I'M AN ORIGINAL CATCHPHRASE

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These are the topics that can be purchased for delivery in the format of a 
lecture, seminar, workshop or in a combination of the three.
Related topics can be packaged together as Bundle Sets.
 

​Nobody knows what women want. Why? On signals giving and encrypted, confusing messages; Playing games or doing business-approaches to potential relationships; The languages of Love and Apology; Talking about sex: before, during and after

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Communication skills
for couples

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

This topic focuses on the practical side of communication, it establishes what all healthy conversations need and it aims to address common communication pitfalls, teach good communication strategies, and look into personal issues and differences that contribute to poor communication style. It provokes personal exploration of tendencies to adopt unhealthy methods of communication that are damaging for the individual and relationships such as lack of communication, miscommunication, deviation from topic etc.

Fifty thousand shades of consent, beyond the simple YES and NO; It takes two to tango-responsibility and blame in relationships; Talking about sex: before, during and after; Sexual grooming, coercion, pressure -learning to recognise them and stay safe; Sexual trauma - paths to healing

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The importance of understanding the foundations of consent

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

What is consent? How do we make sure we obtain it? The basics of consent are covered, and consent is explored in different contexts and in relation to everyday encounters. Saying Yes, and saying No and meaning it. What does deflection of a straight, definite answer result in? Why is it hard to say or hear ‘No’? How to cope with hearing No? How to recognise and cope with difficult, pushy, disrespectful people? This topic aims to explore all of these questions and more, it aims to help attendees recognise and reflect on their experiences of saying Yes and No and gaining the needed skills and confidence to establish their boundaries firmly.  

Communication skills for couples; Nobody knows what women want… Why? On signals giving and crypted, confusing messages; Playing games or doing business -approaches to potential relationships; Types of relationships: monogamous, polyamorous, friends with benefits, casual, occasional, etc.; Allowing yourself and others to just be human; Being there for your partner: holding space and other techniques

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Your personal Manual of Use & Terms and Conditions in relationships

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Can the application of business principles to personal development, personal aims and goals in relationships empower and guide us to healthier relationships with ourselves and others? This topic is an in depth probe into self exploration and learning, which would help identify and understand one’s needs and wants, their own conditions, boundaries, limits, deal breakers and more. It also provides guidance of how to utilise business methodology and principles into our daily encounters and relationships.

Allowing yourself and others to just be human; Normality and its definitions

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Morals versus Ethics -
us and others

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Exploring the difference between ‘morals’ and ‘ethics’ and how we apply these in daily life. Addressing double standards, morals lecturing and lack of sensitivity and understanding of ethics and ethical issues. This topic aims to increase understanding and ability to spot unethical treatment in all sorts of settings in life and relationships. It also provokes personal, societal and structural exploration of our personal lives and the world.

Emotional intelligence; Allowing yourself and others to just be human; Why do I/They do it? Understanding motivation; Self esteem and Value; Everything is about You, everything is about Them

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Relationship with the self - the realm of self sufficiency, value, respect, healthy egocentricity

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

The one and only thing a person has, truly and until their last breath, is themselves. It only makes sense to invest in our relationship with ourselves and aim to continuously take the best care of our needs and overall health. This topic aims to explore the concepts of self-sufficiency, self-reliance, value, mental health and more. Additionally it provokes self exploration of areas for improvement and encourages investment in mindful personal development.

Communication skills for couples; Your personal Manual of Use & Terms and Conditions in relationships

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The languages of Love and Apology

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Everyone has their own languages of Love and Apology. Understanding and communicating to others what makes us feel loved, cared for, appreciated, desired, etc. is key to happy relationships with greater satisfaction. Understanding how we accept apology or need to give our apologies to others is key to resolving conflicts and hurt. This topic dives into personal exploration, and aims to empower people to be more mindful and skilled in their interpersonal relationships.

Emotional intelligence; Allowing yourself and others to just be human; Unhealthy ownership and codependency in relationships; The truth about relationships’ lifetime -Busting unhealthy Disney ideals: pure statistics and findings on relationships satisfaction, issues, and length of relationships; How do you see your relationships-as Finite or Infinite opportunities?

