Find Out What’s “Up Here” with “Down There”

When Esquire or Oprah needs a quote about sex or sexual well-being, they often turn to Dr. Aline Zoldbrod (aka ” Dr. Z”).

The Boston- based relationships and sex expert has gained national recognition for developing her own original theories and innovative interventions to make sexual and relationship problems disappear. Now Dr. Zoldbrod will bring her expertise and wry wisdom to our Bulletin Boards. She’ll answer questions and post observations for us.

Sexual Side Effects, Potential Treatment Strategies of SSRI Medications for Depression

Depression often co-exists with sexual dysfunction, and the medical treatment of depression can further worsen sexual symptoms or cause de-novo sexual dysfunction in a person who did not experience it prior to treatment. There are many drugs that can adversely affect sexual response. Among antidepressants, this effect is commonly observed with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI).

Book Excerpt: Secrets of the Sexually Satisfied Woman Ten Keys to Unlocking Ultimate Pleasure

One of the greatest mysteries of life is what constitutes a woman’s sexual satisfaction. This book is about solving that mystery. It’s about making sexual Nirvana an achievable goal, and unlocking the secrets to extraordinary lovemaking.

Cybersex: Is It an Affair or Harmless Fun? Here is What It Depends On

You’ve discovered your boyfriend or husband reading “Playboy” or something wilder. You’ve accidentally stumbled upon porn web sites that he’s recently visited. His email is suddenly filled with messages from unknown women and solicitations for pornography. Should you be worried? What does it mean when your lover is reading or watching porn? Is it a betrayal of your commitment to one another; is it cheating?

More Than Just an Excuse: No Thanks, I’m Not In The Mood

According to a recent study, 53 percent of American women are not in the mood. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) is the most common form of female sexual dissatisfaction (FSD) and occurs when there is a persistent lack of desire or absence of sexual fantasies. In other words, you’re rarely in the mood; you neither initiate sex nor seek stimulation.