Sex Surrogates Can Help Save Your Marriage Featuring Mare Simone

Sex Surrogate, Mare Simone is interviewed for a news clip
Sex Surrogates Can Help Prevent Cheating — Aired on ABC TV 10News on 9–24–2015–11PM

“As a Surrogate Partner and a Tantra Love and Intimacy Coach for over 30 years I’ve helped many couples who were inexperienced or had some form of sexual trauma that caused them to shut down. This complicates there capacity to connect in the most intimate and passionate ways, even when the desire is there!

Surrogate partner therapy a.k.a. touch therapy helps them understand how to authentically be intimate, loving, and passionate with one another!

Working with couples I focus on one person at a time, while the other partner is learning to touch in a variety of ways. Feeling what each other is actually feeling through a blend of intimate conversations, guided pillow talk and sensitivity exercises helps them connect more deeply, from their heart and soul; rather than just from their head.

This allows deeper sharing with an ability to feel what the other is feeling while they are being explored in loving, playful ways.

Challanged or “sexless marriages” can get much quicker results when combining touch therapy with traditional talk therapy! Touch therapy can personally guide and educate them in sexual matters. Working with a surrogate can help them discover and learn to communicate their sexual desires and secret wishes with their partners.

While Surrogate partners are more commonly used in therapy with singles who don’t have partners to learn and practice intimacy skills with.

Surrogates can also be great guides to help couples deepen their love and intimacy!

Couples can learn to develop sensual and loving skills so they can have a fabulous marriage and more fun between the sheets!”

Transcript of “Sex Surrogates Can Help Prevent Cheating” Segment:

* SAN DIEGO — A local clinical psychologist said she believes fewer people would cheat on their spouse if they underwent sex surrogate therapy.

“Look what’s happened with Ashley Madison,” Dr. Christy Wise told 10News.

Wise is touting not just talk therapy, but also touch therapy from a sex surrogate.

“How are you going to go and tell your wife that you don’t know why passion doesn’t feel alive, you don’t know what to do and you don’t know how to bring it?” Wise said.

Mare Simone, a sex surrogate and tantric sex coach who works in San Diego and Los Angeles,

Mare said, “I started my surrogate training 30 years ago.”

But how is this different from prostitution?

“For me, the major difference is the transformation, the outcome. What does somebody get on the other side of an experience like that? Does it really affect them in the long run? Does it help heal or transform their issues? And, if so, then that’s valueable therapy,” Simone said.

Simone works with all kinds of people who have issues with sex — single, married, virgins, even victims of sexual assault.

“But the people that most benefit from it are singles who really don’t have partners to work with,” Simone said.

Simone said she works in tandem with a psychologist, a talk therapist.

“And I offer touch therapy so that they can feel again or connect with parts of them that haven’t felt yet,” Simone said.
Wise said legally this is a gray area; it’s not legal or illegal.

Transcription courtesy of ABC 10News

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