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Couples therapy still carries a lot of stigma, and it can make partners hesitant.
~ Moushumi Ghose
We spoke with tantra expert and Dark Feminine School founder Tatiana Dellepiane.
Self-massage offers us an opportunity to give ourselves the supportive and healing touch we need.
~ Sarah Seely
Here are some therapist tips for drawing out your pleasure.
If you chase the object of your desire, they’ll seek more and more distance.
There’s a lot more to pelvic floor health than kegels.
~ Helen Phelan
This month we talk to Helen Phelan, a body-neutral intuitive movement instructor.
~ Rachel Malkin
How do you define emotional infidelity? Well, it’s tricky.
~ Jor-El Caraballo
We’re resurrecting our interview series with friends of Swell across the globe.
in order to have meaningful relationships, we must allow ourselves to be vulnerable. Here’s how.
Needing space doesn’t always mean your relationship is in trouble, but it can be tough to request it.
Four months into the pandemic, people are feeling stuck and lonely. Finding an “intimacy buddy” might help.
Here’s how to have loving, productive conversations about politics with the people close to you.
COVID-19 has us coping with stress, fear, anxiety, and grief. Here’s how to manage them all.
The challenges of infertility can put an incredible amount of stress and strain on a relationship.
Even when most of our interaction is online, there are still ways to stay connected.
Desire discrepancy is a common problem in relationships. A therapist explains how to deal with it.
~ Alexandra Solomon
There is a path towards healing, even after betrayal.
If you’re thinking of taking a platonic friendship further, here are some factors you may want to consider.
Understanding the natural stages of love can help us know if our relationship is worth saving.
A therapist explains how reparenting your inner child can help your romantic life.
We interview Shadeen Francis, a licensed marriage and family therapist, professor, and author.