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The Breast Cancer Recovery Coach


Apr 15, 2022

Chemotherapy and other breast cancer treatments can induce or intensify menopause. Breast cancer surgeries and radiation can change the way your body looks, feels, and reacts to touch. All of these things can change your sex drive and the way you choose to engage in physical intimacy.

But there’s another thing that has a powerful impact on this area of your life and it’s happening in your brain.

The way you think about yourself, about sex, and about the person or people you choose to have sex with can change a lot more than dryness and atrophy.

In this episode, I’ll talk about the impact of thoughts on your sex life and give you a worksheet to help you examine your thoughts and begin to create the life and the connections that you want.

 

Mentioned in the episode:

Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership

#45 Sensuality and Sex After Breast Cancer

#90 Low Libido After Breast Cancer, Why it Happens and What You Can Do About it.

#112 Managing Vaginal Health After Breast Cancer

Yes, you can have better sex in midlife and in the years beyond