Being diagnosed with breast cancer brings with it many challenges. One of those challenges, which is often overlooked or ignored, is establishing and maintaining intimate relationships; including sex. Just because we may lose our breasts and/or ovaries, have a radically different body and perspective on life, or have a few scars doesn’t mean we should sacrifice our intimate relationships as well. Discover a few tips on how to enhance your romantic relationships, start new ones, breathe a little fire into your sex life, and most of all, love your body as it now is. Plus, you’ll discover how to re-sensitize your body to enjoy all those delicious orgasms and pleasures.
A little about our speaker:
Dr. Charley Ferrer is a world-renowned Clinical Sexologist and award-winning author of several books on sexual health, self-empowerment, and breast cancer. She is the author of, Breast Cancer Diaries and Breast Cancer: From Diagnosis to Surgery. Having been diagnosed with breast cancer herself, she has an in-depth understanding of the fears, challenges and triumphs it can bring.
When: Coming 2021
Where: Staten Island Museum
1000 Richmond Terrace, Bldg A
Cost: $97 early bird special (regular price $127)
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(Note: Payment Plan is two payments of $53; includes processing fee)
Partial Scholarships available for breast cancer patients while funds last: Email us your request.
This is a fundraising event for Cancer Tamer Foundation.
This conference is a must for women and men with breast cancer, their loved ones and anyone working with them (medical and mental health staff and holistic providers.) Men with breast cancer encouraged to attend.
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