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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

Dwight Bain: Complex Emotions during COVID-19

  On the latest Bringing Intimacy Back show, we had special guest Dwight Bain. Dwight has guided thousands of people through challenging times as an Author, Nationally Certified Counselor, Certified Leadership Coach, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and former Family Law Mediator in clinical practice since 1984. Dwight Bain is a trusted media source, having been

It’s OK Not to Feel Grateful Right Now

If you can't access gratitude right now, that's ok. Feel what you feel. There is a lot of pressure to feel grateful for health and well-being during this COVID-19 crisis. After all, so many others are in terrible pain. And while gratitude can increase a person’s level of satisfaction, help them see beyond the crisis,

Letitia Browne-James: Black Lives Matter and Mental Health

  On our recent show, we had special guest Letitia Browne-James. Dr. Letitia Browne-James is the Founder and Owner of Victorious Living Counseling & Consulting, LLC. She is a Board Certified Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor (FL), Qualified Clinical Supervisor (FL), and Florida Behavioral Health Case Manager Supervisor with over ten years of experience working

Seneca Williams: Reinventing and Discovering You New Career with Passion

On our Latest Bringing Intimacy Back show, we had guests, Seneca Williams, LMHC is an online therapist and international professional coach, with an online practice established in 2015. As a mental health advocate, she volunteers her time to various mental health causes. She also speaks and writes, to promote mental health wellness for professionals and entrepreneurs.

What Might Have Been: Grief and Gratitude in a Pandemic

    We are in a collective state of grief, which is expressed in many ways. Grief for our children and their development; grief for our family members and their health; and grief for our plans and our future selves. We grieve what might have been, which feels more like what “should have” been and

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