Most relationships start hot and steamy with plenty of pleasure and intimacy, but as time goes by these often reduce in frequency and intensity and sometimes they come to a halt.
Is it possible that your relationship is just going through a temporary ‘dry’ spell or season or is this how it will remain forever? What can you do to change things for the better?
Find the answers to these questions and many more during this evening hosted by Leah Spasova of the Lifesexperts
A Social Psychologist, Situational Ethicist, and Sex & Relationships Educator, Leah focuses her work on helping individuals to improve their social skills, confidence, self-esteem, resilience, ability to deal with difficulties, maintain good physical and mental health and more.
- Leah Spasova - Social Psychologist and Sex and Relationships Educator - LIFESEXPERTS
- Lori Beth Bisbey - Psychologist, Sex and Intimacy Coach, Author - Wolf's Fire
- Jacqueline Chan - Life Coach and Yoga & Meditation Practitioner - Energy Before Matter
- Glen Wiseman, Panel Moderator - Sex and Relationships Educator - Brook and The Mix Charity
After the panel discussion, Leah will explore the topic of sexless relationships in 2 parts:1. How relationships enter a dry season - from a psychological: personal and interpersonal perspective? 2. How to navigate better and get ourselves back on track to a more connected, intimate and pleasure filled relationship?
*Understanding sexless relationshipsThis talk will help you gain insight into the reasons why sex reduces and stops in relationships from a psychological and sexual perspective. Although we shall briefly explore some of the social aspects that affect us, our relationships and sexual life; such as having stressful jobs, having children and else - we will concentrate more on the personal and interpersonal aspects of what causes individuals to end up in sexless relationships. We shall explore what kills passion, desire, and connection between individuals and how our emotional and psychological needs are often unrecognised and unmet and thus we lose interest, we stop yearning, feel pushed away or neglected.
*Ways to reconnect and end the dry seasonContinuing with the psychological: a personal and interpersonal perspective which is rarely shared and spoken about yet it is so very important for us as individuals and partners - we explore how to end the dry season. We shall offer you invaluable strategies to reignite passion and desire, increase the connection and intimacy between you.
Book Your Space:
- When: Thursday 20th of June at 7.30pm
- Where: Sh! 31-35 Pitfield Street, London N1 6HB
- Book Tickets: Lifesexperts