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• Dr. Glenda Corwin  // Glenda Corwin, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist who has been in private practice for more than twenty years. She provides gay-affirmative psychotherapy, and consults with professionals and the general public on sexual issues for women in same-sex relationships. Dr. Corwin leads weekend sexual intimacy workshops for women, and in 2007 conducted a research project investigating lesbian sexual patterns. The very positive responses to her workshops and research were the inspiration for the book Sexual Intimacy for Women: A Guide for Same Sex Couples. She is currently working on a book for single women, focused on dating and sex.
The daughter of missionaries, Dr. Corwin grew up in Colombia, South America. Her background gives her a deep appreciation for diversity of cultures, languages, and human connections. She also appreciates the lovely woman who shares her life in Atlanta.
For more information about Dr. Corwin and her work, visit her website at www.DrGlendaCorwin.com

24 Sep Posted by in • Dr. Glenda Corwin | Comments Off on Are You Ready for Love?

Are You Ready for Love?

Are You Ready for Love?

Lately “I’m not ready yet” has been coming up a lot. I’ve heard it–and said it myself-many times, and of course it usually makes sense. Everyone need time to let wounds heal, get re-oriented to new situations, settle in after upheavals. But when does “healing” become “hiding out?” How do you discern what’s truly in […]

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13 Aug Posted by in • Dr. Glenda Corwin | Comments Off on Positive Body Image Leads to Better Sex

Positive Body Image Leads to Better Sex

Positive Body Image Leads to Better Sex

I often ask women to rank the most negative influences on their sexual relationship.  Over half of the time, “negative body image” heads the list.  We’re so trained to stand outside ourselves, judging our bodies–but to enjoy sex we need to enjoy how our bodies feel, not how they look.  So how do you make […]

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17 Jul Posted by in • Dr. Glenda Corwin | Comments Off on Why You Need To Love Someone

Why You Need To Love Someone

Why You Need To Love Someone

When I first heard Elton John sing “You Gotta Love Someone” I remembered an incident of TMM (Temporary Moment of Maturity).  I’d been worrying about whether someone I cared for deeply reciprocated my feelings.  Then I realized that what really mattered the most, what would last forever with me, was that I’d let myself love […]

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23 May Posted by in • Dr. Glenda Corwin | Comments Off on Lesbian Dating: Building Trust

Lesbian Dating: Building Trust

Lesbian Dating: Building Trust

Recently I talked with two women, “Susan” and “Karen.”  They had just started dating a couple months before, and seemed quite in lust. They were glowing and giggling, until the issue of “trust” came up. Susan:  I just wish Karen would trust me more.  She just can’t let herself lean on me.  She’s been hurt […]

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23 Apr Posted by in • Dr. Glenda Corwin | Comments Off on Lesbian Dating and the 50/50 Rule

Lesbian Dating and the 50/50 Rule

Lesbian Dating and the 50/50 Rule

Today I’m attending a fundraising event where lots of wonderful women will show up to support a good cause–and also, to cruise each other.  Most will put serious energy into looking good, and many will make the eye-contact-and-smiling connection that creates an opportunity for a conversation with a potential date. Then the fun stops.  What […]

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20 Mar Posted by in • Dr. Glenda Corwin | Comments Off on Do Relationships Make Us Happy?

Do Relationships Make Us Happy?

Do Relationships Make Us Happy?

Recently I talked with someone about participating in a “Happiness Group,” a program that’s very research-based and teaches behaviors and thinking patterns that have been shown to increase personal happiness.  Her response was illustrative. “I’ll try it, but what I really want is to meet someone to date!” That’s exactly what most women would say, […]

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The Problem with Pursuing

The Problem with Pursuing

“Never pursue a distancer.” This was the maxim I learned in grad school couples’ therapy classes. It seemed like a no-brainer at the time. How could anyone keep going after someone who doesn’t want you? I would have more self-respect! Until I really fell in love with a lovely woman who was less in love […]

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20 Dec Posted by in • Dr. Glenda Corwin | Comments Off on The Perfect Gift for Your Lover

The Perfect Gift for Your Lover

The Perfect Gift for Your Lover

The Perfect Holiday Present for Your Lover: Your Presence! It’s that time of the year again.  The alleged joy of the season is often overshadowed by stressful questions, like How/When/Where can I find the Perfect Gift for my lover?  What if I think it’s perfect, and she doesn’t? What if I give her X, and […]

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18 Oct Posted by in • Dr. Glenda Corwin | Comments Off on Lesbian Sex: How The Truth Can Set You Free

Lesbian Sex: How The Truth Can Set You Free

Lesbian Sex: How The Truth Can Set You Free

When I was a teenager a booklet mysteriously appeared on a book shelf in the family room.  It was called, curiously enough,  What Teenagers Need To Know about Sex.  I immediately sneaked it upstairs and read it from cover to cover.  Then I sneaked it back onto the shelf.  It took me years to realize […]

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Dating: Subtle Screening for Blatant Problems

Dating: Subtle Screening for Blatant Problems

I used to think “wanting to meet someone” meant going to events and looking around, asking your friends to introduce you to single women, or participating in organizations that attract the kind of women you want to meet.  Activities that let you actually see your target, note who her friends are, even talk with her. […]

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