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How being aware, curious, and non-judgmental can transform your relationship.
Chelom E. Leavitt, J.D./Ph.D.
Can goals in sex hinder the experience? Try sexual mindfulness instead of goal-setting.
Can mindfulness and sexual mindfulness make you merrier?
If you want to feel more joy in your relationship, practice sitting with sorrow.
Don't rely on your partner to create the mood—do it yourself.
How can fierceness and gentleness improve sexual mindfulness?
Do you silently suffer from sexual issues? Sexual mindfulness may have answers.
Could slower sex link to more orgasms? A few adjustments can go a long way.
Can speaking four simple mantras help you connect better during sex?
How can slowing your breath increase your sexual enjoyment?
Does emotional spillover ruin your sex life? Sexual mindfulness may help you let go.
Feeling broken is part of being human. But mindfully sharing a burden together can help us heal.
Can letting go and slowing your breath improve your sex life?
Can you use your mind to improve your sexual experiences?
Chelom E. Leavitt, J.D./Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University.