Grit & Gratitude Gals Course
Of course you like it. Remember that one time, you guys did that one thing. OMG. Mind blowing.
Obviously you know that not every time can be like that. But still, it would be nice to feel as good about your sex life was you did that time.
Sex isn’t so simple. And having a healthy sex life isn’t all about reading about how to have tantric sex, buying the best toys, and it definitely isn’t just letting go of who you are to satisfy your partner.
When Dr. B announced she was hosting this class, I knew I wanted to participate. I was nervous and excited, nervous to be vulnerable with a bunch of strangers and excited to learn new things. Dr. B did not disappointment, immediately you dig right into it all. You realize that all the taboo behaviors or thoughts are normal; so struggling with intimacy in your marriage doesn’t make you weird. Thinking about all things you need to do for the week during sex; normal, yes, healthy, no. I am not going to lie it’s hard if you really truly do the work but it is rewarding. I can’t say that my sex drive has suddenly increased but the desire to have that intimacy has. My low libido is caused by medicine that I need to take, so you work with what you got.
Dr. B hasn’t just changed my sex life but the way I think about it, view it, and approach it. The work is worth it, I can’t stress that enough. My wife and I have gone to marriage counseling and that has helped communication and this class has done just as much for intimacy. Some of the things discussed you already know but it takes someone else and a different way of addressing them to get you to understand the full gravity of it. The best part about this class is that it’s really at the pace you choose. If you have more questions on one thing then another, ask. If you can’t watch the video on the day she posts it then do it the next. This class is built for people with a busy life who just want to make the most out of the time they have with themselves and their partners. Don’t just take my word for it, find out for yourself. You won’t be disappointed.
I want to talk to you about getting the healthiest —not raunchiest or most orgasmic—sex. This is about honoring the joining of your mind and body!
Our biggest sex organ is our brain!
And there’s only one person who can make your sex life better—and that’s you!
How comforting is that? You should feel empowered! Even if you are a bit overwhelmed by that idea.
So how do you get to that point of feeling like a the most beautiful sex goddess that has ever existed? I am going to tell you that it takes work. You will need to throw out ideas that don’t serve you about sex. (I promise you that your partner isn’t judging you when you are on top)
You have to look at the values that lay beneath the surface. That work is challenging. But I want to offer you a way that you can tackle these deep issues in a safe, reasonable paced, sometimes even fun way.
Some of the issues we discuss in this 4-week course include:
- #metoo—how do I fit my sexuality into this worldwide movement?
- What the hell is sexy?
- How sexiness changes with age
- Regrets about sex or encounters, guilt
- Commenting about others sex lives
- Sexual dysfunctions—low libido, porn addiction, rejection etc.
- Tips to “healthify” your sex…tonight.
- Much, much MUCHO more!
I run this course in a secure, private group off of Facebook and the prying eyes of the Russian government! You can be as anonymous as you want, or bare it all (not literally #rules) and share it all!
Look at how much this course has impacted these women:
I am so glad I decided to participate in the Healthiest Sex course with Dr. Bartos! The study sheets asked questions that helped me really examine the origin of my beliefs about sex and sexuality. I was raised in the 50’s, and I hadn’t realized how the things that I was taught (or not taught) have had a negative impact on me as an adult.
Dr. Bartos’s “matter of fact” approach to sex and sexuality gave me the freedom to ask even the most intimate questions. Her ability to interject humor into the videos definitely added to the relaxed and open format.
A healthy sex life is possible for every woman – regardless of age. As a vivacious woman in my 60’s, I am so excited to incorporate the information from this course into my relationship with my partner.
Healthy Sex has been the most eye-opening experience that I have encountered in a long time. I am a vibrant woman in my 50 ‘s but still I have insecurities and fears about my sex life. Dr Bartos’s workshop opened the door for me to see that I am not alone feeling this way, and that I can get past these insecurities and fears and have a WONDERFUL sex life, it is obtainable! I have grown and learned, most of all I feel more empowered and confident in my sexuality and for that I am grateful. (so is my husband!)!
What if when you turned around and walked away from your partner naked you weren’t worried about any dimples that may or may not be there (seriously who can even see their booty that well themselves?)
What if you just walked into the bedroom and feel like a sexy, empowered, confident woman who understand her body and what she wanted and needed? That CAN be you.
Here’s the deal though. This course is not meant to be open to the world wide interwebs all at once. This is mean to be a private group of women who are all working personally towards their own goals free from judgement. How do we achieve that? We limit membership.
There is a cap on how many women will be able to get into this course. I want everyone to have an equal chance to get in before it fills up so sign up for the waitlist. You’ll get some fun tips along the way and email is the best way for me to notify everyone the course is open for enrollment. You won’t want to miss your chance.
Sign up today to be the first to find out when the course is about to open.
I promise you won’t be disappointed you did.
A board-certified OB/GYN, Dr. Bartos graduated from the University of Texas at Houston Medical School and completed her residency at Baylor College of Medicine, also in Houston. She served as an assistant clinical professor of OB/GYN at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS) for several years and was a physician in the US Navy for eight years. She is currently chief of obstetrics & gynecology at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Denton, Texas.
Outside of her work, she can be found doing Pilates on her reformer, reading the nearest inspiring book she can get her hands on and spending quality time with her family.