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The mechanisms behind falling in Love

Lecture, Seminar

What do science and professionals say about falling blindly in Love? This topic is an overview of research and shared experience and expertise by researchers, psychologists, therapists and more. It looks into the processes and also the circumstances that play a role when two people meet and fall in love. It provokes personal exploration of tendencies and ideas about what Love is about, how it is experienced, what its value is and why we crave and search for it.

Self esteem and Value; The connection mind-body-feelings-sex; Allowing yourself and others to just be human; Communication skills for couples; Your personal Manual of Use & Terms and Conditions in relationships

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Body shape, body shame?

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

This topic explores ideas about beauty and looks into how shaming affects people’s self image, mental health, life choices and sex lives. It also looks into different tastes and personal preferences that are rarely discussed in the public domain. It aims to address self esteem and self acceptance as well as the needed partners’ support with and appreciation of one’s insecurities.

Sexual openness and pleasure; Self esteem and Value; Emotional intelligence; The power of daily language over our self and others perception; Body shape-body shame?; The big three sexual organs - a path to sexual satisfaction; Sexual shame and its effects on individuals and couples; Sexual objectification: issues and debates; Women fake it. The price we pay for faked orgasms.

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The connection mind-body-feelings-sex

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

In the recent past the connection between mind and body has become a more prominent topic for research and discussion and many have taken steps to improve their mental and physical health by working on both fronts. However the connection between the mind - body - feelings and sex is hardly discussed, yet so important. This topic focuses on exploration of the interwoven relationship between each of these and the holistic method we can employ to address this complicated relationship in a positive way.

Communication skills for couples; Sexual openness and pleasure; The connection mind-body-feelings-sex; Self esteem and Value; Sex toys - no shame, just fun; Women fake it. The price we pay for faked orgasms.

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Talking about sex: before, during and after

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Every relationship expert or person with experience would say that communication is key for successful relationships. Communication about everything. Sex may not be the glue that keeps people together, but it is an important ingredient in relationships and being able to talk about it and keep it alive and well, makes a huge difference to whether people are satisfied and happy or end up in sexless relationships, that make them feel unimportant, disregarded, unloved, and often broken hearted or torn due to infidelity. This topic focuses on skills of knowing how to talk about sex and intimacy - before, during and after it, in order to make sure satisfaction is achieved and closeness, love, care, passion and more are exchanged and experienced.

Sexual openness and pleasure; Experiencing oneself as a sexual being; Talking about sex - before, during and after; Women fake it. The price we pay for faked orgasms.

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The Big Three sexual organs - a path to sexual satisfaction

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Sex and pleasure are a mix between art and science, furthermore they are ever changing processes and no one is born all knowing or capable. This topics explores how much potential to pleasure in sex is neglected due to lack of knowledge and too many inhibitions. It discusses practical ways and methods of sexual engagement that can bring more pleasure and satisfaction for all parties involved.

The connection mind-body-feelings-sex; Sexual issues - what’s wrong?; Understanding and recognising Emotional and Psychological Abuse;  Sexual openness and pleasure; Experiencing oneself as a sexual being; Women fake it. The price we pay for faked orgasms.

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Sexual shame and its effects on individuals and couples

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Many people grow up in sexually repressed cultures and societies where the topics of sex and pleasure are taboo. Furthermore lack of discourse on sex or shaming and guilt around the topics lead to a lot of issues in sexual expression, satisfaction and relationships. This itself leads to pathology of the individual and further stigma. This topic discusses how shame is used to suppress sexuality and shame’s extremely adverse effects on individuals, couples and families. Sexual shame is also a major factor contributing to under reported sexual harassment, abuse and rape. Therefore this topic is of great importance as it aims to help people understand the underlying problems that affect society and individuals. The topic also aims to help individuals battle negative internal discourse and shame.

Sexual shame and its effects on individuals and couples; Therapy - one size does not fit all. Finding the type that would suit your needs; Sexual trauma - paths to healing.; Sexual openness and pleasure;  Women fake it. The price we pay for faked orgasms

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Sexual issues - what's wrong?

