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Dr. Clifford and Mrs. Joyce Penner

Dr. Clifford Penner and his wife, Joyce, are sexual therapists and educators. They work as a team in counseling couples and individuals, leading sexual enhancement seminars for couples, teaching sex education for pre-teens and their parents, and more. Cliff is a clinical psychologist who earned his Ph.D. from Fuller’s Graduate School of Psychology in Pasadena, Calif. Joyce a clinical nurse specialist, with a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Washington and a master’s degree in psychosomatic nursing and nursing education from U.C.L.A. Visit the Penners’ website, www.passionatecommitment.com, to learn more about their work, their books and DVDs, and their seminars for healthy sexuality.

Overcoming Past Sexual Trauma

If you or your spouse have experienced sexual abuse, you are not alone. With God’s help, your healing process can begin today. Greg, Erin and John offer hope to women who’ve been sexually abused.

Enjoying Physical Intimacy as a Woman, Part 6

A healthy marriage is built on the foundation of open communication. The same is true for your sex life. John and Greg give some ideas for how to talk about sex with your spouse, even when it feels awkward.

Enjoying Physical Intimacy as a Woman, Part 5

Making time for romance and sexual intimacy are great gifts for your marriage. While it’s not always convenient during busy seasons, we should not neglect them. Greg and John explain why sex is important and beneficial for your marriage.

Enjoying Physical Intimacy as a Woman, Part 4

Busy seasons can disrupt the amount of sex you and your spouse have. It’s important to not neglect intimacy, even when you’re busy. John, Greg and Erin offer some insights for how a husband can better meet his wife’s needs inside and outside of the bedroom.

Enjoying Physical Intimacy as a Woman, Part 3

For a wife to enjoy sex with her husband, she needs to feel good about herself. It’s critically important for couples to discuss physical intimacy if they’re to enjoy it together. John, Greg and Erin explain a wife’s greatest need for intimacy.

Enjoying Physical Intimacy as a Woman, Part 2

In a culture saturated with fake sexuality, it’s critical for you to guard your passions, by choosing to honor your spouse or future spouse. John, Greg and Erin offer thoughts on how dating and engaged couples can guard their sexual desires against temptation.

Enjoying Physical Intimacy as a Woman, Part 1

God created sex as a special gift for you and your spouse to enjoy. But experiencing healthy sexual connection requires a selfless attitude. John, Greg and Erin give some advice for how you can let go of selfishness when it comes to sexuality.

Enjoying Physical Intimacy as a Woman (Part 2 of 2)

In a discussion based on their book Enjoy: The Gift of Sexual Pleasure for Women, sex therapists Dr. Cliff and Mrs. Joyce Penner discuss God’s design for sex, how women can increase their enjoyment and how couples can plan and prepare for times of intimacy. Our guests also address common obstacles to sexual intimacy and how couples can overcome them. (Part 2 of 2)

Enjoying Physical Intimacy as a Woman (Part 1 of 2)

In a discussion based on their book Enjoy: The Gift of Sexual Pleasure for Women, sex therapists Dr. Cliff and Mrs. Joyce Penner discuss God’s design for sex, how women can increase their enjoyment and how couples can plan and prepare for times of intimacy. Our guests also address common obstacles to sexual intimacy and how couples can overcome them. (Part 1 of 2)

Keep the Spark Alive

There’s something fleeting about the excitement of a new relationship. But regardless of how much the flames have died down, couples can revitalize their sexual relationship and build deeper passion.

Discovering Mutual Pleasure

Men and women, and individual needs, are different. If your differences have caused tension in your sex life, learn to make those differences work for your marriage.

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