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Enhance sexual relationships after illness

Having cancer or living with a chronic illness need not man the end of your relationship or sexual experiences.  Feel confident and comfortable pursuing or enhancing your intimate and sexual relationships. and your services.

Experiencing a diagnosis of cancer or a chronic illness has the potential to radically change the way you feel about yourself as a man or a woman, how you relate to others and how much energy and desire you have to express yourself sexually and intimately.

Having cancer or living with a chronic illness need not mean the end of your relationship or sexual experiences.  Nor does it mean you will never find the partner you have been searching for. You may just need support to develop more confidence and openness to adjusting previous beliefs and behaviours, in and out of the bedroom.

Amanda has spent 25+ years providing information, support and practical assistance to people facing cancer and chronic illness, to help them create the fun and loving relationships they are looking for. Drawing on the latest research and information available and utilising a practical, “better outcomes”  approach, Amanda can help you feel confident and comfortable pursuing or enhancing your intimate and sexual relationships.

Topics you may wish to discuss with Amanda:

  • How have cancer and chronic illness changed the way I feel about my body, my relationships and my intimate and sexual world?

  • What are some practical strategies I can use to feel more sexual confidence after changes to my health?

  • How can I enhance my sexual desire after all of this cancer treatment?

  • Talking to my doctor and health care team about my sexual worries and concerns

  • Where has my desire for sex gone?

  • Partner and carer strategies and support

  • Seeking new relationships after cancer or chronic illness

  • Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender information and support

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