We live in a sex-saturated society. Judging by the covers of magazines, you could be forgiven for thinking that being ‘good in bed’ is the key to all love and happiness.
But when it comes to achieving good sex and healthy relationships, there are no short cuts.
Audio: Hear Dr Patricia Weerakoon talk about how to get the spark back in your marriage.
PLEASE NOTE: This content is intended for mature adults within a marriage context.
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Patricia Weerakoon has been a sex educator, researcher and therapist in America, Sri Lanka and Australia.
As a 70 year old committed Christian from Sri Lanka, Patricia raises a few eyebrows when she reveals her profession. But she says, she never gets tired of thinking, writing, and talking about sex!
Patricia says 25 years of studying and researching the field of sex has only confirmed her Christian world view, that sex really is best in a committed, monogamous and intimate relationship.
“That means consciously rejecting the pattern of sexuality that everyone around is following,” Patricia says. Rather than seeking our own pleasure, our goal should always be caring for, pleasing and loving our mate.
Patricia also speaks from the experience of forty years of marriage. She says sex changes in different stages of life, so it’s a matter of constantly communicating with your loved one and adapting accordingly.
Patricia talks about where our society is going wrong in regards to sex, how to talk to our kids about sex and protecting our marriages against infidelity.
She passionately believes that committed marriages are the place that good sex can flourish as God intended.