When does sex really start? Is it when you’re taking off your clothes?
Does it start when that heated kissing or “petting” begins? If you are emotionally connected, you already know when sex starts – way before you ever step into the bedroom. If however you’re somewhat detached from your emotions, sex is probably, mainly a physical thing for you.
Regardless of where you are on the spectrum of sexual intelligence, this segment is all about how to build up to it the right way so that it is as enjoyable as it can be. The buildup, the trust, the vulnerability, the attentiveness, the receptiveness, and a whole lot more can make or break a great sexual encounter, let alone a healthy, happy sex life to begin with.
If you want the best sex life possible, make everything else except sex as healthy and happy as possible. Segment one of this episode is dedicated to sex (it’s clean, but still an adult subject matter, be advised!).
In segment two I read a message from a woman who asks how to achieve closure and feel better after her boyfriend dumped her. He promised he would treat her right and stay with her but he didn’t keep that promise.
What do you do when someone doesn’t keep a commitment to you? Are romantic commitments supposed to last forever?
When they don’t last, how do you get to closure so you can move on with your life? It might be a tough lesson to learn that love isn’t enough and doesn’t override everything.
During the close of the show, I talk about an old episode where I invited Jordan Harbinger of The Art of Charm podcast to talk with me about non-verbal communication. I made a very verbal mistake at the beginning of our talk but that error and unintentional disrespect toward him created a friendship that lasts to this day. This last segment is all about authenticity and how you show up in the world even when you make a fool of yourself at a critical moment in time and life.
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