Lecture, Seminar

Sexual satisfaction does not come easy whenever we want it. What’s wrong? - the question in this topic that would focus on sexual dysfunction, sexual trauma, sexual shame, guilt and inhibitions as well as other factors that stand in the way of having purely enjoyable sex and intimate encounters. It will also provoke personal exploration of individual’s issues and obstacles to pleasure.  

Types of relationships: monogamous, polyamorous, friends with benefits, casual, occasional, etc.; ‘Normality’ and its definitions; Why do I/They do it? Understanding motivation

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Lost in Fidelity: You/They are not enough

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

The definitions of healthy relationships have changed majorly over the past few decades and old structures are more and more falling apart and the silence around the issues they bring to 21 century folks is being disrupted. In this topic questions like: Is monogamy a social structure imposed on people? Are there other options that can make people happier and save relationships? What is monogamish? What are open relationships? What is polyamory? and more is discussed.

Know and recognise the different types of abuse;  Reporting abuse - the power and responsibility to end abuse; Unhealthy ownership and codependency in relationships; It takes two to tango-responsibility and blame in relationships; Psychotherapy - one size does not fit all. Finding the type that would suit your needs.

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Understanding Emotional and Psychological Abuse

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

There is a fine line between Emotional and Psychological abuse, and although they are often used as interchangeable terms, the truth is that they are two separate entities entwined with the same lace of destruction and menace. This topic aims to educate on the differences between Emotional and Psychological abuse and help individuals spot these, and stop abuse from recurring.  

Know and recognise the different types of abuse; Reporting abuse-the power and responsibility to end abuse; Understanding Emotional and Psychological abuse; Sexual trauma - paths to healing; The sex statistics - and what they tell us about the human kind.

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Sexual grooming, coercion, pressure

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Learn about the manipulation and techniques people use to abuse others - sexual grooming, coercion, pressure. It is a well spread and incorrect belief that dangerous sexual predators roam the dark alleys after midnight, but statistics and reality shows us that abusers are often those entrusted and close to us. This topic briefly explores the statistics of sexual abuse and then looks into detail at the methods used to manipulate and coerce victims. It aims to empower individuals through knowledge in order to equip them to successfully spot harmful behaviours and to not fall into skillfully laid out abuse traps.

The connection mind-body-feelings-sex; Self-esteem and Value; Body shame-body shape?; Allowing yourself and others to just be human

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The power of daily language over our self and others perception

Lecture, Seminar

How does our language shape our views about ourselves and others? This topic explores how daily language that is oppressive, sexist, racist, demeaning, and negative is harmful to individuals and shapes our lives by having huge impacts our self and others perception. An in depth analysis of unhealthy discourse and the price society pays for it.  A challenge to explore personal use of language and attitudes.

The importance of understanding the foundations of consent; Communication skills for couples;  It takes two to tango-responsibility and blame in relationships; Sexual openness and pleasure; Talking about sex: before, during, after; The connection mind-body-feelings-sex

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Fifty thousand shades of consent, beyond the simple YES and NO

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

This is an in depth topic addressing the many shades of consent and the related subtopics of communication and timing of establishing consent, setting and defending boundaries, hard and soft limits. It looks into the processes involved in the establishment of trust and continuous need to obtain consent and understand the changing nature of human needs. It aims to help attendees explore their own understanding and needs for consent, as well as ways to incorporate healthy methods of obtaining consent and consciously working through personal boundaries and limits.

Why do I/They do it? Understanding motivation; It takes two to tango - responsibility and blame in relationships; Being there for your partner: holding space and other techniques; Relationship with the self- the realm of self-sufficiency, value, respect, healthy egocentrism;  Your personal Manual of Use & Terms and Conditions in relationships

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Everything is about You, Everything is about Them

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Are you guilty of taking it all personally a little bit too often? This topic provides an insight into motivation and personal needs that provoke behaviours in us and others. Learn about the ways we can understand ourselves and others. An in depth inquiry into our egocentrism, its damaging and positive sides and the way to shift perspective in a beneficial for all way.

Everything is about You, Everything is about Them; Why do I/They do it? Understanding motivation; Relationship with the self- the realm of self-sufficiency, value, respect, healthy egocentrism;

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It takes two to tango - responsibility and blame in relationships

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

What does it take to be in a healthy relationship - surely a lot. Yet, along with many other things it is important to understand shared responsibility and blame distribution. This topic encourages self exploration of unhealthy and repetitive patterns of thought and behaviour and aims to provoke and guide change and growth. Understanding responsibility and blame in all sorts of partnerships results in better cooperation, support, higher ability to resolve issues and higher relationship satisfaction.

