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She played the part of sexy “Samantha Jones” in the hit TV series Sex and the City. Now Kim Cattrall has written her second book about female sexuality. She joins Dr. Phil to help couples with questions achieve sexual satisfaction. Wayne and Erin were virgins when they got married. Now, two years later, Erin still isn't achieving the big "O."  Then, Tom wishes his wife, Kathy, would make some noise in the bedroom. She says she's just shy -- so why does she moan when she eats good food? Plus, he begs her to do it, but she thinks it's disgusting. Hear Dr. Phil's advice for an engaged couple facing oral sex issues. And, a married couple asks how to put the fire back in their sex life. This show is strictly adults only.

 

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October 22, 2005, 10:14 am CDT

I'm so excited....i love talking about SEX :o)

I think women who aren't comfortable with there own sexuality have a real hard time letting ~their hair down ~ in the bedroom (or where ever you have sex!).  

  

Having 4 children, I have had many 'ups' and 'downs', if you will, when it comes to playful times  the bed. I love to have sex in public places. However, I won't be the top person in the bedroom, my thighs are too big, and I'm afraid I'll squish him. Seriously.  

  

I have even brought another woman into our bed so the three of us could play out our fantasies! There were no conflicts because of our threesome.  

  

Love and sex, for me, and I am now finding out for my husband, has it's ups and downs. My husband and I use to has sex everyday. That was just a few years ago. Now I'm lucky to have him once a week, sometimes I think he just gives 'it up' for his own release. I think about sex constantly all day long. I'm not sure if it's my 'sexual' peek or if it's hormones. I had baby, she's 10 months. The first trimester of my pregnancy, I was a 'nympho'. I was even masturbating twice a day. I was totally out of control. My husband also has a new hobby. 

  

Although he has always had an interest in video games. He started playing an on-line game ...  Final Fantasy X1. It's a role playing game. For those of you who are familiar. He plays it ALL the time. It has even caused problems in our relationship. And now to our sex life. I think he even thinks about play the game while we are having sex. That's probably the reason behind us only making love once a week. His thoughts are occupied by the game and not of me. I have had numerous conversations about the 'game', but he just doesn't get it. I have even told him I'm going to find a woman for myself! He doesn't see anything wrong with that!  

  

Funny how I can totally tell the nation about my sex life. I think it is absolutely important in a marriage. For both partners to give themselves to their mate, even if they have a headache. Every one loves sex. They just have issues sometimes that need to be dealt with. Don't ever hide behind the fact that there is something else bothering you therefore you don't want to pleasure your mate. Think of all the calories you'll burn! Sex is a great outlet to release stress also. Just do it!  

  

 As with any other aspect of a marriage, each partner has to have communication, patience and be able to compromise, how else are you going to get what each of you desires. 

  

 Happy Love Making 

 
October 22, 2005, 1:54 pm CDT

Guess my kids have to miss this one!

 Unfortunately, I can't let my 15 year old daughter watch this show.  I may be interested but it's right at dinner time.  Darn.
 
October 22, 2005, 3:54 pm CDT

You go on the show!

Quote From: flitrflies

I think women who aren't comfortable with there own sexuality have a real hard time letting their hair down in the bedroom (or where ever you have sex!).  

  

Having 4 children, I have had many 'ups' and 'downs', if you will, when it comes to playful times  the bed. I love to have sex in public places. However, I won't be the top person in the bedroom, my thighs are too big, and I'm afraid I'll squish him. Seriously.  

  

I have even brought another woman into our bed so the three of us could play out our fantasies! There were no conflicts because of our threesome.  

  

Love and sex, for me, and I am now finding out for my husband, has it's ups and downs. My husband and I use to has sex everyday. That was just a few years ago. Now I'm lucky to have him once a week, sometimes I think he just gives 'it up' for his own release. I think about sex constantly all day long. I'm not sure if it's my 'sexual' peek or if it's hormones. I had baby, she's 10 months. The first trimester of my pregnancy, I was a 'nympho'. I was even masturbating twice a day. I was totally out of control. My husband also has a new hobby. 

  

Although he has always had an interest in video games. He started playing an on-line game ...  Final Fantasy X1. It's a role playing game. For those of you who are familiar. He plays it ALL the time. It has even caused problems in our relationship. And now to our sex life. I think he even thinks about play the game while we are having sex. That's probably the reason behind us only making love once a week. His thoughts are occupied by the game and not of me. I have had numerous conversations about the 'game', but he just doesn't get it. I have even told him I'm going to find a woman for myself! He doesn't see anything wrong with that!  

  

Funny how I can totally tell the nation about my sex life. I think it is absolutely important in a marriage. For both partners to give themselves to their mate, even if they have a headache. Every one loves sex. They just have issues sometimes that need to be dealt with. Don't ever hide behind the fact that there is something else bothering you therefore you don't want to pleasure your mate. Think of all the calories you'll burn! Sex is a great outlet to release stress also. Just do it!  

