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Cultivating a Connecting S.E.X. Life in a Relationship with Debbie Marielle

Debbie Marielle grew up in a sex-shaming, hook up culture, endured a decade in a sex and love- starved, unhappy marriage, before creating life changing intimacy with her husband. Now her passion as a romantic is to help others experience the divine pleasure of a loving, intimate relationship and physical bond. Her professional story is

Sexy Money with Mel O

Coming up on July 14 Guest Speaker Mel O will discuss bringing financial literacy to everyone! Sexy Money! Money, Sex, Etc.! This is always the place Where Intimacy is Real and you will laugh, learn and love alongside our hosts every Thursday at 3:30pm EST Live! “A boss screamin’ in my ear about who I’m supposed

What is Love with Juan Lee

Coming up June 9 Guest Speaker Juan Lee will be discussing What is Love. What is the true meaning of love? What does it mean to love? Is love real? Don't question love anymore, Bringing Intimacy Back will lay your questions to bed. This is always the place Where Intimacy is Real and you will

Dr. Talal H. Alsaleem, PsyD, LMFT: I can’t move on from my cheating partner! Where do I go from here?

Dr. Talal H. Is an award-winning marriage counselor and researcher. Dr. Talal is the author of the acclaimed book, Infidelity: The Best Worst Thing that Could Happen to Your Marriage. Dr. Talal is the founder of the Infidelity Counseling Center. On the show, Dr. Talal will provide the audience with essential information to broaden their

Dr. Jeanne Safer: How to Love Somebody who disagrees with your political views

Jeanne Safer, PhD is a psychotherapist who has been in private practice for over forty-five years.  Dr. Saferis the author of seven acclaimed and thought-provoking books on neglected psychological issues. Dr. Safer’s newest book published her book -I Love You, But I Hate Your Politics. Dr. Safer has appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Fox News

How to Use Love Languages in Your Relationship

  By: Heidi Byers The Golden Rule, “do unto others as you would have others do unto you” has a lot more to do with just treating others nicely or karma. Having this principle instilled in us from an early age, we develop an understanding of how we want to be loved. Dr. Gary Chapman,

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