Having a relationship after the relationship: a way to grow; Communication skills for couples; Emotional intelligence; It takes two to tango - responsibility and blame in relationships; Playing games or doing business - Approaches to potential relationships; Allowing yourself and others to just be human; The truth about relationships’ lifetime -Busting unhealthy Disney ideals: pure statistics and findings on relationships satisfaction, issues, and length of relationships

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How do you see relationships in Life - as Finite or Infinite opportunities

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

This topic provokes personal exploration related to perceptions of, aims and goals in relationships;  it discusses the concepts of “infinite” and “finite”. It looks into how changing relationships terms, values and goals may prove that dynamic and flexible approaches to relationships can lead to long lasting, infinite relationships. This topic encourages an in detail overview of our ideas about interpersonal relationships, barriers to potential growth and provides a know how on having infinite relationships.

Communication skills for couples; It takes two to tango - responsibility and blame in relationships; The truth about relationships’ lifetime -Busting unhealthy Disney ideals: pure statistics and findings on relationships satisfaction, issues, and length of relationships; How do you see your relationships-as Finite or Infinite opportunities?

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Having a relationship after the relationship: a way to grow

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

When romantic relationships end, it is often ugly and painful. Individuals end up doing everything they can to put the past behind or if they cannot, due to children for instance, their future interactions can be hurtful and damaging yet again. This topics focuses on the ways people can have a relationship after the relationship, that can help them assimilate the hurt, to move on in a healthy way and grow from the experience of the relationship.  

Communication skills for couples; Everything is about You, everything is about Them; The languages of Love and Apology; Emotional intelligence; Your personal Manual of Use & Terms and Conditions in relationships

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Being there for your partner: holding space and other techniques

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Sharing is difficult. Vulnerability may seem impossible. So how do we manage with these struggles in relationships? What does holding space mean? This topic explains the profound importance of the concept and its practice in all types of relationships and contexts. Often times the understanding of and ability to hold space for others is what makes all the difference to how people feel when they become vulnerable with you and how supported they feel at the end of your time together. This topic also explores how to be there for our partners, even when we do not understand everything or even anything of what they are going through. It aims to provide guidance on being present, involved, empathic in ways that do not burden us or our partners, but bring us closer together and empower us.

Body shape-bod shame?; Normality and its definitions

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Mine doesn't look like this? The dimensions and diversity of the penis and the vulva.

Lecture, Seminar

Growing up many would compare their private parts to what they see in pornography or other people’s in real life. In the past couple of decades breast surgery, vulva redesign surgery, penis pumps and other methods of body modification have been on a steady rise. This topic aims to discuss the issue of body modification trends, normalise different body shapes, reduce body anxiety and shame and promote acceptance of diversity in the self and others.

‘Normality’ and its definitions; Communication skills for couples; Sexual issues - what’s wrong?; Alternative/Non-mainstream sexual practices - the safe way; The big three sexual organs - a path to sexual satisfaction Sexual shame and its effects on individuals and couples; Experiencing oneself as a sexual being; Talking about sex: before, during and after;  Masturbation - a time for self love, discovery, pleasure; Sex toys - no shame, fun only

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Sexual openness and pleasure

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

In this topic the barriers to sexual openness and pleasure are discussed- shame, guilt, fear, lack of communication, etc. Working through methods and the development of skills the aim is to learn how we are affected by real or imagined constraints and how we can overcome these in healthy ways to increase sexual satisfaction and intimacy.

Sex toys-no shame, fun only; Sexual shame and its effects on individuals and couples; Experiencing oneself as a sexual being; The big three sexual organs - a path to sexual satisfaction; Sexual openness and pleasure;

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Masturbation - time for self love, discovery, pleasure

Lecture, Seminar

Not addressing the stigma around masturbation, but rather focusing on how masturbation can be viewed as self-care and self-love which can help us develop healthier relationship with our bodies and also to enrich our intimate relationships with others.  This topic explores methods of self pleasure and also addresses unhealthy practices that can lead to unwanted sexual dysfunctions and issues.

