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It was only a few months ago that I finally decided to take the plunge and pluck up the courage to say what I actually do as part of my job when introduced to strangers. Which is odd, because it's something that I have done in one way or another all my working life, initially as a specialist nurse running a clinic for twenty-one years for patients with erectile dysfunction, then as a family planning nurse and pregnancy options counsellor and in the last ten years as an accredited sex and relationship therapist.Despite having spent quarter of a century learning about, talking and discussing sex in all its glory (or not) I still found it difficult, when asked "What do you do?" to say "I'm a sex therapist". I began to wonder about this, as I am the least likely person to be shy or blush about anything sex related and yet here I was struggling to find the right words. I have been rather surprised and a little puzzled by the varying reactions I have encountered so far. I assumed that the reactions generated would vary according to the age and gender of the person I was speaking to, and up to a point my assumptions were mostly correct, but it has been the range of responses that has most surprised and amused me.Reactions have varied from shrieks of astonishment such as "Wow! I've always wanted to meet a sex therapist!" to folk spluttering over their cups of tea, to genuine interest and enthusiasm for the job I do. I have felt at times like a minor celebrity who has to be introduced to everyone in the room as 'The Sex Therapist' when in fact I am a very ordinary person who has a very ordinary job, helping very ordinary people with very ordinary problems (at least that's how I see it). Edna offers advice on how to revive your drive on page 89..Dr Edna Astbury-Ward - A very ordinary person with a very ordinary jobNoelle Watson - Absolute satisfaction guaranteedNoelle Watson is a professional Personal Trainer who says she can give you guaranteed results without going to the gym. She is expert at working with women and will work with you at or around your home. You don't need equipment or much space. Noelle will give you everything that you need to look and feel fabulous. She has created a winning seven step system - The Feeling Fabulous Formula, because she firmly believes that looking and feeling fabulous shouldn't stop at 40! She can say this from the heart because she was born in 1961. Noelle says if you put all seven simple steps into place then success is inevitable. She loves to work with women aged 39 - 55 who need the right advice and support with losing weight, toning up and having more energy in their lives. With nearly 20 years' experience, Noelle says she is arguably the only personal trainer in Denbighshire and Conwy who knows how to give women what they really want. She's very sought after for her skills as a result. She says she can make real women look and feel years younger and fitter in just 4 - 6 months without setting foot inside a gym. Noelle is so confident her Formula works that she offers Premium Packages with an Absolute Satisfaction Guarantee. So if you don't feel fabulous at the end of your programme, she will work with you at her own cost until you do! Her clients tell her that she makes them feel better than chocolate does and makes them look better than any expensive designer label ever could! Have a look at the article on page 67 to find out more about what she could do for you. NETWORK SheContributorsMeet four inspiring women who have contributed to this issue of the Network She magazine6Network She I Autumn/Winter 2012