Author Archives: Lindsay Novak

About Lindsay Novak

Lindsay Novak has a private practice, and she teaches both undergraduate and graduate classes in psychology, gender, human sexuality, research, etc. Novak is published in the American Journal of Sexuality Education and is co-author of such books as "A Time To Heal" and "He Said, She Said." In her free time, Novak enjoys exercising and reading. She hopes that her blogs provide education and recommendations to help readers better their lives and relationships. For more information, go to lindsaynovak.com.

Guys vs. gals: What we worry about in bed

She thinks I’m bad at that. He think I look fat in this. Stop worrying and start enjoying your sex life! Continue reading

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Your relationship: A self-assessment

Ask yourself these questions to find out if you’re truly happy in your relationship. Continue reading

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Flowers or beer: Don’t put off showing you care

Having “good intentions” isn’t good enough when it comes to showing your spouse you care. Continue reading

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Needing alcohol to ‘tolerate’ sex

Women often admit to needing alcohol in order to tolerate sex with their partner. Here are some tips for working through this. Continue reading

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Your relationship: The seven-year itch

You may have heard the saying, but let’s explore some solutions to the “seven-year itch.” Continue reading

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Let’s use “legitimate rape” comment as a learning opportunity

Todd Akin’s comment about “legitimate rape” has people talking, as it should. Let’s have an informed, honest discussion. Continue reading

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The science behind orgasms

Breaking down the facts and fiction. Continue reading

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One relationship, two bedrooms

Couples who sleep apart feel more like roommates than partners. How to fix it. Continue reading

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Your sex therapy homework

It’s not always easy to talk opening and honestly about sex and intimacy. Try this exercise to help enhance your relationship. Continue reading

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Six tips: Oral sex dilemmas and fixes

It’s not a glamourous topic, but it’s one many couples struggle with. Here are a few performance tips. Continue reading

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