A few years ago, when I was a nurse sex nurse, I thought I had it all figured out.
I had been on birth control, had my period, and I was in the early stages of the flu.
And I had a doctor who wanted to help me deal with my own sexual dysfunction.
She had a practice.
A doctor I was looking up to and respected.
And the sex therapist was an expert.
And it felt like the whole world was going to fall apart.
The first time she called me, she said, “I just got a call from the patient.
She said she has sex and she is not having an orgasm.”
It was my first time in my life that someone had suggested I have sex with someone I didn’t know.
I was devastated.
I couldn’t believe it.
But I didn?t tell anyone about it.
I felt ashamed, but I also didn?
Till my senior year of college, when a few of my male friends started asking about their sexual partners, I was very scared.
The idea of a nurse having sex with a patient I knew and respected made me feel guilty.
But the sex therapists I knew didn?ve all been wonderful and they?ve done a lot to help my sex life.
I didn?’t want to be like them, I just wanted to be a nurse.
But after talking to the sex therapy therapist for a few weeks, I decided to do it.
And that?s when things changed.
It was during my sophomore year of medical school, and during my internship in a hospital in Florida, that nurse was the only sex therapist in the room with me.
She taught me how to use condoms and other sexually transmitted infections and I began to explore sex with other women and men.
I became the first in my family to have sex.
And while I didn?,t want it to become the norm, it became part of my daily routine.
As a nurse, you have to be open to sharing your sexuality.
And sex is the first step to understanding it.
If you?re not open to it, you can get confused and feel embarrassed about your own sexual experience.
But it?s so important to be honest with your doctor.
She?ll give you a lot of insight and support, so that when you tell her about your sex life, you don?t feel like you have a problem.
I remember one of the nurses who worked with me told me, “If you don’t want to do anything, then don?
t do it.”
I?m so glad that she?s right.
But sometimes, even when you want to, you?ll feel like there?s something wrong.
Like, for example, a patient came to me and said, I have this big erection and I feel like I am getting aroused.
I am so embarrassed about my erection.
But as soon as she mentioned my sex, I felt like I was being judged.
My sexual identity is the only thing that matters.
If she wants to talk about it, she should talk about what you are getting off to.
And she should be comfortable asking about it if she wants.
But she should never feel like she has to.
It?s important to know that sex can be a wonderful experience.
It can bring joy and happiness, make you feel sexy, make your body glow and feel amazing, and it can be really safe and intimate.
Sex can be empowering and empowering to both partners.
It?s okay to have fun.
It is okay to talk with your sex therapist about it and be open.
Sex is an important part of healthy relationships.
And if you want more sex, you are not alone.