Why Sex for Women is All in Her Head

I pulled in to the driveway at 3:30 this morning, after a late flight from Calgary and then a drive from Ottawa. Keith and I were speaking at a Weekend to Remember conference in Banff. Yes, poor me, I had to go to Banff! Oh, my goodness, it was gorgeous!

Anyway, I’m still exhausted, but I thought you may enjoy this five minute clip of me from the “sex” talk explaining why sex for women is all in her head:


  1. R.L.Scovens says:

    >I really enjoyed watching this!! Thanks for posting it!

  2. Anonymous says:

    >Thinking of relationship and communication as a "higher" form of interaction than sex is a very difficult thought pattern to break. I fear that I will not get the conversation I crave even after enough sex (although how much is "enough"?) because he will be fully satisfied with just the sex. We simply don't desire the same thing in a relationship and even after years of trying to accept that I am still not quite resigned to it.

  3. Tiffany Godfrey says:

    >So true about sex being in our heads. It takes work and a desire as well. Thanks for the reminder.

    Hope you were able to get some rest from your long trip home.

    Tiffany, The Committed Wife

  4. Wendy Eckwielen says:

    >Thanks for sharing this video, I never really thought of it as being in a woman's head. Very well done!

  5. >I've often told friends that they need to do whatever is necessary to allow themselves to concentrate on their husband's and their own pleasure in lovemaking. Create the atmosphere. (Which may mean clean the bedroom first, light candles, play music, check the stove four times to make sure it's off.) You are SO right about how important the head game is for women.

    Also, how fun to see you speak after reading your tweets and blogs for a while! Excellent job.

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