Hello, I’m Catherine Pearson, a reporter for The New York Times’s Well section, where I cover families and relationships.
One topic I cover frequently is sex, which is an important (though under-discussed) aspect of overall health and well-being. I’m particularly interested in how people navigate the ebb and flow of sexual desire within long-term relationships.
Researchers have found sex drive discrepancies are one of the most common reasons couples seek out therapy, and sex therapists believe many people don’t know where to turn for help if they are having problems related to sexual desire or function.
So I would love to hear from you: Have you faced a sex drought within a relationship, or have you and a partner navigated mismatched sex drives? Are there other sexual-health topics you would like to see us cover in The New York Times?
Please fill out the form below, and I may be in touch! (I will not publish any aspect of your submission without reaching out for your permission first.)