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Sexual Fantasies for Women

Dr. Janet Hall

Are you ready to discover how to use seductive fantasies to ‘fire up’ your sex life? How do you evaluate your current use of fantasies? Would you like to expand your repertoire? This information in the Sensational Sex Series by Dr Janet Hall, Clinical Psychologist and Sex Therapist will help you find the answers to these questions and design your ideal fantasy life: When do you tend to have your sexual fantasies? When you’re stimulating yourself to orgasm, when you’re first getting aroused in the presence of your partner, or while you’re having intercourse? What other times? What effect do your fantasies have on your getting aroused? What do you fantasise or think about while you’re having sex? What have your recent favourite fantasies involved? Have they been very erotic? Who’s in your fantasies? Where do they take place? And what exactly are the participants in the fantasy doing? Do your fantasies include your sexual partner? Do they reflect a wish that your partner do something in particular with you during your love making? Do these fantasies reflect any changes you’d like to see in you or your partner’s appearance or behaviour? Would you like to carry out any of these fantasy activities in your real life? If not, why not? If yes, why don’t you? Are you satisfied with your fantasies? Do any of them make you feel anxious or guilty? Dr. Janet Hall discusses: The nature of sexual fantasies. Why fantasies occur and when. The difference between male and female fantasies and who fantasises most. What are the most common sexual fantasies. Jan answers common questions such as: ‘Are fantasies ever abnormal or dangerous?’ ‘How can I change my partner’s fantasies in quantity or quality? The material also features Dr. Hall presenting three typical female-preferred fantasies. This has been created by Dr Jan based on her research into women’s fantasies with clients in her sex therapy clinic. If you would like to know more about how to create sexual fantasies and explore the issue of whether or not you sh

Are you ready to discover how to use seductive fantasies to ‘fire up’ your sex life? How do you evaluate your current use of fantasies? Would you like to expand your repertoire? This information in the Sensational Sex Series by Dr Janet Hall, Clinical Psychologist and Sex Therapist will help you find the answers to these questions and design your ideal fantasy life: When do you tend to have your sexual fantasies? When you’re stimulating yourself to orgasm, when you’re first getting aroused in the presence of your partner, or while you’re having intercourse? What other times? What effect do your fantasies have on your getting aroused? What do you fantasise or think about while you’re having sex? What have your recent favourite fantasies involved? Have they been very erotic? Who’s in your fantasies? Where do they take place? And what exactly are the participants in the fantasy doing? Do your fantasies include your sexual partner? Do they reflect a wish that your partner do something in particular with you during your love making? Do these fantasies reflect any changes you’d like to see in you or your partner’s appearance or behaviour? Would you like to carry out any of these fantasy activities in your real life? If not, why not? If yes, why don’t you? Are you satisfied with your fantasies? Do any of them make you feel anxious or guilty? Dr. Janet Hall discusses: The nature of sexual fantasies. Why fantasies occur and when. The difference between male and female fantasies and who fantasises most. What are the most common sexual fantasies. Jan answers common questions such as: ‘Are fantasies ever abnormal or dangerous?’ ‘How can I change my partner’s fantasies in quantity or quality? The material also features Dr. Hall presenting three typical female-preferred fantasies. This has been created by Dr Jan based on her research into women’s fantasies with clients in her sex therapy clinic. If you would like to know more about how to create sexual fantasies and explore the issue of whether or not you sh
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Are you ready to discover how to use seductive fantasies to ‘fire up’ your sex life? How do you evaluate your current use of fantasies? Would you like to expand your repertoire? This information in the Sensational Sex Series by Dr Janet Hall, Clinical Psychologist and Sex Therapist will help you find the answers to these questions and design your ideal fantasy life: When do you tend to have your sexual fantasies? When you’re stimulating yourself to orgasm, when you’re first getting aroused in the presence of your partner, or while you’re having intercourse? What other times? What effect do your fantasies have on your getting aroused? What do you fantasise or think about while you’re having sex? What have your recent favourite fantasies involved? Have they been very erotic? Who’s in your fantasies? Where do they take place? And what exactly are the participants in the fantasy doing? Do your fantasies include your sexual partner? Do they reflect a wish that your partner do something in particular with you during your love making? Do these fantasies reflect any changes you’d like to see in you or your partner’s appearance or behaviour? Would you like to carry out any of these fantasy activities in your real life? If not, why not? If yes, why don’t you? Are you satisfied with your fantasies? Do any of them make you feel anxious or guilty? Dr. Janet Hall discusses: The nature of sexual fantasies. Why fantasies occur and when. The difference between male and female fantasies and who fantasises most. What are the most common sexual fantasies. Jan answers common questions such as: ‘Are fantasies ever abnormal or dangerous?’ ‘How can I change my partner’s fantasies in quantity or quality? The material also features Dr. Hall presenting three typical female-preferred fantasies. This has been created by Dr Jan based on her research into women’s fantasies with clients in her sex therapy clinic. If you would like to know more about how to create sexual fantasies and explore the issue of whether or not you sh

Language:

English

Length:

41m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

41:46