You Are NOT the Same Sexual Being Your Ex Knew

Hi guys,

I am actually really excited to bring to you this audio post today, because the subject is so real to me and it is something that I think we need to be open and honest about.

In this post I riff on one of the biggest sexual hurdles women and men have to overcome not only to move on to a new relationship but also to heal and come to terms with your own sexual desires.

Within this post :

>>  I talk about growing and evolving as a person and as a being with sexual wants and desires, a little bit about my own experience and how I got over feeling as if I was a prude.

>> The tips in this post allowed me to be super honest about what I want ( to my partner and myself) when it came to sex and it was such a powerful shift.

>> We talk why BDSM and Vanilla sex both require trust, respect of your boundaries and an open door to explore your desires safely.

You are allowed to feel differently with another person and even want to try something that may have been of the table before, simply because with this new person, you feel safe, you want to experiment and you are ready to.

There is no rush when it comes to sex, in fact it is one of the many activities we will do as adult humans that is natural and goes to your individual pacing, tastes and enjoyment levels. The act is one that connects you to your partner, because of how intimate it is, how you share energies and how you also share health truths.

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You Are NOT The Same Sexual Being Your Ex Knew

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What mood should you be in to break up?

Is there an ideal mood that you should be in when you decide to break up?

I know it may seem like a weird question, but it occurred to me that most of the time when I’ve seen a break up being depicted, be it on TV, a movie, a book or even in real life, the mood is one of heartbreak and pain.

People are angry, defensive and ready to lash out, so is this the mood you have to be, in order to follow through with the break up, or is this just a thing we think we should be feeling because of the situation?

In this post, I riff on one of the events in life that just about everyone has gone through as long as they have been in a relationship that has come to an end, be it platonic, romantic or even professional. I will be focusing more on the romantic aspect, but you get my drift.

Within this post:

>> I delve into the world of break ups and question everything about the phenomenon that has got to be one of the more heartbreaking and highly turbulent emotional situations a person has to go through.

>> I talk about the right time to break up and what the ideal mood may actually be to make this process so much easier and somewhat less insanely positive. I also go through whether you should you do break up impulsively or if you should only do it after you’ve given it a proper think through.

>> I give tips on the different levels of relationships, the ideal pace of going through a relationship that will be strong, nurturing and  I explore the discrepancies we have for our BFF versus our partner.

You are allowed to be in whatever mood you need to be, when choosing to end a relationship, but you’re never allowed to be cruel or mean. The other thing I go through is the importance of building a proper foundation of love, respect and trust in ALL relationships.

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What mood should you be in to break up?

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