Do you want one surefire way to know if the way you’re interacting with your partner is something that they’re into? Get their consent! Is there a place for getting consent even in a long-term relationship where you’re pretty sure you know what your partner wants (and doesn’t want)? Absolutely! It turns out that getting consent is a pathway to deeper intimacy and presence – for ALL relationships. In today’s episode, you’ll learn how to re-introduce the language of consent into your relationship in a way that’s empowering for both you and your partner, and you’ll discover exactly why your “no” creates even more relationship health than your “yes”. Along the way, you’ll strengthen the trust and fuel the passion in your connection.
As always, I’m looking forward to your thoughts on this episode and what revelations and questions it creates for you. Please join us in the Relationship Alive Community on Facebook to chat about it! Or email YOUR recorded questions to questions (at) relationshipalive dot com.
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