And then there’s your relationship. And it’s just not so easy to win there…or to even know what to aim for.
I mean, you love your guy. He’s amazing in his own right, and your life together is really good.
You yearn for so much more.
And while everything looks pretty good on the outside…you have this nagging feeling that there’s still a lot to learn about how to be a turned on, powerful woman who enjoys intimacy and passion at home.
This has become a priority and you are excited to learn how to make it happen.
I met my Harvard trained husband in medical school and for the first years of our marriage, I was intimidated by his mind and his professional prowess. I also was concerned that I was too much for him emotionally.
Too expressive. Too vibrant. Too alive–as I juggled medical training, raising children, running a household, plus a few volunteer projects.
In those days, I couldn’t bear to have him feel threatened– So, yup, I dialed down so he would be comfortable, and I know you know what I am talking about.
That was then…Fast forward and we have been married for
26 years. We have an extraordinary, collaborative marriage. We raise our four children together and each of us has busy professional lives. We both feel supported, and super turned on with one another.
I have learned how to honor myself, know what I desire, ask for it, and open to receive it. I will show you how to do so too.
This kind of relationship creates more energy to thrive at work.
It turns parenting into a deeply gratifying and collaborative endeavor.
Life is more exciting, and of course, my marriage itself is filled with pleasure, expansion, unexpected delights and ever more opportunities to learn and grow. Together.