Season Three

When it comes to sex, what’s normal? Sex therapist Dr. Michael Sytsma and Shaunti Feldhahn discuss research about drive, initiative, and other questions.

Does one of you want more sex than the other? Sex therapist Dr. Michael Sytsma offers ideas and insight to work through differences in sexual desire.

Does one of you want more sex than the other? Sex therapist Dr. Michael Sytsma offers ideas and insight to work through differences in sexual desire.

Wondering how to keep your married sex life sizzling — or just move around conflict or hurt? Sex therapist Dr. Michael Sytsma helps you troubleshoot.

Initiating or declining sex: It’s tricky. Are your signals clear to your spouse? Sex therapist Dr. Michael Sytsma helps you with “;not tonight” and “yes, please.”

Sex can be painful in so many ways — but it doesn’t have to mean doom. Sex therapist Dr. Michael Sytsma offers way to transform hurt to eventual healing.

Has your married sex coasted into the blahs? Sex therapist Dr. Michael Sytsma’s got solutions to keep you both captivated in the bedroom.

Could your sex life be missing the point? Dr. Michael Sytsma talks about why we have sex…and the key to wow-level sex that changes everything.