Dr. Alexandra Solomon and I discuss her new book, Taking Sexy Back, and dive into what it means to have great sex with yourself and others.
You must learn to advocate for your needs. Because if you don’t, who will? This is your work and no one else’s. You are 100% responsible for your needs.
The work of cultivating love and building a love life you can be proud of does not happen overnight. It happens one day at a time. Little by little.
Can you get clear on what your needs are, and then find language to communicate those needs in a way that is easy for people to meet?
Janel Marie and I guide you through an introduction to non-monogamy. Learn the different kinds, how to talk about it, and how to deal with jealousy.
Brandon G. Alexander and I explore the notion that relationships take work and that we’re all better off for having done it. Let’s get to work, shall we?
How do you leave a loving relationship knowing that you deserve more? How do you honor your relationship while honoring yourself and leave it?
How can you trust that the next relationship will be as good or better than the last? How do you stop comparing your new partner to your old partner?
Opening up as a man can be as scary as welcoming that male vulnerability. Shana James and I explore how to do it and why it’s needed in building intimacy.
Your relationship needs intimacy, passion and commitment if you want it to stand the test of time. Dr. Robert Sternberg explains the triangular love theory.