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Marriage on a Tightrope: 099: Sexual Shaming in Marriage

Trigger Warning: Discussion surrounding sex, pornography use, and the guilt/shame that often accompanies those topics.

Disclaimer: Kattie and Allan Mount are not certified relationship or sex therapists.  In this episode they share their experiences on the topic of sex, and when advice is given, they try to keep the advice centered on healthy communication surrounding these topics.

Second Disclaimer: As with all episodes of Marriage on a Tightrope, Kattie and Allan try to remember the listener while talking about their experience.  You may have a STRONG opinion on this topic, and may experience anxiety when Allan or Kattie doesn’t seem to go far enough to defend one side of the other.

If you’d like to share your experience, please email us at [email protected].

Want to hear what an actual Sex Therapist says on this topic?  Have questions on this topic you would like to ask a therapist?  Join us for our Sex & Intimacy Masterclass.  We still have a few spots left!

Join us on February 11th, 2021 at 7pm Mountain for a special Sex & Intimacy Masterclass presented by licensed Sex Therapist Natasha Helfer and Allan and Kattie.

What’s included:

  • 2 hour online presentation by Natasha Helfer, Allan and Kattie on Sex & Intimacy
  • 90 minute Zoom Q&A on February 11th, 2021 at 7pm Mountain
  • 4 “Your Tightrope in Action” at-home exercises to put into practice what you learned during the presentation and Q&A

All of this for just $69.  Yep….we did that on purpose.

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1 thought on “Marriage on a Tightrope: 099: Sexual Shaming in Marriage”

  1. I can’t believe I didn’t listen to this episode earlier. Life got busy and I should have.

    I can relate to so much from what was shared. Right now I’m not that happy in the sex department, and I too haven’t been a saint either. I feel emotionally damaged in the same ways I have emotionally damaged my spouse over these issues, but I’m not sure we can set up a sex therapist yet. I would like to, but I fear we might not have an LDS-approved therapist for this subject.

    I’m upset with the way the church has hijacked this taboo topic and made it ugly for everyone.

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