They Say Opposites Attract
Do opposites really attract? Is it good if they do? Are the differences that attracted you in the first place driving you away from your partner?
We try to find someone who is complementary to us and can help us learn, heal, and grow. Relationships are often about getting our own needs met, often on an unconscious basis, but it’s something that needs a lot of insight into your partner, and it’s not always easy.
How can you better work with your partner who is very much opposite to you? This session by certified sexologist and life coach Dr. Martha Lee explores and discusses sexual polarity, and the need for authentic communication through a series of exercises.
Speaker: Dr Martha Lee
Date: Sat 16 November 2013
Time: 2 – 4:30p.m.
Fee: S$15 per person; $20 per couple
Venue: Exhibition Room, Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry, 47 Hill Street, Singapore 179365
Directions: Next to Funan Digital Lifestyle Mall; near to City Hall MRT. For map, click here.
Please note that no refunds will be issued if you have paid and cannot make it for the workshop. Replacement allowed. Deferment not.
Founder of Eros Coaching, Dr Martha Lee is a Clinical Sexologist who does sexuality and intimacy coaching. Dr Lee incorporates a blend of conventional and alternative approaches and draws upon a variety of styles and techniques to support each client as they work to resolve both current problems and long-standing patterns. Often cited by local media outlets, Dr Lee is the appointed sex expert for Men’s Health Singapore, Men’s Health Malaysia, and the Durex Singapore Facebook page. She has a weekly column with PublicHouse.sg and blogs for Good Vibrations Magazine. She was recognised as one of the ‘Top 50 Inspiring Women under 40′ by Her World in July 2010, and one of the ‘Top 100 Inspiring Women’ by CozyCot in March 2011.
WHAT YOU MISSED
It’s a Guy’s Thing: Addressing Male Sexual Concerns
Date: Sat 17 Aug 2013
Time: 2 – 4:30p.m.
This talk covers what every authentic male should know about their common sexual concerns. How would you overcome early ejaculation, erectile difficulties and delayed ejaculation or low sexual desire? Taking charge of your sexual life involves preparing yourself mentally, emotionally and physically for a lifetime for eros.
Date: Sat 11 May 2013
Time: 2 – 4:30p.m.
This educational talk covers what any savvy women should know about common female sexual concerns. Just how would you overcome low sexual desire, pain during sex and problems with sexual communication?
Taking charge of your sexual life involves preparing yourself mentally, emotionally and physically for a lifetime for eros. It will also cover practical physical exercises any women can do to better take care of her sexual health.
This talk is open to all including men.
We kick-started this series of quarterly talks with Real People, Real Sex.
Date: Sat 23 Feb 2013
Time: 2 – 4:30p.m.
In Real People, Real Sex, four friends of Dr Martha Tara Lee – Mr Wang Hongjun, Ms Lim Seow Yuin, Mr Boey Yeong Kit and Ms Pearly Phua – will be sharing their thoughts and reflections relating to sex and sexuality. The topics are sexuality, orgasm, masturbation and oral sex.
Sexuality by Wang Hongjun – Hongjun talking about our attitudes to our sexuality and why he thinks it is important for us to start examining some of the perceptions and assumptions we have about sex and sexuality.
Masturbation by Boey Yeong Kit – The M word is usually associated with soemthing that is really done secretly, quietly and quickly. Masturbation need not be something that’s shameful but it can be something that is about self-love and self-pleasure.
Orgasm by Lim Seow Yuin – How much do you understand about orgasm? Does it only involve physiological responses? It helps to know that males and females view orgasms (and the related sexual activities) very differently. Pleasuring your other half goes beyond the climax stage of an orgasm.
Oral Sex by Pearly Phua – As far as I know, a lot of people are uncomfortable with the topic oral sex. I’m going to share with you how I’ve shifted my attitude towards this aspect of sex.
Wang Hongjun is a rising thought leader of his generation and he primarily taps into his strategic understanding of social media and insights from a consumer’s perspective to re-think and re-define the role of leaders and managers in companies and organizations as they take on the challenges of dealing with the changing dynamics in consumer and employee relationships.
He is keen on promoting thought leadership in Asia by working with the Leaders of Today while sharing his experience with future generations in hopes of inspiring them towards taking personal responsibility for their own learning and development while helping them discover their true passion and potential.
He is a published author of 4 journal papers in Young Consumers, an internationally distributed trade journal by Emerald Group Publishing. His other papers have received commendations from the judging panels of St. Gallen Wings of Excellence Award, Drucker Challenge by Peter Drucker Society, Project Firefly as well as the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
Lim Seow Yuin graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Psychology. Seow Yuin has been active in community work, with over five years of experience in the non-profit sector. Seow Yuin has also conducted career guidance workshops, facilitated one-to-one career counselling, mentored secondary students and befriended patients in hospitals. Currently a Programme Associate with a local foundation, she has expertise in project management, administration, strategic planning and business model evaluation. Mindful living is her motto and she hopes to communicate an attitude of gratitude.
Boey Yeong Kit works in the finance industry, graduated with a Bachalor of Commerce in the University of Western Australia. An avid learner, he is interested in personal development, metaphysics, spirituality and making the world a better place.
Pearly Phua graduated with Bachelor of Commerce from Univeristy of Newcastle, Australia. She is passionate about educating and coaching children from 6 years to 12 years old and she has been teaching since 1998. She specialises in Education for Special Needs for children namely in the area for children with autism and learning disability.
She is a single mother to two young children and teaching them to be compassionate and kind to humanity is her life-long goal for them. She strongly believes that this is the best gift and education that she can give to her children.
If you have any enquiry about the above seminars, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.