Have you ever fallen for someone, only to find out they were in it for a physical relationship and not much more? Too often women seeking something more meaningful are unintentionally duped by men just looking for a good time. Dr. Jill Weber is a psychologist who takes a close look at having sex vs. wanting intimacy.
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Finding love and lasting intimacy can be a difficult goal for many women, and oftentimes it leads to accepting a purely sexual relationship with the hopes it will lead to more, only to be let down time and again. Using real stories from women of various ages and stages of life in her new book Having Sex, Wanting Intimacy: Why Women Settle for One-Sided Relationships, Dr. Jill Weber shows how these patterns of behavior, which she refers to as “Sextimacy”, produce disappointment, depression, and a low self-esteem, causing a vulnerability to being used. It’s a hard pattern to break, but Dr. Weber provides hope with some very clear tips on how to stop it. Dr. Weber is a clinical psychologist with a private practice in the Washington DC area. She has appeared in media outlets as varied as Nightline, Teen Vogue, CNN, Seventeen Magazine, and The Discovery Channel, among others.
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