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This is the final part of a series of three posts about how we can use conflict to serve our relationships, instead of seeing it as a threat to closeness. I recommend reading part one and […]
This is part two of a series of three posts about how we can use conflict to serve our relationships, instead of seeing it as a threat to closeness. I recommend reading part one first […]
This is part one of a series of three posts about how we can use conflict to serve our relationships, instead of seeing it as a threat to closeness. Part two and part three have […]
Three years ago I started my first sharing circle with a handful of strangers in a church hall. I was incredibly nervous; I remember doing a lot of googling beforehand – “how to start a […]
Endometriosis is a condition where endometrial tissue, which lines the uterus, grows outside of the uterus in other parts of the pelvic region. This tissue can grow on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, bladder, bowel, and […]
Feeling challenged by staying in your body during sex is a challenge with staying in the present moment. The mind is great for predicting or planning the future, or ruminating on the past, but it’s […]
Arguing with someone I care about is one of my clearest triggers. I’ll start out fine: I’ll stay rational and reasonably calm. I’ll be able to remember to have compassion for their alternative view. If […]
Different parts of our brains are responsible for the four responses we often default to when in a situation we perceive as threatening: people-pleasing (hyper-socialisation), fight, flight, and freeze. Because these responses don’t distinguish between […]
Intimacy is often closely associated with sex – to the extent that the words are sometimes interchangeable. But sex and intimacy don’t quite mean the same thing, and one is not a requirement in enjoying […]
Polyamory is the sometimes challenging, often liberating, and almost always unpredictable practice of having multiple simultaneous intimate, sexual relationships with different people. But more than this: polyamorous relationships, when done successfully, force us to confront the things we’re scared of in a much more immediate way than monogamous commitments. So what does polyamory really mean, and why would we choose it?