The Beauty of Crying After Sex: Embracing Your Emotional Release

crying during sex

Sexual release can be a profoundly emotional experience for some of us. As we engage in sexual activity, our bodies build and exchange energy, thoughts, emotions, and juices, culminating in an intense release of energy and tension. This can manifest in many ways, including tears. So, I’m here to reassure you that crying after sex is completely natural and normal.


Why am I Crying after Sex?


It’s important to understand that the road to orgasm is different for everyone and can be different each time. It’s perfectly normal to have diverse emotional responses to sex depending on the situation, the partner, and your own emotional state. Each experience is unique, and it’s important to embrace the full range of emotions that can come with sexual release.


Cherishing the Moments of Emotional Release


If you find yourself crying after sex, don’t worry, there’s nothing wrong with you. In fact, it’s a beautiful way to release and let go. This is a special moment to cherish and be grateful for your deep connection with your partner. Then, allow yourself to fully embrace the emotional release and let it wash over you.


Seeking Further Understanding


If you’re still feeling unsure or confused about your emotional response to sex, it can be helpful to seek out resources that can provide further understanding. 


Reading books can provide insight into the female body and its sexual capabilities. And if you’d like to go deeper, consider booking a complimentary sex coaching intake  call with me to explore your feelings and experiences in a safe and supportive environment.


Book a Sex Coaching Intake  Call


If you’re interested in learning more about your own sexual response cycle and exploring your emotions surrounding sex, you can book a complimentary sex coaching intake call with me here. Together, we will dive deeper into your experiences and find ways to embrace and celebrate your own unique sexuality.

Understanding and Embracing Your Erotic Dreams

Erotic Dreams

Have you ever had an erotic dream about someone of the same sex, even if you identify as heterosexual? It can be confusing and even distressing for some people. But rest assured. It’s a completely normal experience. In fact, it could even be an opportunity for self-discovery and growth.


Understanding Your Dreams


Dreams are a fascinating and complex part of our lives. They can reflect our conscious and unconscious thoughts, feelings, and experiences. When it comes to sexual dreams, they can be an outlet for our erotic energy and desires. But they can also be a way to process past traumas and emotional issues.


For example, let’s say you’ve had traumatic experiences with men in the past. You may have a dream involving a woman as a safer way for your subconscious to explore your sexuality without triggering past trauma.


Embracing Your Erotic Dreams


It’s important to remember that sexuality is a complex and fluid part of our identity. Just because you’ve always identified as heterosexual doesn’t mean you can’t have erotic thoughts or experiences with someone of the same sex. Likewise, it doesn’t mean you have to identify as bisexual or gay. You can embrace your erotic self without needing to label it.


If you’re interested in exploring your sexuality further, it could be a good time to do so. This doesn’t necessarily mean you have to act on your desires. It could mean exploring your fantasies, reading erotic literature, or watching tasteful erotic movies or videos. If you do decide to explore physical intimacy with someone of the same sex, be sure to do so safely and with open communication.


Getting Help and Support


If your dreams are causing you distress or confusion, seeking help and support is important. Talking to a Certified Sex Coach™ can help you understand and process your feelings and experiences. They can also help you explore your sexuality in a safe and healthy way. 


Your dreams are just that – dreams. They don’t define your identity or your worth. Embrace them as a part of your erotic self and use them as an opportunity for growth and self-discovery.


If you want to learn more about exploring and embracing your sexuality, consider booking a complimentary sex coaching intake call with me, the Mother of Sex Coaching. You can book it right here. It would be my honor to guide you on your journey towards sexual wellness and fulfillment.

Make-up Sex, Dirty Talk and More: Tips for Hotter Sex with an Ex

make-up sex

Make-up sex can be incredibly hot and hard to resist. Just look at this email I recently received from one of my clients. We’ll call her G.


“My ex and I have recently been talking, and both admitted to being unsatisfied with foreplay and sex with each other. So we’ve decided to give it one last chance. I need any and all suggestions. We want to make it kinky, romantic, fun and enjoyable for both of us. Anything that drives guys crazy, I want to hear. I also need to know some tips on how to relax; I’m too worried about doing everything right that I’m afraid I’m not getting into it myself as much as I should. I want to make this the most amazing night.”


Do you resonate with what G is asking? Then keep reading!


