You are not broken! You are enough!
This week, we are talking to the amazing Dr. Kelly Casperson, MD. She is a board certified urologist and self taught Women’s Sexual Health Coach. She is striving to share what she has learned with the world and has armed other Doctors, Nurses and Nurse Practitioners with these tips! She has a brilliant way to explaining what’s going on with women’s bodies and brains before, during and after sex.
Knowledge is power and that is defiantly true when it comes to your own pleasure and knowing what can help you get mentally and physical satisfied. She breaks down the female anatomy and gives some tips that will surprise you, they did me! How well do you know your hidden parts? We want to reach women everywhere to help them know what is going on down there!
Dr. Casperson offers accurate medical knowledge that she has learned over the years. The biggest thing she wants every woman to know, You are not broken! There are some common misconceptions of the female anatomy and we are here to shine some light on a few of them! Did you know that for most women, arousal comes before desire and then desire before orgasm?
Women are built to enjoy pleasure from intercourse it’s just a matter of starting off right! We discuss painful intercourse and low sex drive and how hormones play a bigger role than you know! Are you sexually struggling with life after menopause? She even tells you where to start if you want to talk to someone!
I guarantee you will want to listen to this interview with pen in hand. I thought I knew a lot about sex, but I took a full page of notes and absolutely loved the insight Dr Casperson shared.
You can find Kelly’s podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/you-are-not-broken/id1495710329
And look for her on social media here: https://www.facebook.com/youarentbroken or here: https://instagram.com/kellycaspersonmd.
If you are looking for ways to spice things up and make your sex life more exciting, be sure to download my free resource guide here: https://onthebrightersideofmarriage.com/resourceguide