Collective trauma and realizing your exposure to it

Whether we are collecting trauma from a pandemic or the emotional journey when overcoming painful sex, it is sometimes not realized how often we are exposed to collective trauma. What is collective trauma Collective trauma is formally defined as a phycological reaction to a cataclysmic event that disrupts the fabric of society. There are many things that come from collective …

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Product review – Milli: The all-in-one vaginal trainer

Almost daily we receive questions, success stories, and positive affirmations about Milli, the all-in-one vaginal trainer. In this product review feature, learn what one of our customers, a 20-year old thriving female, has to say about Milli and her successes with this solution.    What was it like before you found Milli? Before I found Milli, I was seeing a …

Pelvic pain: Be your own advocate

Pelvic pain is not experienced the same way for every woman. But healthcare providers may still have a “one size fits all” approach for women with pelvic pain. That’s why women can become emotionally and sexually frustrated after seeing multiple doctors and experience inadequately evaluated symptoms. It’s important for healthcare professionals to ask the right questions but more importantly for …

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Reasons for vaginal tightness or looseness – focus on the pelvic floor

The female anatomy is beautifully designed, yet not commonly discussed. When our vaginas feel unusually or painfully tight, or loose and inelastic, there are often simple and explainable reasons. The muscles that we sense as tight or loose are what doctors refer to as the “pelvic floor muscles” and what may create pelvic floor dysfunction. Yet, women don’t always use …