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It’s been a few weeks since I shared that I was working on a Sexual Health & Wellness Guide. Now, I am stoked to share with you that it is finally done and HERE!
What drove me to write this guide? Well, since becoming a Pure Romance consultant, I have helped many women on their Sexual Health journey, and I want to help MORE people, not just those in my immediate area.
A lot of women are not only ashamed to admit they’ve never had an orgasm, or unaware of products to boost pleasure, but many share their fear of communicating with their partners about sex; such as their wants, needs, and fantasies. Some, even basic anatomy.
Sexual Health, and sex in general, is one of my passions. Sex, whether we are having it or not, is such a HUGE part of our everyday life, and affects a lot of aspects in our relationships.
Who is the Sexual Health & Wellness Guide for?
Anyone! If you are single, married, in a committed relationship, or in an open relationship, this guide is to teach you more about your body, tips to communicate with your partner (now, or in the future!), and explore your body.
While most of my experience is primarily with those with a vulva and their partners, this guide is also helpful for those that identify as a male and/or have a penis.
My goal, and passion, is to educate and help as many people as possible gain the confidence to own their sex life, explore their bodies to discover what satisfies them, and educate them about sex, products, and everything in between!
What Is The Guide Designed NOT To Do?
This guide is not designed to help with sexual identities, tips for contraception, safe sex, or general anatomy.
To write a guide that entails all of those things, plus what I have in the guide, would be about the length of a full-size novel.
Safe sex practices and contraception are extremely important, but those need to be discussed with your medical provider, and your partner. The part of this guide that does focus on communication will help you with that.
In addition, I do not have the training to aid individuals struggling with their sexual identity, and as much as I would love to help individuals with this, I am just not qualified.
Rather, I am qualified to help guide you on the best sexual experience.
Will There Be More From You After This?
Here on Vivacious Bibliophile, I will be sharing blog posts frequently with relationship advice, sex, toy recommendations, and more. (Like, why morning sex is AMAZING sex!)
In addition, this guide will be put into an eBook format with extras & bonuses available to purchase soon! I am also considering taking on more clients to help with their sexual health questions, guidance, and more. If you are interested in that, get on my waitlist and I will be in touch soon!
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Tonyalee is an avid reader, gym junkie, coffee addicted workaholic, and blogger. Be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram for random shenanigans.