In Sickness and in Health

By Lizzie Rubin, a certified sex therapist

Usually, at the beginning of a relationship, couples have the best intentions.

But what happens when something as drastic as MS puts the best resolves to the test?

As an experienced sex therapist, I firmly believe that with couples therapy couples can overcome anything as long they have a good and solid foundation and open line of communication. 

In the next few weeks, in this article series, we will discuss the importance of feeling loved within every relationship.

If you have any related questions or subjects you want to discuss in future posts, please don’t hesitate to ask, either here or in the Sexuality & MS group.

Yours,

The BelongMS Team

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