Ask Megan: Sex Therapist

It’s usually a good idea to get a second opinion on health issues – why not apply the same logic to relationship problems? I had a chance to sit down with Daniel Packard, a self-proclaimed sex therapist and dating coach, when he visited campus last week. Packard provided a new take on the way we approach love. Here is what he said when asked about the greatest obstacles men and women face when searching for a partner and how to find the one.

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