Instead of trying to get their old sex life back, many women have learned to explore sexual pleasure from a new perspective after surviving breast cancer. This mental openness often leads to identifying new ways to enjoy sexual intimacy. Blindfolds, anyone?
Start by planning a special date, reminding your partner why they fell in love with you! This atmosphere supports romantic intimacy and can open up the door to discussing new ways to move forward with exploring sexual satisfaction. Pro-tip: Instead of sex, offer a sensual massage after dinner, using the scientifically proven SENSE Aromatherapy Body Oil. Guaranteed to stimulate pleasurable feelings - and increase your chances of getting lucky!
Whatever your sexual challenges are, lots of resources on this site can help you find new ways to nourish your sexual health. Hopefully one of my videos or podcasts speaks to your specific sexual situation.
If you want more personalized support focused on sexual health, you can also schedule some private time with me. Sessions with Sonjia are brief educational empowerment meetings where I provide you with scientifically-informed solutions to foster happier, healthier sexual experiences.
“ Sexual satisfaction is a developmental milestone everyone can - and should -achieve."
Dr. Sonjia Kenya
Who is Dr. Sonjia?
Dr. Sonjia Kenya is a sexologist, associate professor of Medicine at the University of Miami, best-selling author, and podcast host who has won multiple awards for her sexual health research. She has received funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Elton John AIDS Foundation, the Florida Department of Health, Gilead Pharmaceuticals, the Florida Blue Foundation, and private foundations to conduct research that advances health equity, especially in the realm of sexual outcomes.
As a medical educator, she started collecting data on her website to use when teaching doctors about everyday sex behaviors and challenges.
The data also tells Dr. S what topics should be addressed in her podcasts and what services are needed to help people have more satisfying sexual experiences. Basically, your answers to our surveys educate Dr. S about how to be a better sexologist!