Normality and it’s definitions; Allowing yourself and others to just be human; Pornography-there’s more to know beyond the website pages; Sexual shame and its effects on individuals and couples; Sexual objectification: issues and debates; Know and recognise the different types of abuse

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The sex statistics - what they tell us about the human kind.

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Looking at the statistics on human sexual behaviour, this topic aims to address common myths, ideas, stereotypes, stigma and also alarmingly common negative issues relating to human sexual behaviour and physical and mental health. It aims to normalise often stigmatised fantasies and provoke reflection on the diversity of sexual expression and the needs such serves.

Normality and its definitions; Sexual openness and pleasure; Your personal Manual of Use & Terms and Conditions in relationships; Lost in Fidelity: You/They are not enough

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Types of relationships: monogamous, polyamorous, friends with benefits, casual 

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Our understanding of relationships can be very limited and restraining, often based on mainstream social ideas and ideals of what is a good romance story or a healthy relationship. This topic explores the different types of intimate relationships people can have that are underrepresented and almost a taboo but more and more practiced by people. It provokes exploration of personal and societal beliefs of relationships and their value. It encourages a mindful approach to relationships and discusses the importance of communication and clarity needed for each type.  

Your personal Manual of Use & Terms and Conditions in relationships; Types of relationships: monogamous, polyamorous, friends with benefits, casual, occasional, etc.

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Relationships: It is not 'All inclusive''

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Can “the one” be everything for you: your friend, your lover, your confidante, your husband or wife, the parent of your children, the on call support for everything you need? In this topic the idea of having someone be ‘everything’ to us is discussed as well as its damaging potential. We look at how closeness, interdependence and comfort can kill passion, independence and the edge. The importance of good social networks and support are discussed as well as their incorporation in our daily lives.

Emotional intelligence; The truth about relationships’ lifetime -Busting unhealthy Disney ideals: pure statistics and findings on relationships satisfaction, issues, and length of relationships; Understanding Emotional and Psychological Abuse; Know and recognise the different types of abuse; The power of daily language over our self and others perception; Everything is about You, everything is about Them.

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Unhealthy ownership and codependency in relationships

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

When do relationships turn unhealthy? Ownership and codependency play huge roles in romantic relationships, but not only. “He is mine. She is mine. I never do this, because my partner takes care of it.“ are in our daily discourse and more often than not translate to more than just ‘figures of speech’. This topic addresses not only how our use of language shapes our ideas about relationships, but also how to recognise when we have gone too far into unhealthy practices that harm our relationships, ourselves and our abilities to be independent entities, as well as recognise our partners as such. This topic also explores damaging justifications of jealousy in ownership and debilitating practices in codependency. It provokes deep discussion and self exploration and guidance for increased self and others awareness.

Know and recognise the different types of abuse; Understanding Emotional and Psychological abuse; Sexual grooming, coercion, pressure

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Reporting abuse-the power and responsibility to end abuse

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

What does it mean to bear responsibility and do what’s right? What is the price we pay for the triumph of justice? How do we actually go about seeking help, support and whistleblow? This topic examines the issues victims and witnesses of abuse face when they are considering whether to report or not. It also discusses problems with the current systems for reporting, as well as societal issues and stigma. It addresses our responsibility to take action and end abuse.

Normality and its definitions; Sexual trauma - paths to healing

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Psychotherapy - approaches and the right therapist for you

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Therapy is effective when certain conditions are met. Learn about what good and what bad psychotherapy looks like. The topic will deliver information on the different therapeutic approaches, what things they are suitable for, what are the paths to finding the right therapy and therapist. It also discusses some of the things people never know about therapy until they decide to try it; issues around the therapeutic process, ethics, contracts, confidentiality and payments.

Communication skills for couples; Sexual objectification: issues and debates; Emotional intelligence and skills; Talking about sex: before, during and after; Women fake it. The price we pay for faked orgasms; Playing games or doing business - approaches to potential relationships

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Nobody knows what women want… Why? On signals giving and
encrypted, confusing messages.

