In long term relationship, passion often fades. The misconception often assumes passion would come naturally and doesn’t need any effort, and if effort is required, something is wrong with the relationship. The fact is, passion needs to be maintained, like a flower, if it doesn’t receive water, it would die.
Studies on divorce suggest that intimate relationships have been failing for the last 20 years or so. The possible reason is that couples have never learned reliably how to have intimate relationships. Join us as we explore the psychology and history of intimacy with Dr. Varod. Dr. Shelly Varod has her Doctorate in Human Sexuality. She is a media clinical sexologist, who focuses her clinical practice and workshops on sexual education, as well as, resolution of clients’ relationship and most intimate concerns.