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SA speakeasy

Jul 17, 2022

  • "I have no desire for sex. I can't even hold hands or sit close to that person."
  • "Is there something wrong with me if I can't feel sexual anymore?"
  • "I keep comparing myself to the other people my partner cheated with"


It is common and normal for someone to be adversely affected in their sexuality after being betrayed. It's also quite terrible. But there is hope. Christene Lozano (Certified Sex Addiction Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist) joins me to talk about how a partner's sexual betrayal can affect someone's own sexuality. She also provides some tips on how to start healing.


Some of our talking points:

  • How can the betrayer respond in a healthy way?
  • Can ethnicity matter when it comes to trauma response?
  • Why do some betrayed partners become hyper-sexual after betrayal?
  • Many partners feel they've been robbed of their sexual self
  • Is there such a thing as healthy masturbation?
  • How does a partner begin to reclaim their sexuality?


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