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I sleep with clients to save their marriages- Sex therapist

In the world of relationships, it’s not uncommon for couples to seek advice and guidance when the spark in the bedroom begins to dim.

Meet Olivia Bentley, a 46-year-old sex therapist hailing from Boise, Idaho, in the United States. Olivia, however, is not your typical therapist; she infuses her work with a distinctive perspective that is creating a stir in the intimacy and relationship communities.

Olivia, who has been in the sex industry for 15 years, told the New York Post that she uses her wealth of knowledge and experience to save countless marriages.

Her unorthodox methods include offering emotional support, hosting intimate one-to-three-hour sessions where she imparts saucy tips, and, believe it or not, even jumping into bed with clients for some hands-on education.

While some may raise their eyebrows at her methods, Olivia claims to have saved hundreds of marriages with her sex therapy. One of the key elements of Olivia’s philosophy is that it’s “unfair” for women to get married and neglect their husbands’ sexual needs.

But Olivia’s services aren’t just limited to couples; she also caters to individual male clients, some of whom have received a “hall pass” from their spouses.

“I’ve saved marriages. The stuff I do is completely life-changing. Couples who have sessions with me are the coolest in the world because they understand the importance of sexuality in their relationship as a part of maintaining a healthy marriage,” Olivia said.

“There are also couples out there who give the man a hall pass—the wives are basically outsourcing. Some ladies say, ‘I don’t always want to be involved in this but I want to know who you are, I want to approve of you and I’m going to let him come and see you.’”

She even offers fitness and nutrition advice to help clients achieve their best sexual lives. According to Olivia, achieving physical fitness is a key component of better intimacy.

One of her top tips for overweight men is: “Do your sit-ups!” She explains that obesity can restrict blood flow, leading to erectile dysfunction.

Olivia noted that her holistic approach has proven popular, with her now seeing up to 10 clients a week and earning an impressive $500,000 annually.

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