On today’s show, my partner and I are discussing at least 5 lessons we’ve learned so far in opening our relationship after our sexy trip to Desire Resorts Riviera Maya (you can listen to our experience there on Episode 32). We talk about privacy vs secrecy, autonomy & freedom, regulating our emotions, and differentiation from our partners.
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Here are 10 ways you can revive your erotic spark in your current relationship. My partner, Aaron, and I each give 5 ways that you can revitalize the sexy energy for yourself and your beloved. Depending on if you’re more vanilla or kinky, monogamous or not, you might find some inspiration in these playful ideas.
Listen to this private conversation with a newly polyamorous couple about how they transitioned from traditional monogamy into polyamory, and what they’ve learned about this relationship style and love in general.
Here are a few things we discuss:
1. the desire to cheat 2. how to establish boundaries 3. the uncertainty of relationship longevity 4. the importance of honesty 5. the partner possessiveness a lot of us struggle with 6. they also give some tips for meeting and connecting with other like-minded individuals who are open to exploring polyamory and open relationships
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The podcast is BACK!!! Most of you know that I recently changed the title of my podcast to MYTHS, MATING, & MINDSET. As much as I love my previous title, F*ck Like a Woman, because of the strength and boldness that it conveys for women to reclaim their bodies and their sexuality, I also really wanted to extend a big figurative bear hug to all of the folks out there who are looking for some optimism and playfulness in their love lives, who might otherwise overlook these empowering messages, and welcome them to our little tribe of independent thinkers.
Truthfully, it took me a while to come up with a title that encapsulated the top 3 themes of my core messages about relationships, sexuality, and love, which really center around deconstructing rigid ways of thinking that limit our full humanity, and redesigning relationships in ways that enhance more meaningful connections with each other that deepen our sense of purpose on this earth, and practicing shifting our mindset to bring out the best in ourselves and each other, which ultimately landed me at Myths, Mating, and Mindset.
The way I see it is, by understanding how our external world directly shapes how we love ourselves and others, we really empower ourselves to reshape our own reality, which of course, in effect, changes the tribe in which we live. It’s a both/and way to living life. We need to live in harmonious communities with each other just as much as we need individuation to hear the beat of our own drum. Just about everything I study is rooted in my intention to unearth the humanity that lies within all of us. In other words, for those of us who want to kick ass in life and have fun doing it, it’s a bomb ass way to journey through life.
Let’s talk opening up relationships! Today’s podcast is about our sexy vacation to Desire Resort & Spa Riviera Maya. We’re talking about how to navigate the conversation of opening up your relationship, how to communicate your wants & wishes inside and outside the bedroom, your wandering desire for others, and how to invite another couple/single to play with you while staying at a sexy resort like Desire.
Here are some questions we answer on this episode:
What is Desire Resort & Spa?
What kinds of couples go there? What is the atmosphere?
Why did we choose to go there?
What did we learn? About ourselves, about the experience, the lifestyle, open relationships?
What did we learn about our own relationship?
What did we take away from the experience?
Would we go back?
Did we leave with any meaningful connections to other couples?