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Talking about your sexual problem is an important part of finding a solution - Psychologist and sexologist Eva Buitenhuis

I really enjoy discovering what motivates people: What makes someone do something? How does that person experience that? What do they think? Are those realistic thoughts? I think it’s amazingly cool to be able to help them look at what is going on in their minds. It is also really nice to become so close with someone. Thanks to the techniques that I have learned, when a person comes to me with a problem, I can make sure that person will never experience that problem again. I stimulate people to think or act differently. And I have the time to enter into a discussion with a client. Many people come to me for a 45-minute consultation once every two weeks. That’s more time than an HIV nurse can usually make available. It’s usually possible to solve the problem or in any case to make it much easier to live with it. And once in a while it doesn’t work, and that can be really frustrating.

Sex can enrich everyone’s life – even a doctor’s! - HIV doctor Luc Gelinck

There are a lot of reasons why I enjoy being an HIV doctor. People with HIV are often colourful people. The chances that someone will get HIV are related in part to his or her lifestyle. That means that a higher-than-average number of pleasure-lovers are infected with HIV. You won’t get HIV just by looking out your window all day.

Aim for fun sex! - Adrie Heijnen, doctor and sexologist

I want everyone to have a good and pleasurable sex life. As a sexologist, I look at the kinds of ‘static’ that can form an obstacle to that. I try to help my clients identify what that static is and what they can do to make it less of a problem. My motto is: ‘aim for fun sex!’ Naturally it’s up to you to decide for yourself what you enjoy doing most. Go for sex that you will be able to look back on with a good feeling, so that you won’t have a guilty conscience afterwards because you and your sex partner took certain risks. And so you won’t feel empty afterwards because you don’t really enjoy sex but are actually addicted to it. 

Sex can be very animalistic, but also spiritual - sex coach Prasand Baidjnath Misier

In my role as a sex coach, I discuss sex with my clients in an adult way: no judging and no giggling. Some of my clients come to me with a sexual problem, but there are also some who just want to learn something new. I sometimes compare it with cooking. You can cook the same way your mother always cooked, but you can also learn something new from the Italian or the Indian cuisine. I can offer you sexual inspiration from other cultures.

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