My podcast guest, Susan Bratton is a sex expert who talked about how to restore libido and desire after menopause. So many great tips!
My podcast guest, Susan Bratton, spoke about how to maintain libido and desire after menopause. A Sex Advisor to Millions, Susan is the Author of 34 books, a television celebrity, YouTube star, Instagram influencer, and spokesperson and advocate for sexual wellness. She is passionate about lovemaking and bedroom communication skills. Susan is a phenomenon in the world of pleasure and connection. She has appeared in 500 podcasts, speaking engagements, TV appearances, and radio shows.
My podcast guest, Elizabeth DiAlto, lives her life fully expressed. Follow her comedic journey to real love through the dating apps.
Known for her raw, honest, and grounded approach to self help and spirituality, my podcast guest, Elizabeth DiAlto is an Integrative Spiritual counselor, creator of Wild Soul Movement, an author, and the host of the popular podcast, Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto. She’s been a teacher, leader, speaker, coach and trainer to groups and individuals for over 15 years.
Elizabeth works with women all across the globe through her digital programs and speaking engagements and more intimately through in-person intensives, retreats, workshops, and Wild Soul Movement™ teacher training. Her greatest mission in this life is to help those who identify as women worldwide to reclaim and redefine their own womanhood, and contribute to a new paradigm of culture where it is both safe and natural for women to love, trust, and accept themselves fully.
In 2013, Shape Magazine listed her alongside Dr Oz, Ellen, Jillian Michaels, and Tim Ferriss as a Top 30 Motivator. She has written for and been featured in many important publications. Aside from being a prolific creator and community builder, she’s an insatiable learner and a sensualist who loves spas, bathtubs, dancing (especially salsa!), reading, traveling, spending time in nature, and she has a laugh that has been described as, “a sound bath of sunshine and JOY.”
From a sexless marriage to sexual healing and awakening, my podcast guest, Xanet Pailet will inspire you to increase your pleasure and intimacy.
My podcast guest, Xanet Pailet, is a former New York City health care lawyer who lived in a sexless marriage for over two decades. After experiencing her sexual healing and awakening in 2011, she transitioned her career into a full- time sex and intimacy educator and coach. She works with individuals and couples to empower them around their sexuality and strengthen relationship and intimacy skills.
Xanet is a certified Somatica® Sex and Intimacy Coach, Sexological Body Worker, Holistic Pelvic Care Practitioner, Tantra Educator and Somatica Experiencing Trauma Practitioner. She’s on the faculty of the Ecstatic Living Institute and the Somatica Institute.
My radio guest, sexpert Gail Crowder, shared her best tips for having better sex and building a deeper emotional connection in relationships.
My radio guest, Gail Crowder, shared her tips for building intimacy and emotional connection with a partner. She is a certified master sexpert, marriage and life coach plus best-selling author. She dedicates her time to building the self-perception, public image, spiritual values and individual life purpose of her clients. She has been on television and radio shows for her expert advice on relationships. Her company focuses on ‘Bringing Sexy Back to the Marriage’ and provides a safe space dedicated to the spiritual and sexual enhancement of marriages. She has five books; Your Purse Sized Fashion Guide, Chronicles of Real Sexy Wives, Tall Glass of Water, Bringing Sexy Back to Your Marriage, and Keep Your Legs Open.
Download, listen to, and read highlights for episode #317: How to Reconnect With a Partner Emotionally, Sexually and Spiritually.
If you struggle with body shame, you must watch this video. My guest shares tips to help you truly love the body you’re in.
As a love coach for women over 40, it’s my mission to help women value themselves first. I believe that a woman of value attracts her best partner and lives her best life.
Along comes that nasty saboteur…body shame. Why do so many women dislike their bodies so much? Unfortunately it often starts at a young age, and the shame is perpetuated by the media with unrealistic images of what women ‘should’ look like in order to be seen as beautiful and sexy. This body shame gets in the way of women having the love we deserve. It’s time to change that!