EYES IN Magazine Editor-in-Chief Vivian Van Dijk says, “As founder of the Loveology University, Dr. Ava Cadell explores frontiers and boundaries about love and sexuality that were left untouched until now. Her innovative character has equipped her to discover many hidden corners in the neurosystem that are linked to sex and love, and have resulted in the valuable knowledge she has made available through her books, DVDs, and programs. People like Dr. Cadell bless our society, because love and healthy relationships are one of the most important aspects of life, and she shows us how to improve our lives with her research. I’m honored to include Dr. Cadell in our EYES IN Community.”

We were designed for love and intimacy, but finding that ultimate form of fulfillment rarely comes easy. The do’s and don’ts of how to navigate the dating world are constantly rewritten, and the tricks for a successful marriage are equally reconsidered. Love is a tough arena, where emotion, expectation and physical needs collide.

In the midst of the clamoring voices of opinion, scientific research steps in via Dr. Ava Cadell’s book, “NeuroLoveology: The Power to Mindful Love and Sex.” Known first as a sex symbol of the 1960s and more recently as America’s leading “Sexpert,” Dr. Ava Cadell has years of experience that span the gamut of views on sex, relationships and intimacy.

After growing up in the shadows of Catholicism Cadell rebelled against teachings from nuns who put sex in a negative daylight (during that time). She pursued a career as an actress and Playboy model. But despite the embrace of her female sexuality, Cadell came out of the sex industry still confused about love and intimacy. So she invested her earnings into her education, ultimately graduating with a Doctorate in Human Behavior from Newpoint University and a Doctorate of Education in Human Sexuality from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco.

“I do not apologize or regret choosing to exploit my physical attributes in magazines, TV and motion pictures because they were part of my journey toward the fruitful life I am now leading. In fact, I am grateful for all of my past experiences because they led me to discover my life’s mission: to dedicate my life to helping others overcome guilt and shame so they can experience healthy love and sexuality. It was a natural progression for me to go from sex symbol to Sexpert!,” said Cadell.

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