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NEVER LOSE PASSION OVER TIME…
The problem with relationships is that the longer they go, the more we tend to become comfortable with them. Many couples lose that spark of passion as the comfort grows. Learn how to keep that spark alive.
KEEP ROMANCE THRIVING
Life has a way of throwing us a lot of curve balls. How can we find romance? How can we keep romance thriving in our relationships as they grow and change? Learn ways to keep intimacy alive.
AVOID UNHEALTHY PITFALLS, GROW HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS
Lots of unhealthy relationships start from things that seem small and insignificant at the time. You will learn all the things that will help you grow healthy relationships and avoid unhealthy pitfalls that are often the beginning of the end for a relationship.
BUILD YOUR BEDROOM SKILLS
Even those who have a natural knack in the bedroom, you can always pick up a new technique or two or improve the ones you already know. Learn to have the best sex of your life for the next 40 years.
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Let’s Talk About Shh.. is a podcast where we discuss challenges, advice, and tips about love, intimacy, and relationships.
In each episode, we tackle new ideas and topics related to sex. Together we will deepen our understanding of human connection and how it impacts our lives.
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In our culture, people are constantly bombarded with images and messages that tell them their worth is based on their appearance and their ability to please others. Cis-gendered women, in particular, are constantly surrounded with images and messages that promote the idea that their value lies in their physical appearance and their ability to please men. This is called objectification, and it’s a real problem. Not only does it lead to unrealistic expectations and body image issues, but it can also have a serious impact on our mental and physical health. It’s time to start talking about objectification and how it can impact us.
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