In this episode of Shades of Intimacy, Jason and Jennie talk about the images of “fixing” things and entering into a fixer upper relationship. Jennie goes over the story of her buying her first house . . . but it was a fixer upper and it was a terrible experience and how that can happen in a relationship.
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By Shades of Intimacy — 6 months ago
In this episode of Shades of Intimacy, Jason and Jennie are celebrating their 7th Anniversary with their listeners. Fresh from an 8-day men’s intensive retreat at a Zen Monastery, they were anything but relaxed and refreshed. Hitting the floor running without time to reconnect after a busy three weeks, Jennie desired the certainty she gets from Jason in their relationship. Knowing when your partner needs support, an arm around the back or a kick in the ass comes from time and practice in your relationship and identifying the difference of feeling a trigger and feeling the truth. If the Goddess Kali is on the table get ready for someone to yell, “Off with his head;” but in a loving, supportive way.
By Shades of Intimacy — 5 months ago
In this episode of Shades of Intimacy, becoming complacent in your relationship and accepting that it is “okay being good enough,” is a lie. Being real and raw with where you are and where you want to be is the first step; next is owning your shit. Look around at what you have, because that is what you want. The Intimacy Map will give you the key to find your way out of just good enough to achieve the amazing you desire.
By Shades of Intimacy — 8 months ago
In this episode of Shades of Intimacy, Jason is back in the studio and joined by Suzanne Wagner. The pair follows up the conversations about the female orgasms, with one directed at the men. There are techniques to lasting longer and staying present with your woman. No shame in being a 2 pump chump, but if you want to get your woman to achieve all of the pleasure she can, you will need to practice control. Access the doorway through sex, to get the connection you desire. And practice, practice, practice.