Because I specialise in sex, intimacy and relationships, my social media content is often all about sex. My profile headshot is considered sexy by some because my cleavage is visible. My bios clearly state that I am a coach, a therapist, an educator, a writer, a speaker, and a media host. I listen, talk and write for a… Continue reading LinkedIn is NOT a Dating App: Etiquette and Boundaries on Social Media
Polyamorous relationships come in an infinite number of configurations. For more about how different open relationships might look including an owner loaner relationship, you can find one of my articles hereand a seriesof podcastshere. D/s relationships are ones in which dominance and submission are the primary feature. D/s relationships are authority transfer based relationships because the submissive gives authority over… Continue reading Non-Monogamy and Hierarchical Relationships: From Polyamory to Owner Loaner Model
The time between New Year’s Day and just before Valentine’s Day is known as breaking up season. Couples who have been struggling for during the autumn and through the holiday season often use the ‘new year, new you’ energy as an impetus to end the relationship so that they can look towards Valentine’s day as… Continue reading The Modern Guide to Breaking Up: Introduction
How Erotic Love Making Can Bring the Heat Back to Your Relationship Rough sex has become more and more trendy over the past five to ten years. There’s been lots of emphasis on spicing things up in a relationship by become rougher, trying things like spanking and flogging, and engaging in power exchange. Rough sex… Continue reading How Erotic Love Making Can Bring the Heat Back to Your Relationship
We experience shame when we cannot own something we have thought, felt, or done or some part of ourselves. Guilt can be appropriate when we have done something we know is wrong and harmed ourselves and/or others. It serves the purpose of getting us to look at the wrong and highlighting the wrong so that we can make amends, change our behaviour.