When Your Self-Image Gets in the Way: Sex and Self-Objectification

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Can the way you see yourself impact your sex life? A new study suggests that it can. On “Psychology Behind the Headlines”, hosts Jessica Reyes, Patricia Wu, and guest therapist Joann ‘JoJo’ Venant discuss how self-objectification can lead to sexual problems for women.

Self-Objectification vs. Healthy Sexuality

When you focus on how you look to others, it can be harder to focus on your own enjoyment.

The Importance of Presence

Being fully present in the moment allows for a deeper connection with yourself and your partner.

Taking Care of Yourself

Understanding your own desires and learning to communicate them effectively is key to sexual satisfaction

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