We will be talking about sex. For this important topic as well in all of our discussions, I work from a culturally sensitive and LGBTQI affirmative space. While nothing is off-limits and nothing is taboo to talk about, some people have trouble bringing up the subject of sex. Many couples experiencing a sexual problem are reluctant to talk about them. Sex is a multi faceted issue which can range from sexual dysfunction, such as premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction, low libido, sexual addiction, painful sex, and recovery from sexual assault. Talking about sex in therapy can assist those experiencing problems in overcoming them, in doing so possibly achieving the sex life you desire. When one of you, or as a couple you, realize that a situation in your union is becoming worse and doesn’t ever seem to get any better, lets begin talking about how you would like to see thing change. Counseling gives both of you an opportunity to clarify existing problems, and to find communication and solutions to work through them. It may require one or both partners to change. Individuals and partners can develop skills to use when communicating wants and need so that new or existing relationships can be nurtured.