  

 As with any other aspect of a marriage, each partner has to have communication, patience and be able to compromise, how else are you going to get what each of you desires. 

  

 Happy Love Making 

I would be interested in watching Dr. Phil talk with you and your husband about these issues you've brought up. There are so many issues....an extra person in the bed, how will you teach your children about sex, the difference between sex and lovemaking. Would make a great show....
 
October 22, 2005, 6:24 pm CDT

10/26 More Sex With Kim Cattrall!

Quote From: flitrflies

I think women who aren't comfortable with there own sexuality have a real hard time letting their hair down in the bedroom (or where ever you have sex!).  

  

Having 4 children, I have had many 'ups' and 'downs', if you will, when it comes to playful times  the bed. I love to have sex in public places. However, I won't be the top person in the bedroom, my thighs are too big, and I'm afraid I'll squish him. Seriously.  

  

I have even brought another woman into our bed so the three of us could play out our fantasies! There were no conflicts because of our threesome.  

  

Love and sex, for me, and I am now finding out for my husband, has it's ups and downs. My husband and I use to has sex everyday. That was just a few years ago. Now I'm lucky to have him once a week, sometimes I think he just gives 'it up' for his own release. I think about sex constantly all day long. I'm not sure if it's my 'sexual' peek or if it's hormones. I had baby, she's 10 months. The first trimester of my pregnancy, I was a 'nympho'. I was even masturbating twice a day. I was totally out of control. My husband also has a new hobby. 

  

Although he has always had an interest in video games. He started playing an on-line game ...  Final Fantasy X1. It's a role playing game. For those of you who are familiar. He plays it ALL the time. It has even caused problems in our relationship. And now to our sex life. I think he even thinks about play the game while we are having sex. That's probably the reason behind us only making love once a week. His thoughts are occupied by the game and not of me. I have had numerous conversations about the 'game', but he just doesn't get it. I have even told him I'm going to find a woman for myself! He doesn't see anything wrong with that!  

  

Funny how I can totally tell the nation about my sex life. I think it is absolutely important in a marriage. For both partners to give themselves to their mate, even if they have a headache. Every one loves sex. They just have issues sometimes that need to be dealt with. Don't ever hide behind the fact that there is something else bothering you therefore you don't want to pleasure your mate. Think of all the calories you'll burn! Sex is a great outlet to release stress also. Just do it!  

  

 As with any other aspect of a marriage, each partner has to have communication, patience and be able to compromise, how else are you going to get what each of you desires. 

  

 Happy Love Making 

 I think threesome's are disgusing!!  Nothing good can really come of them.  No matter what anyone says, there is bound to be jealousy, and I believe it is just plain wrong!  Morally and any other way imaginable!  Sex is sacred and should only be shared between two people.  EVERYONE I've ever known that has had a threesome has very much regretted it later.  It's not worth it.  Plus, I think sex is over rated.  Yes, it's nice.  When you first get married, you have it all the time and then it simmers down a little.  That's life.  I don't think you should have sex just to "burn calories"...Both people should want it equally. 

Oh, and P.S. You stated that everyone likes sex.  That is NOT true.  (not saying that I don't like sex, but there are certainly those out there that do not like it).
 
October 22, 2005, 11:13 pm CDT

Just my opinion!

Quote From: flitrflies

I think women who aren't comfortable with there own sexuality have a real hard time letting their hair down in the bedroom (or where ever you have sex!).  

  

Having 4 children, I have had many 'ups' and 'downs', if you will, when it comes to playful times  the bed. I love to have sex in public places. However, I won't be the top person in the bedroom, my thighs are too big, and I'm afraid I'll squish him. Seriously.  

  

I have even brought another woman into our bed so the three of us could play out our fantasies! There were no conflicts because of our threesome.  

  

Love and sex, for me, and I am now finding out for my husband, has it's ups and downs. My husband and I use to has sex everyday. That was just a few years ago. Now I'm lucky to have him once a week, sometimes I think he just gives 'it up' for his own release. I think about sex constantly all day long. I'm not sure if it's my 'sexual' peek or if it's hormones. I had baby, she's 10 months. The first trimester of my pregnancy, I was a 'nympho'. I was even masturbating twice a day. I was totally out of control. My husband also has a new hobby. 

  

Although he has always had an interest in video games. He started playing an on-line game ...  Final Fantasy X1. It's a role playing game. For those of you who are familiar. He plays it ALL the time. It has even caused problems in our relationship. And now to our sex life. I think he even thinks about play the game while we are having sex. That's probably the reason behind us only making love once a week. His thoughts are occupied by the game and not of me. I have had numerous conversations about the 'game', but he just doesn't get it. I have even told him I'm going to find a woman for myself! He doesn't see anything wrong with that!  

