issues.

No Intimacy, Besides Sex

You’re allowed to attend sex therapy, even if your sex life is booming. After all, it might be the only good part of your relationship. If everything outside of the bedroom is dull, then sex therapists will help you engage in other intimate activities, such as cuddling and giving each other massages. They’ll help you find new ways to enjoy each other’s company that don’t involve getting naked.

Feeling Pain During Sex

While you should visit a doctor if sex has been hurting you, in order to check for STDs and hormonal imbalances, your sex therapist might also be able to help. They should be able to pinpoint exactly what is causing your pain. It might be a lack of lubrication or the sex positions you’ve been using. It can’t hurt to ask your therapist about it, because they’re the expert on all things sexual.

Suffering From Sexual Addictions 

If your relationship is suffering because one of you is plagued with a sexual addiction, sex therapy can help. While you might benefit from going to separate sessions in order to work through the problem, a joint session can also help. Your therapist will be able to give you advice on how to overcome your problems and keep your relationship intact.

Having Issues After Giving Birth

A lot of sex lives decline after children are brought into the picture. Whether you’ve been feeling self-conscious about your body after giving birth, or you can’t find time to sleep together because the kids are always around, a therapist can help. They’ll talk you through your options and help you find a solution that’s fit for your situation.

Having Trust Issues

You should seriously think about attending sex therapy if you’ve recently been cheated on, but want to make the relationship work. It’s extremely hard to stay with someone after finding out they were disloyal. A therapist can help you both remember why you love each other and why fighting for your relationship is so important.


Have you ever been to a sex therapist? Can you think of any other reasons to visit a sex therapist?

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Holly Riordan
Holly Riordan
Holly is an aspiring sci-fi writer who currently writes lifestyle articles for All Women Stalk and News Cult. She's a fan of comedy movies, ridiculous puns, and is the owner of a pup named Ferris (last name Bueller).