Cool news! Our owner and founding therapist, Emily Cook, was recently a featured contributor to an article on Huff Post about sex after baby.
Your partner should love your body, too. Now’s the time to remind your wife or girlfriend that you’re still a big fan of her body, said Emily Cook, a marriage and family therapist in Washington, D.C., and author of The Marriage Counseling Workbook.
“Getting to know ― and love and appreciate! ― her post-baby body is an important task for both partners,” she said. “Explore. Are there new erogenous zones to discover? Are there body parts that are off-limits for a while? What feels good now and what feels uncomfortable? Being gentle with one another is key.”
Read the full article here: What New Parents Should Know About Sex After Having A Baby