A clinical sex therapist, Hannah Jonathan, also known as Soul Spice, has advised that it is important for Nigerians to understand their erotic blueprint and sexual languages, as well as their partner’s.
The self-proclaimed ‘master sexpert’ who doubles as the CEO of Soul Spice toys made this statement at the just concluded third edition of the ALAT Talk Series where she spoke about ‘Managing Sexual Relationships and Maintaining A Healthy Lifestyle’.
During her very enlightening talk, Soul Spice also shed light on the problem with intimacy in marriages, adding that “Most couples do not set boundaries early in their relationship and are easily influenced by work, friends, and family, which leads to stress. This stress, in turn, causes frustration, leaving one party sexually frustrated and then they go outside and engage in extramarital affairs to fill the space.”
She added that couples should understand each other’s sex languages i.e fun, desire, pleasure, patience and acceptance to enable them to reach a compromise.
Also at the event were OAP and OffAir co-host, Gbemi Olateru-Olagbegi, who moderated the session; content creators, Akah and Claire Nnani and the Head, Marketing Communications and Investor Relations, Wema Bank, Funmilayo Falola who all spoke on balancing finances and a demanding career.
The ALAT Talk Series is a virtual session for young Nigerians organized by Nigeria’s first digital bank, ALAT by Wema, to exchange ideas and insights about life, relationships, technology, and finance, offering them informed opinions from experts and other experienced young professionals who are knowledgeable in various areas.
This third edition of the series, themed ‘Relationship, Love and Work: How To Juggle It All‘, was aimed at providing young Nigerians with the skills and information that will assist with combining a hectic work lifestyle with a healthy sex/love life.