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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    What are tips on keeping physical connection and sex life alive in a long-term relationship?

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  • Sarah Calleja

    Counselling Psychologist, Psychologist, Sex Therapist

    Sarah Calleja is a Counselling Psychologist and Relationship and Sexual Therapist, who brings maturity, openness and genuine empathy to her work with clients to help … View Profile

    Ask yourself what you would do if you were in a new relationship and then try and adapt this ‘fresh’ approach to your  existing relationship with the added advantage and security that you already have the knowledge of where the boundries are in your relationship. It doesn't matter if what you try is not an immediate success - it matters that you try. Remember, if you are not enjoying it, you are doing it 'wrong". So, enjoy!

  • With a passion to see people move forward and break free from the barriers holding them back, Grant is a highly experienced counsellor with over … View Profile

    I agree with Sarah and add - candles & lingerie. All the best. 

  • I have been working in Eltham, Melbourne as a relationship and family counsellor for over twelve years. I draw on current theory and research about … View Profile

    Keeping passion alive in your relationship can be as simple as remembering to incorporate novelty and freshness into your lives - routine can be a mood killer! Make sure each of you have things in your life that keep you excited and happy - be the person your partner fell in love with in the first place! Research has also shown that doing adventurous things together that get the adrenalin does wonders for keeping the passion alive in relationships. Good luck and have fun!

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