Can an App Help You Sext Better?

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Playing Could an App Teach You How to ‘Sext’?

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Are you a bad sexter or maybe you've never even sent a sext but want to? The Doctors welcome relationship expert Shan Boodram to discuss how there's an app that may help you heat up your text messages.

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She shares the app Juicebox, which she says can be your "virtual dirty talk coach or virtual sexting coach." When you sign up for the service, the app will sext you (either racy or something milder) and the user can go back and forth with the app to test out your sexting skills.

Shans feels this app can help people who are new to sexting or those who are looking to incorporate dirty talk into the bedroom and might not know what to say. She feels sexting is a "separate language all of its own."

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The relationship expert says this a great way to express one's sexual needs in a safe way in order to find out what you might be interested in.

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