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In this fascinating podcast, we speak to the founder of Intimacy On Set Ita O'Brien about her role in the film and TV industry as an Intimacy Coordinator. Ita has worked on the recent Netflix hit series (that we love) Sex Education, written by Laurie Nunn, as well as shows for the BBC, HBO, and Warner Bros. For more information, please visit intimacyonset.com
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Saying sorry is never easy. But it’s especially difficult when it means revealing something that has become such a normal part of life, something we do almost naturally. If I tell you the truth, will you still love me? If I tell the truth, will it encourage others to step forward and say, ‘Yeah, me too - I’d prefer to live in a more authentic world’? Or will I be marginalized and denied? Who knows. All I know is that there are times when we end up being the one...
I am interested in creativity in every area of life. What’s interesting to me is that even highly creative people often lose their originality when it comes to love, sex and relationships.
I have a pretty good sense of why that is: For over 50 years we’ve burdened this area of our lives with unrealistically heavy expectations. I see it representing a crucial place of belonging for many people.
During the 20th century, we’ve seen communities breaking down...
In this podcast, we take a clip from our online course. This clip comes from our Communication Mastery section with JP Sears.
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In this video, Steve speaks to JP Sears about how we need to stop trying to fix our partner and why this is so important!
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In this video, we take a clip from our online course and speak to Vanessa Petronelli (Celebrity Coach) about what it means to have our non-negotiables in intimate relating. Whether you are partnered or single, this is a great video to re-imagine your vision for your life!
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How to Bring Out the Best in Your Partner:
When Your Partner Identifies as a Man
by David Bruce Leonard and Jodi Baygood
Please Note: All people have masculine and feminine qualities, regardless of their gender. We use the terms "men", "women", "masculine", and "feminine" in this article for convenience, but in truth either polarity can be assigned to either gender. Masculine concepts are applicable to women with a strong masculine alignment and feminine concepts are applicable to men...
Starting a harmonious loving relationship often brings a huge shift in each person’s life. When two become one, a new life is forged. Through the magnetism of the heart and the desire to share more and more moments with each other, every action can be enriched with love and joy as well as a deep confrontation. That being said, it is only natural that when two people devote themselves to each other, other activities fall away to make way for even more shared time. One...
In this podcast, we speak to Janelle Fraser about all the different ways we can up-level our intimate communication with our beloveds. We also speak about how having children can have an impact on your sex life. There is so much to learn from this podcast! For more from Janelle, visit www.janellefraser.com/couplestraining
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Steve Burford: Welcome to this video on hearing and how it can improve your communication. Hearing is a really important aspect of how we communicate with our partners and our friends. So let's jump in the get you into some framework around this.
JP Sears: The first point is that there is listening; then there is...
You can blame it on hook up culture. You can call out a sex-education epidemic, or invoke the wild mystery that is the female body, but when the pants and the inhibitions drop, all that really matters is that women are not having the orgasms they deserve.
Orgasm inequality is a problem of the casual dater, or so the stats would have us believe. The fewer times a hetero couple has had sex, the more likely they are to report a wide disparity between the number of times he has orgasms and...