Dr Nikki Goldstein

Smart, educated
and honest,
Dr Nikki is
Australia’s
most in demand
sexologist,
educating about
love, sex,
relationships
and dating

Buy the Book – #Singlebutdating

Dating is different these days and the traditional rules just don’t seem to always apply. It’s important to challenge the ideals that surround you to become the most dateable version of you and to make the best decision for yourself, enjoying this single but dating life along the way. We now have the right to live the life men have been doing for years, we just need a little help and advice to work out how to do it our way.

“This is the book I wanted five years ago and
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Jun
16

2016
Why Your Coupled Up Friends Love Playing On Your Tinder

It’s hardly news that Aussies are deep into Tinder. However, it should be noted that if we took into account every time a couple hijacked their single friend’s phone to play on the dating app, it’s likely that number would sky rocket. Tinder hijacking. Heard of it? Well, it’s a thing and the psychology behind it is fascinating. “First and foremost it’s about curiosity. It’s not like those in a committed relationship actually want to date other people, or even chat to them online, but they want to see what all the fuss is about,” Dr Nikki Goldstein, relationship expert, sexologist and author told The Huffington Post Australia. This is especially the case if they’ve been in a relationship since Tinder’s inception. Matches. Super Likes. GROUP DATES?! The game has changed, my friends, in a biiiig way. Your coupled up friends might see things you don’t see. Goldstein said there’s…

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16

2016
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Jun
15

2016
Let’s talk about sober socializing and social anxiety

I walked into a room at a recent intimate event, where I expected a few familiar faces, and realised I knew no one. I stood, clutching my champagne glass with sweaty palms, and tried to look enthralled by the floral arrangement. Eventually someone came and saved my sorry self but I held onto my glass like a soothing companion, which occupied my fidgety hands and provided alcohol to take the edge off my discomfort. For people who choose to wake up with a clear head and a fully functioning liver, either for Dry July or indefinitely, as many more people I know are doing, sober socialising can be a challenge. Social anxiety – that is feeling shy or nervous or jittery in unfamiliar social situations – is normal and, add to that, about 11 per cent of the population suffer social phobia, which causes them intense anxiety in those same…

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Jun
15

2016
The danger of turning your swinging fantasy into a reality

STANDING on the side of the road at 1:30am with the rain pelting down, I was shielded from the wet weather but drenched from tears of the woman in my arms. I was consoling her because her boyfriend had just walked off in a fit of anger after witnessing her erotically massaged by another man at a private sex club. Ill-prepared couples often jump into this world of swinging, where there are many misconceptions and false fantasies and a high risk of someone ending up in tears. Sometimes hearts, sexual confidence, egos and relationships are broken. It is still taboo to talk about sex and the subject of swinging or attending sex clubs is probably not one discussed at the office water cooler. It is a world protected by privacy and anonymity, something that is also responsible for those eager to check it out first hand. However many party goers…

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