I don’t coach on sex and relationships because they’re the most fun or because I’m a girl and that’s all we talk about.
Yesterday I was interviewed about recovery from heart break.
We spoke about losing a relationship but it’s the same for any loss.
When I said exploring sexuality is an important part of healing process there was a pause... um, why exactly?
Partly, because our sexual identity takes a beating in a break up and adds to the list of things making us feel miserable and confused.
But more importantly, the work I do with people is to bring them home to themselves in acceptance of their truth- their truth means owning ALL the aspects of who they are.
When we exclude sexuality it’s a massive glaring omission.
I can’t begin to tell you how much cognitive dissonance and suffering occur from us being disconnected to our bodies and sexuality in this way- men and women.
The work I do with people is about so much more than sex.
It’s about so much more than fixing a relationship.
It’s about real deep and lasting empowerment and freedom.
It the deepest work out there is and sometimes I feel like it’s silly even to be called “coaching” because it puts it in a scene full of superficial, sleek marketing and hype.
For some clients, sexuality is their gateway to integration - owning all the parts of themselves including this drive they’ve been told is illogical and dangerous, or inadequate, or deviant, or any of the other BS messages we take on.
For others, it’s a tiny aspect and is more about connecting with their bodies with acceptance, love and pleasure.
I help people feel resilient, joyful, powerful, kind and free.
And I do discovery calls 😉