This blog post will share tips for hotter and happier make-up sex with your partner. Whether you’re looking to explore new sexual behaviors, learn from the pros, or relax and enjoy the moment, these tips will help you take your sex life to the next level. So, let’s dive in!


Honesty is Key 


Sex is a natural and vital aspect of our lives but can also be complex and challenging. We all have different desires, needs, and preferences around intimacy, and it’s not always easy to communicate them with our partners. 


But, before you delve into intimacy with an ex-partner, addressing the underlying issues leading to the breakup is essential. Have an honest conversation about what didn’t work in the past and identify what you both want and need moving forward. This will set the foundation for a more fulfilling sexual experience.


Learning from the Pros 


Erotic teaching and women-friendly erotic videos can be great resources for couples exploring new sexual behaviors. Nina Hartley’s video series and Candida Royalle’s films were the go-to erotica in their day. Today there are many other hubs where you can find ethical, erotic entertainment. Shop around. They should offer guidance and role models for sexually assertive women who want to talk dirty with their partners. These can serve as a starting point for developing your own style and preferences.


Relax and Enjoy 


Getting caught up in the pressure of trying to do everything right in bed is easy. However, it’s important to remember that sex is about pleasure and enjoyment. Take deep breaths, let go of your fears and worries, and focus on the sensations and connection between you and your partner. Say positive affirmations to yourself and fully immerse yourself in the moment.


Ready to take your sex life to the next level? 


Book a complimentary sex coaching intake call with me, the Mother of Sex Coaching, right here. You’ll get personalized advice and guidance on improving your sexual experiences. Don’t let your inhibitions keep you from experiencing the pleasure you deserve.


Feeling Undesired at Home: A Sex Coach’s Perspective

Feeling Undesired

Feeling undesired in a long-term relationship is a common issue that many couples face. If you’re reading this, chances are you can relate to this feeling. But don’t worry; you’re not alone, and there is hope. As the Mother of Sex Coaching, I’ve helped many couples reignite the spark in their relationship. 


In this blog post, I’ll share my perspective on how to address feeling undesired at home. This is based on an anonymous question I recently received from a woman feeling incredibly guilty after having an affair in an attempt to feel desirable once again.


Long-term lovers and the challenges that come with it


Being in a long-term relationship comes with its own set of challenges, including maintaining a home, raising children, and managing finances. These responsibilities can take a toll on a person’s emotional and physical well-being, impacting their sexual desire. If you’re feeling undesired at home, it may be worth exploring whether your partner is struggling with stress, depression, or anxiety. A conversation that comes from a place of understanding and support can help you get to the root of the problem.


Attractiveness: It’s not all about looks


It’s easy to believe that feeling undesired at home means you’re no longer attractive. But that’s not necessarily true. Attractiveness is not just about looks; it’s about confidence, energy, and vitality. If you’re feeling down about yourself, take some time to focus on self-care activities that make you feel good, such as exercise or a relaxing bath. Confidence is sexy, and the more you feel good about yourself, the more your partner will be attracted to you.


Porn Discovery: What it may mean


If you’ve discovered that your partner is consuming pornography, it’s understandable to feel upset and hurt. However, it’s essential to understand that pornography does not necessarily mean your partner is no longer attracted to you. Pornography can be a way for individuals to release sexual tension or relieve stress. But if it’s causing a rift in your relationship, having an open and honest conversation with your partner about your feelings and concerns is essential.


Your Affair: What it may reveal


Having an affair is not the solution to feeling undesired at home. However, it can be an opportunity to reflect on your feelings and what you want from your relationship. If your affair has shown you that you’re still desirable, use that knowledge to reignite the spark with your partner. An affair can also be a chance to be honest with yourself and your partner about what you need to feel loved and desired.


Moving forward: How to reignite the spark


Reigniting the spark in a long-term relationship takes effort from both partners. Take some time to talk to your partner about your feelings, desires, and concerns. Be open and honest, and come from a place of support and understanding. Make time for intimacy, whether it’s through sex or other physical touch, such as holding hands or cuddling. And if the issues persist, don’t hesitate to seek help. 



Feeling undesired at home can be a challenging and painful experience. But it’s important to remember that it’s a common issue that many couples face. By focusing on self-care, having open and honest conversations, and seeking help when needed, you can reignite the spark in your relationship and feel desired once again. If you’re struggling, don’t hesitate to book a complimentary sex coaching intake with call with me right here.