Some topics are hard to talk about, even with our partner, or especially with our partner. Most couples have ‘relationship taboos’ that are never discussed. But discussing the undiscussable may just be the next right thing for you!
2020 is coming to a close and I’m taking the time now, before the holidays kick off and the children take up most of my time, for a lengthy reflection and 20 lessons I’ve learned this year. Feel free to add your own lessons learned in 2020 in the comments. I know you must have some!
Having honest and true conversations about our sex lives with our partners is tricky. We feel so vulnerable it gets scary. These conversations, however, can also be incredibly liberating and make room for a more satisfying relationship in all areas.
Which stories spontaneously pop up in your head when you’re faced with a difficult situation? What are they telling you, really?
Are you aware of what you expect from a situation? Or from other people? Or from yourself? Are you brave enough to tell others what your expectations are, and what happens when you don’t?
Which role has sex played in your life thus far? And where did you learn what you know about sex and love? Perhaps it’s time to shed some light on those early lessons we learn.
Why is it so hard to show yourself, as you truly are? What does that fear of vulnerability lead to in your life? And is it possible to move beyond it?
Seriously, I’m asking you, because I’ve struggled with this my entire life. This struggle has led me to a place where I believe many of my friends don’t think I want help, let alone need help. I act as if I can do it all on my own, as if I’m super strong and handlingContinue reading “How do you ask for help?”