Defining monogamy, sex work, & women need consent too w/Melissa Danielle (part 1)

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Relationships are the cornerstone of the human experience. How we relate to one another and how we relate to ourselves creates the texture of our lives. Yet, we rarely invest the kind of time and attention that healthy relationships require. From neglecting our self-care to ignoring the changes in ourselves that create riffs in our pairing, relationships need to be tended, regularly.  

This week’s episode is part 1 of my conversation with my dear sister friend, Melissa Danielle. Melissa is a pillar in my sister-support system. Her insightfulness never ceases to amaze me. I love the way she shows up for herself, unapologetically. It is impossible not to be inspired in her company… and that’s real! Our conversation got so juicy that I had to divide it in two! 

In this episode we explore:

Self-care and amping up juiciness

Kissing with your eyes open

Taking advantage of ovulation

Negotiating your relationship like you negotiate salary




“Turned on by a taste… ”  Melissa Danielle          Melissa Danielle             

About Melissa Danielle:

As a multi-passionate, disruptive, and creative badass, Melissa shows ambitious women how to ditch unattainable weight loss goals, recover from Someday, and take their pleasure seriously so they can become the wildest and juiciest versions of themselves. 

Check out Melissa’s Truth and Desire Lab, follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

The following is mentioned in this episode:

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck – Mark Manson

Watch Me Disappear – Janelle Brown

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