This may have been the best class I have taken so far! Her humor made the subject comfortable and her work experience brought a lot of insight to the class. I couldn’t say enough amazing things about her as a professor!!Graduate Student
University of South Florida
I have transformed from a clueless mom in this area to a safe harbor for open, loving discussions.Graduate Student
On sexuality education at home
Going to see Dr. Dae is like getting a mental massage. She finds my self-induced toxins and works ’em out. Thanks to her, I’m looser, healthier, more flexible and more free from my uptight, knotted-up former self. I have to drink my water and do my stretches, figuratively speaking, by adopting new mental habits that she teaches me. Some I’m successful at, but with others I still seek her guidance. My professional and personal life is SO much better. Thank you, Dr. Dae!Female
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So, Dr. Dae, would you consider decreased intimacy as a symptom and not a cause of strained relationships?
I hadn’t realized there was anything behind that ‘tune out’ time at the end of the night. This is something for me to think about. Why do I choose other chores over spending time with the one I most want to spend time with? Hmm?
Dr. Dae, I know it’s a good idea to have a night planned for just mommy and daddy but I resent the fact that I’m the one that has to plan it – not my husband. He has no problem planning a golf outing or a card night with friends so why is it so difficult for him to take control and make the plans? Thank you.
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I am the first to tell this to everyone I know, yet find it near impossible to practice myself. Why is it so difficult to accept compliments and praise from others? Even when inside you know you might kind of deserve it, there is still that shadow of doubt?