Solutions for Intimacy provides couples with the tools, resources and knowledge to live a sexually fulfilling life after prostate cancer.
Husband-and-wife-team Steve Frohman and Cindie Hubiak founded the program following Steve’s courageous battle with prostate cancer. He beat the disease, yet intimacy issues hovered over the couple like a dark cloud. They ultimately tackled all intimacy barriers through an extensive amount of research, education, experimentation, and most of all, love.
Steve and Cindie developed The Personal Approach to enable other couples to thrive just as they have. They assembled a team of top-notch experts spanning multiple facets of health and wellness to help couples get to the root issues of their intimacy struggles. The Personal Approach is customized to fit the unique needs of each couple, addressing the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of intimacy.
Cindie has also authored A Woman’s Guide to Thriving after Prostate Cancer, which deals with the impact prostate cancer has on women. She guides readers through her own personal struggles and provides them with the knowledge and support to not just survive fallout from the disease, but to thrive.
Learn more about Cindie and Steve… in their own words.
Just like any man, I was stunned when my biopsy came back positive for prostate cancer a few years back. After the initial shock, I began researching and discovering my options. Cindie and I quickly concluded there simply were not any really good options. Some were better than others, though, and we chose the ones that seemed best for my situation. Read more…
Sexual fulfillment after prostate disease? It can’t happen, many claim. I’m here to share that it’s possible and that you can enjoy a better sex life than before that dreaded diagnosis!
If you’re reading this, you probably have heard these words, “the prostate biopsy results show cancer.” Of course, when my husband, Steve, and I heard those words, priority number one was Steve’s health. As he recovered from the removal of his prostate, and after his first few blood tests showed the welcomed ‘zero PSA,’ my thoughts turned to our sexual intimacy. Read more…