  

Funny how I can totally tell the nation about my sex life. I think it is absolutely important in a marriage. For both partners to give themselves to their mate, even if they have a headache. Every one loves sex. They just have issues sometimes that need to be dealt with. Don't ever hide behind the fact that there is something else bothering you therefore you don't want to pleasure your mate. Think of all the calories you'll burn! Sex is a great outlet to release stress also. Just do it!  

  

 As with any other aspect of a marriage, each partner has to have communication, patience and be able to compromise, how else are you going to get what each of you desires. 

  

 Happy Love Making 

Let me start by saying that this post is NOT to attack you or anyone in anyway.....its simply my opinion! And I commend you for being comfortable enough to talk about your sex life on such a public board!  

  

I feel that I'm pretty comfortable with my sexuality BUT I dont really agree with the whole having sex in public thing,  I think thats something that should be done in private! People just shouldnt be having sex in parks, movies theaters, etc. where anyone, especially children could see whats going on! My best friend has had sex in movie theaters & everytime she tells me, I cringe & ask her how she can do it! I personally would NOT want to suddenly turn around, walk up or down the aisle and see a couple having sex.......if I wanted to see people having sex, I would just watch a porn movie or something! So I believe that people CAN be completely comfortable with their sexualities and not want/like to have sex in public! In my opinion, KEEP IT IN YOUR HOUSE!  

  

Personally, I see NOTHING wrong with bringing a 3rd person in the bed & playing out fantasies every now and then, AS LONG AS BOTH PARTNERS ARE OK WITH IT & AGREE ON THE PERSON! I seen a Dr. Phil show before where a couple had a 3some & it eventually started ruining their marriage & Dr. Phil told him it was wrong to bring a 3rd person in the bed.....THEN on another show, he debated the issue with a sex therapist, who saw nothing wrong with it, it was interesting! Anyway like I said, as long as both people are ok with it & the other person......then I see no problem with it! It seems like it could be fun if its done for the right reasons (like doing it JUST to "fix" a problem wouldnt be a good reason) & with the right person!....... GO FOR IT! 

  

Sex in a marriage IS important BUT, its NOT the MOST important thing!!! I'm no doctor or sex therapist but from observing your post it seems like the sex is REALLY important to you.....like it could be the most important! Once again, i'm not trying to attack you & I could be wrong, it just sounds like most of your focus is on sex! And if you do see it that way or are having a lot of issues with not having sex as much as you used to, then mabe you & your husband DO need to seek the help of a sex therapist! Just a suggestion! The other thing that led me to believe that sex was more important to you was when you said, "For both partners to give themselves to their mate, even if they have a headache. Everyone loves sex. They just have issues sometimes that need to be delt with. Don't ever hide the fact that there is something else bothering you therefore you don't want to pleasure you mate.......Just do it!" That statement really got me thinking, yes everyone loves sex but I'm sorry........If I have a headache or I just dont feel good, I'm not going to be pleasuring ANYONE (not even myself) if I'm not in the mood! Why should I just forget about whats bothering me, just to have sex with my mate cause he's horny??? Sex should be enjoyed by BOTH mates, so why would/should someone have sex with their mate when they know they (the person who is "bothered" or sick) wont enjoy it??? That just doesnt make sense to me! Then you say that each partner has to have the ability to communicate, be patient & compromise........which is true, but it sounds like you just contradicted yourself! How are you supposed to "just do it" to please your mate when you have a headache & aren't in the mood and have patience & compromisation (if thats a word, lol) at the same time?  Just wondering!  

  

I cant wait to see what these couple have to say & ask and what Dr. Phil's advice is.......this show looks really interesting!  

  

  

 
October 23, 2005, 9:29 am CDT

10/26 More Sex With Kim Cattrall!

Quote From: patrathbun

 Unfortunately, I can't let my 15 year old daughter watch this show.  I may be interested but it's right at dinner time.  Darn.
 Tape it
 
October 23, 2005, 12:52 pm CDT

Sweet lol

 I love Kim Cattrall, she's hiliarious. Espcailly when she was on Sex And The City.
I can't wait to see her on Dr. Phil
 
October 23, 2005, 2:02 pm CDT

10/26 More Sex With Kim Cattrall!

Quote From: irishmom

 I think threesome's are disgusing!!  Nothing good can really come of them.  No matter what anyone says, there is bound to be jealousy, and I believe it is just plain wrong!  Morally and any other way imaginable!  Sex is sacred and should only be shared between two people.  EVERYONE I've ever known that has had a threesome has very much regretted it later.  It's not worth it.  Plus, I think sex is over rated.  Yes, it's nice.  When you first get married, you have it all the time and then it simmers down a little.  That's life.  I don't think you should have sex just to "burn calories"...Both people should want it equally. 

