Interview: The intimate adventures of a 48 year old mother

Interview: The intimate adventures of a 48 year old mother
Closeness

 
 
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Hot sex and great intimacy is not just for young people. In this episode we cover a lot of territory such as:

 

– Stigmas and judgements about homosexuality and whether it’s easier for a woman to be openly bisexual in today’s society

– Judgements and whether it’s possible not to judge

– If the concept of non-judgement is a myth – Double penetration

– What is true love, devotion and monogamy?

– Does being jealous mean you don’t “truly” love the person? 

– If you are jealous are you loving conditionally?

– Why people think that they’ll be just fine if their relationship ends

– A deep exploration of breakup pain

– Exploring whether it’s healthy to immediately start seeing other people after just ending a relationship

– How to help someone with anxiety when they’re in pain

– Do men need women and do women need men?  

– What does it mean to need attention

– BONUS: A few details about Persian culture. Enjoy!

 

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