How To Talk About Fantasies In Your Relationship- Without Getting Rejected

£9.99

This workshop isn’t just about swinging; the techniques I share with you can be used whenever you want to discuss sex and intimacy within your relationship, as the scary feelings you experience whenever you think about doing this stem from the same place. Vulnerability.

So regardless of whether it’s blindfolds, BDSM or three-in-bed sex you want to talk about, after watching this workshop, you will know exactly what and what not to say to your partner!

Yes, opening up to each other is scary, but I’m here to guide you through it!

How To Talk About Fantasies In Your Relationship

 

What Are You Going To Learn? 

This workshop isn’t just about swinging; the techniques I share with you can be used whenever you want to discuss sex and intimacy within your relationship, as they all stem from the same place. So regardless of whether it’s blindfolds, BDSM or three-in-bed sex you want to talk about, after watching this workshop, you will know exactly what and what not to say to your partner!

It’s really scary talking about sex.

Opening up to one another comes from a place of vulnerability, and being vulnerable is scary.

The best form of communication is the type that stems from a place of vulnerability; fear, insecurity, wants, needs, and sexual desire all come from a place of vulnerability.

However, talking about your desires and fantasies is a big step and one that we all have to take if we want to explore sexually within our relationships.

But talking about sex with your partner also includes the risk of rejection. And no one wants that! When it comes to relationships and facing potential rejection from our partners, it all becomes a lot more scary and personal.

But I am here to teach you how to discuss fantasies with your partner, how to overcome the fear of rejection, what they may be experiencing and what can happen due to these conversations. 

Spoiler alert. It’s all positive.

 

I will also be answering your FAQs such as:

Why does my partner dismiss the idea of talking about sex?

What happens after I’ve opened up to my partner. where do we go from there?

How can I generate that first conversation without feeling embarrassed?

I’m scared of being branded a pervert!

£9.99