Lisa Appleton is back imparting her pearls of wisdom to Daily Star Online readers with her Sex Doctor column.
Last time, the Big Brother beauty was helping someone who was sleeping with his friend – but she was set to get married.
Lisa told the man he needed to get an answer one way or another from the woman as to whether she wanted to be with him, as it wasn't fair on all of the parties involved – including her fiancé!
This week, Lisa is advising a woman who keeps having very racy sex dreams about her boyfriend's dad...
'I keep having sex dreams about my boyfriend's dad'
My boyfriend and I have been together for a year after meeting at work.
For the most part, it's been great.
We have the odd tiff every now and then, but I really do think I've found a keeper.
We've even been living together during lockdown at his dad's. But there's a problem.
About two weeks ago, I accidentally walked in on his dad in the shower.
I rushed out of the bathroom immediately but it really made me see him in a different light.
I won't go into detail, but I understand now why he's called 'Big Jon'.
He and I have since laughed it off, but I can't stop thinking about him.
So much so, that I've been having continual sex dreams about him.
I even nearly said his name in bed when I was sleeping with my boyfriend the other night, and it's starting to freak me out.
Is this just a crush or should I cool things with my boyfriend?
Well, you're very happy with your boyfriend and you feel he's a keeper – that's lovely to hear because that is something that is so hard to find these days.
During lockdown you've been living together with his dad in close proximity and you've not had as much space and this lockdown thing can do weird things to people.
Well, you've see his dad in the shower and he was naked and it sounds like he's got a big one and I think we all know what you're on about there.
I think what's happened is, you've got this vision of his dad in the shower naked and you know why he's called 'Big Jon' now and it's just an vision that's imprinted in your mind and you can't get it out of your head.
I don't think you are after him – it's just a vision and it's shocking and you can't stop thinking about it – and deep down, you don't really want to be thinking about it.
Because when you see something like that, it's imprinted on your mind.
Regarding size, it's only the first three inches that are important anyway.
So, don't jeopardise your lovely boyfriend, who you're happy with, for his dad.
It's just not worth it.
Just laugh it off and just enjoy your time with your boyfriend – it's a lot more healthy for you – trust me, darling.
I hope I've helped, take care of yourself.
Lisa Appleton is back next week sharing her tips and tricks