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You know how it goes. You feel hurt by something your partner did or said. Then he feels disrespected by how you reacted. He thinks you are over reacting. You think he was totally inconsiderate of your feelings.
Ok y’all, yet again I have to rant on this one. Just had a woman tell me that every professional she has seen (and shes visited quite a few!) has told her that it is “normal” for a woman to NOT have a sex drive, to just get over it
You know how when your partner does or says something that really ticks you off, but then you don’t say anything about it because you want to “keep the peace”? Or you consider yourself a “non-confrontational person”, so you don’t bring it up.
It is an experience to be lived. I don’t know, maybe it’s just because I am in the helping profession, but it often seems to me that most of the time most people relate to life as though it were a problem to be solved.
How many times have you gone out of your way to avoid salespeople (like those ones who come knocking on your door at dinner time or the ones at the grocery store trying to sell you a newspaper subscription)?
I spent the better part of 2018 in total struggle. I felt lost in my professional work, insecure in my life direction, and totally confused about how to move forward.
What is the toxic feminine? In a nutshell, the toxic feminine is the use of COVERT manipulation through the emotions. It is the killer of connection and the executioner of love itself
Hypoactive Sexual Arousal Disorder and Inhibited Sexual Desire are terms used to medically diagnose women who identify as having a low sex drive or little to no interest in sex
We all know how it goes. The sex is great at the beginning of the relationship but, then after a few months (or even years if you’re lucky) something happens.
Ok y’all just gotta rant on this one here for a minute because seriously I am going to puke if I hear one more woman complain that her man is not “masculine enough” for her.
A SECRET ABOUT ME (THIS IS VULNERABLE)
It’s not a new feeling for you. In fact you have probably been carrying it with you since you were a child. Problem is that because guilt has become such a familiar friend to you, you don’t even realize it’s there.
Birth work as sex work? Seldom do we connect the experience of birth with the erotic or the sexual. Why is it that though we all come from sex that we seem to forget the inherently erotic—dare we say orgasmic—nature of the birth experience?
Pubic hair removal? Think twice. When did we begin relating to our pubic hair as though it were weeds to be plucked, pulled, eradicated and annihilated from the human body? And what if there are some very good reasons to stop the deforestation and keep the bush?
One of the practices I recommend for nearly all of my clients across the board is the self-pleasure practice.
Also referred to as mindful erotic practice, the art of skillful self-pleasure is one of the most valuable and effective tools for aiding women in the awakening and expansion of their sensual capacity (that is the ability to feel more and more sensation in the body) as well as the path to igniting their sexual arousal and activating desire.
This is particularly true for women who identify as having low desire or low libido, though a self-pleasure practice is equally useful for women who consider themselves as having a high desire or high libido as well. When we are alive and supercharged in this way, our sexual energy literally becomes like a currency we can use in any way we wish-whether in the boardroom or the bedroom, whether in a relationship or not.
When our erotic bank accounts are full, we have access to more life, joy, pleasure, connection and love.
If you’re curious to learn more then please Join me in this week’s podcast episode of the Sex Talk Café “The Pleasure Date: Filling Your Erotic Bank Account”
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Dec 03, 19 08:35 PM
You know how it goes. You feel hurt by something your partner did or said. Then he feels disrespected by how you reacted. He thinks you are over reacting. You think he was totally inconsiderate of you…
Nov 26, 19 09:00 PM
Ok y’all, yet again I have to rant on this one. Just had a woman tell me that every professional she has seen (and shes visited quite a few!) has told her that it is “normal” for a woman to NOT have a…
Nov 14, 19 09:33 PM
You know how when your partner does or says something that really ticks you off, but then you don’t say anything about it because you want to “keep the peace”? Or you consider yourself a “non-confront…
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