Oh, and P.S. You stated that everyone likes sex.  That is NOT true.  (not saying that I don't like sex, but there are certainly those out there that do not like it).

 "I think sex is over rated.  Yes, it's nice.  When you first get married, you have it all the time and then it simmers down a little.  That's life. " 

  

It usually simmers because when couples have children, they stop being friends and lovers and start being moms and dads, like Dr. Phil says. Sex is like a garden, you have to keep maintaining it. So when you don't, the spark disappears. Even though the feelings are natural, the techniques are learned and need to be constantly challenged. People give up on this too easily and assume that this is just supposed to happen, when it's not. IMO, people who actually don't like sex are generally those who aren't comfortable in their sexuality. 

  

just my 2 cents 

 
October 23, 2005, 3:21 pm CDT

WOW they sure jumped your case huh, lol

Quote From: flitrflies

I think women who aren't comfortable with there own sexuality have a real hard time letting their hair down in the bedroom (or where ever you have sex!).  

  

Having 4 children, I have had many 'ups' and 'downs', if you will, when it comes to playful times  the bed. I love to have sex in public places. However, I won't be the top person in the bedroom, my thighs are too big, and I'm afraid I'll squish him. Seriously.  

  

I have even brought another woman into our bed so the three of us could play out our fantasies! There were no conflicts because of our threesome.  

  

Love and sex, for me, and I am now finding out for my husband, has it's ups and downs. My husband and I use to has sex everyday. That was just a few years ago. Now I'm lucky to have him once a week, sometimes I think he just gives 'it up' for his own release. I think about sex constantly all day long. I'm not sure if it's my 'sexual' peek or if it's hormones. I had baby, she's 10 months. The first trimester of my pregnancy, I was a 'nympho'. I was even masturbating twice a day. I was totally out of control. My husband also has a new hobby. 

  

Although he has always had an interest in video games. He started playing an on-line game ...  Final Fantasy X1. It's a role playing game. For those of you who are familiar. He plays it ALL the time. It has even caused problems in our relationship. And now to our sex life. I think he even thinks about play the game while we are having sex. That's probably the reason behind us only making love once a week. His thoughts are occupied by the game and not of me. I have had numerous conversations about the 'game', but he just doesn't get it. I have even told him I'm going to find a woman for myself! He doesn't see anything wrong with that!  

  

Funny how I can totally tell the nation about my sex life. I think it is absolutely important in a marriage. For both partners to give themselves to their mate, even if they have a headache. Every one loves sex. They just have issues sometimes that need to be dealt with. Don't ever hide behind the fact that there is something else bothering you therefore you don't want to pleasure your mate. Think of all the calories you'll burn! Sex is a great outlet to release stress also. Just do it!  

  

 As with any other aspect of a marriage, each partner has to have communication, patience and be able to compromise, how else are you going to get what each of you desires. 

  

 Happy Love Making 

It sounds like some have some prudish ideas about sex. I have seen threesomes break up relationships, but again I have seen some where everyone's head was in the right place, (mentally) and it worked out. I would never recommend it to anyone, but at the same time, if it works for the two of you, what should others care what goes on behind your closed doors. 

  

Burning calories is a plus for a nice romp, and again why do people worry why you do what you want. I do agree that no one should ever do anything sexually unless they want to, but how many times are both partners really at the same frame of mind during sex. As long as both are enjoying it, why try to figure out who wanted it for what reason? 

  

I don't know, you sound healthy to me. Good luck, and great sex! Like I need to tell you that lol. 

 
October 23, 2005, 3:52 pm CDT

Don't Wait for Sex!!

  When I read about an up coming show with the couple who were virgins' when they got married,my heart sank. I believe with all my heart that people SHOULD NOT WAIT for marriage to have sex. That idea is really impractical. I am not saying people should sleep around and have sex with anyone they meet,but would you buy a car without a test drive! There is a real possibility that you and the person you think is your perfect mate may not be sexually compatable! You my be adventurous and they,more conservetive.What if they have desires that you find disgusting? 

  My mother waited and tells me"If I would have tried it before I married,I damn sure wouldn't have married it." My Grandmother(who is nearly 80)says "Young people should live togther before they get married because you never really know someone til you have lived with them" 

  I tell my kids'(daughter 13 , son 18)they should wait til the subject of marriage comes up,but not waiting doesn't them immoral people. 

  Four months ago I married the man the kids and I have lived with for 5 years! And no,neither one of feel we were a bad influence on the kids. 

  

                                                                                                                                               sincerly, 

                                                                                                                                             Mrs.Stud 

  

                 P.S. His kids' (ages 23-31)thought it was a good idea to live togher first,too! 

 
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