Sex Therapist, Mary Jo Rapini, LPC Preps Couples for the Ultimate Valentine’s Day 1-2-3
HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 12, 2020--
With about two thirds of women ages 18-24 too embarrassed to say words like vagina or orgasm to their doctors, it’s not surprising that they are much less likely to be proactive about their sexual health or vocal about pleasure with their partners. Planning the perfect Valentine’s Day starts with ensuring women are confident about their vaginal health.
“Women are fed lots of conflicting information about their vaginas and their sexual health. Most misconceptions manifest at a young age and can stay with them into adulthood. This can not only affect how we feel about ourselves, but also our intimate relationships,” says Mary Jo Rapini, LPC and Sex Therapist. “If you believe your pleasure doesn’t matter and are too embarrassed to take responsibility for your sexual health, you’ll limit your ability to create and enjoy the sex life you want due to feelings of fear and inadequacy.”
Mary Jo shares her recommendations for a confident and satisfying Valentine’s Day:
“Happy Valentine’s Day!” adds Rapini.
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