"As a sex therapist I often have clients tell me that being intimate with their partner has become another one of the responsibilities to check off the "To-Do" list; describing sex as a chore, or even a burden.
Having sexual issues can have devastating effects on individuals and couples.
Their co-defendant Troy Busta implicated the pair, and investigators said all three and Nardi were at a bar in the small Portage County township of Mantua the last time she was seen alive.
In March of this year, a judge approved a nearly million settlement between Gondor, Resh and the state of Ohio to resolve their wrongful incarceration claims.
And, due to the loss of business and manufacturing facilities in the Village, the staff has had to make cuts which has put a strain on the department and village. In the last year, the County Drug Task Force has performed search warrants and major arrests on four homes in Mantua Township which surrounds Mantua Village.
Currently, there are narcotics canine units in seven of the twelve police departments in the county.
Because of the terrain, winter temperatures and snowfall vary considerably over the area, with more snow in the north.
In my experience, many clients entered counseling feeling overwhelmed and stuck in their current situation despite genuine mental and emotional effort.
There are many reasons why sex becomes an issue in relationships: sexual shame from their upbringing, pain during sex, trying to understand their sexuality and preferences or processing past trauma.
Working with a professional in a safe & professional space to communicate their feelings & thoughts can have a huge impact.""As a sex therapist I often have clients tell me that being intimate with their partner has become another one of the responsibilities to check off the "To-Do" list; describing sex as a chore, or even a burden.
MANTUA TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- Twenty-seven years ago, Robert Gondor and Randy Resh stood in the driveway of Gondor's father's house, both awaiting trial for the murder and attempted rape of a woman in 1988.
Both knew they were innocent, but they were offered plea deals that would result in shorter prison stints than the ones they risked if they went to trial.