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Topics surrounding sex are still considered taboo till today, but that doesn’t stop Dr Angela from pursuing her passion to solve these issues. She specialises in sexual wellness and helps individuals and couples work through their intimacy struggles.
We spoke to Dr Angela to find out more about her experience as a coach and why it is so important for Singaporean couples to educate themselves.
Lian He Zao Bao
According to a recent survey conducted among millennials and Gen Z, it has been observed that while some respondents are not inclined towards marriage or relationships due to the pleasures of being single, there are still those who recognize the potential benefits of being in a relationship and marriage. These insights offer valuable understanding into the attitudes and values regarding love and marriage among the younger generations.
Are You In A Situationship?
Here’s What You Need To Know
Situationships aren’t exactly for everyone. Depending on what your focus on life is right now. A situationship might be the right fit for you if you’re: a) focusing on your career or developing your passions, b) want more flexibility when it comes to dating or c) would you like to connect with someone emotionally and romantically, but keep the freedom outside of a committed relationship.
SG Women's Weekly
Bored in the bedroom? Try these card games that encourage healthy and fun conversations on Sex
The card game was co-created with nine contributors across Singapore and Malaysia, including content creators like Munah Bagharib and Chow Jia Hui, and intimacy coaches like Dr. Angela Tan of the Academy of Relationship & Sex.
Branding In Asia
'School of Swipe' - Online Dating Navigation
Dating is fun and meaningful but it can also sometimes be daunting. Having resources such as 'School of Swipe' can help hopeful young Singaporeans navigate dating, taking the pressure off and giving them more mind space to focus on creating meaningful connections
The Straits Time
Post-stroke rehabilitation focuses on physical recovery, but many stroke survivors and their partners need help renewing their emotional and physical intimacy as a couple.
South China Morning Post
How to treat Erectile Dysfunction
A low libido takes a toll on a man's emotional well-being; it can also affect his partner and relationship.
Men are often portrayed as wanting to have sex all the time. In reality, a sluggish sex drive is something many men deal with at some point in their lives.
What makes a stronger woman?
We speak to 3 different coaches to find out.
Some of my patients confide and seek advice about sexual issues that they have with their partners because they do not know whom to go to.
Resolving sexual difficulties is as important as counselling couples about their relationship because it goes hand-in-hand.
This lady will teach her newborn daughter about sex when she's 9 months old.
It’s like how we embrace health, how we embrace exercise, and how we embrace a healthy diet.
If you look at Maslow’s hierarchy, sex is actually one of those at the bottom. First layer is the primitive function of sex, but the second layer is actually relationships.
I Love Children
9 Ways to reignite passion in marriage
High levels of passionate love that is experienced in the initial stage of the relationship are not likely to be maintained throughout the marriage. Sometimes, our spouse’s habits, are a reminder that marriage is not always rainbows and sunshine.