A Salt Lake City mom who claims her ex-husband cheated on her with a close friend has become a sex coach to help others avoid the “sexless relationship” she had.
Talitha Hill – better known as Dr. Stormy – has built a huge following on TikTokwhere she insists that couples of all ages can add sexual spice to their relationships.
“85 percent of monogamous couples report difficulties with sex and intimacy,” Hill, 45, told the South West News Service. “For some couples, they are roommates, business partners, or co-parents rather than lovers. It’s about how you stay in that lover phase and energy.”
Despite having a high sex drive, Hill said she and her husband rarely got hot and heavy between the sheets, and she was stunned to find out her spouse was cheating on her with a pal.
“I was really blinded by it. she [the mistress] was my confidant — she was the person who knew how much we struggled sexually and she was my go-to person,” Hill said. “It felt like a massive betrayal.”
The Utah mom then decided to train as a sex and intimacy coach to help others avoid the trauma she went through.
“It has set me on a journey of reconnecting with my own sexuality, my own sex drive and my sexual power,” she said.
Counseling couples of all ages, Hill is determined to “debunk the fact that couples have to settle for a mediocre sex life, or no sex life at all, and that passion wanes.”
The sex coach said most of her patients are in love with their partners and “just struggled in the area of intimacy and sexuality.”
“It’s so shrouded in shame, judgment, cultural messages and trauma,” she said.
The mother-of-one shares several tips to help couples who may be struggling to have hot sex.
“My top tips for increasing intimacy would be — #1, communication. You have to know and take into account “timing, tone and territory”. When do you communicate, how and in what way?” said Hügel.
“Can you arouse curiosity about your partner’s experiences and are their intimacy needs met?” she continued. “When I work with couples, in several sessions we don’t even talk about sex because we have to deal with communication, resentment and their relationship to their bodies and more.”
Hill went on to claim that couples “need to look for ways to de-stress,” which she describes as “pleasure-breakers.”
The sex coach said stress can not only be caused by work but also by “medical things like hormones or a thyroid problem”.
Hill’s final tip is “prioritize and intend.” She told SWNS: “Are you ready to prioritize your intimacy? Are you ready to confront yourself?”
Hill told SWNS that she’s often trolled by men on her TikTok account, which has more than 13,800 followers.
The male trolls attack the trainer, claiming that she must have been bad in bed for her husband to seek sex elsewhere.
“There was this assumption that I didn’t want to have sex and that’s why my ex left the relationship,” she said. “In my experience, that was exactly the opposite.”
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