Lecture, Seminar

Is it true that women simply do not know what they want, or is it that they keep their wants, aims and goals close to their chest for a good reason? Can we understand and change how women interact with and communicate with potential partners for the greater good.  This topic aims to empower and teach women to express their wants and needs, it targets shaming and guilt tripping culture and battles ancient social stigma that oppresses women in 21 century.
The topic is suitable for both, men and women.

Your personal Manual of Use & Terms and Conditions in relationships; Everything is about You - everything is about Them; How do you see relationships-Finite vs Infinite opportunities; Communication skills for couples

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Playing games or doing business - Approaches to potential relationships

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Most people play games when they approach potential relationships, this is evident even in the way they talk about potential partners and the encounters they have with them. What can we learn from business to establish connections, relationships and more in a healthier fashion? This topic provokes reflections on personal models of game playing and provides an opportunity for guided personal development through the adoption of alternative approaches to relationships.

Morals versus Ethics - us and others

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‘Normality’ and its definitions

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

An exploration of the different definitions of ‘normality’ and why nothing ever is universally just ‘normal’. Getting rid of stigma through gaining understanding of how we measure ‘normality’ and the implications of having set ideas of what is ‘normal’ and what ‘abnormal’. A look into the pattern of pathologizing the individual or minorities in societies. This topic provokes deeper analysis of what we can label as ‘normal’ it aims to explore attitudes and support growth towards openness and acceptance of concepts, diversity, uniqueness, difference and more.

Normality and its definitions; Emotional intelligence; Body shape-body shame?; Self esteem and value; Why do I/they do it? Understanding motivation;

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Allowing yourself and others to just be human

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

A look into unhealthy ideas about ‘being perfect’, ‘prince Charming’, ‘being stereotypically fit’, ‘a strong man’, ‘a hot woman’, etc. that stand in the way of being an authentic imperfect human being that is worth it as is. Exploring how certain behaviours, beliefs and expectations can be particularly damaging for individuals and couples. This topic gives the opportunity to gain understanding of what is is to be authentic and retain integrity, to find respect and acceptance for ourselves and others. It provokes personal insight and provides guidance to self and others acceptance.

The power of daily language over our self and others perception; Normality and its definitions; Relationships: It’s not ‘All inclusive’; Having a relationship after the relationship; Allowing yourself and others to just be human; Unhealthy ownership and codependency in relationships; Being there for your partner: holding space and other techniques

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The truth about relationship’s lifetime -Busting unhealthy Disney ideals: pure statistics and findings on relationships satisfaction, issues, and length of relationships

Lecture, Seminar

Relationships and relationship goals have changed a lot in the past decades and they continue to change as people's’ priorities change. In this topic the difference in relationships before and now is reviewed and the factors that contribute to relationship failures are explored in light of recent statistics. It further explores how Disney ideals end up being damaging for individuals, couples and society as a whole. Personal and alternative perspectives on relationships and goals are discussed.

Morals versus Ethics - us and others; Being there for your partner: holding space and other techniques; Everything is about You, everything is about Them; Why do I/They do it? Understanding motivation; Your personal Manual of Use & Terms and Conditions in relationships

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Emotional intelligence and skills

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

This topic explores what is emotional intelligence and how working on developing it and growing helps us improve our emotional regulation and control, interpersonal relationships, ability to be reflective, more authentic, to be safer emotionally and psychologically and more. People with high emotional intelligence are more successful in life, their profession and interpersonal relationships. This topic aims to help individuals understand emotion control and master their emotions. It provokes personal insight into one’s tendencies and needs for improvement and growth.

The connection mind-body-feelings-sex; Self-esteem and Value; Allowing yourself and others to just be human; Body shape - body shame; Emotional intelligence and skills; Communication skills for couples; Your personal Manual of Use & Terms and Conditions in relationships

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Self esteem and Value

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

This topic explores how one’s self esteem and value are shaped by external and internal factors, how these can be mindfully addressed and worked with in order to be improved. It provokes personal exploration of historical and present struggle with self esteem and value and aims to help individuals learn about techniques and methods to work on damaging and unhealthy discourse and practice.

Talking about sex: before, during and after; The connection mind-body-feelings-sex; Masturbation - time for self-love, discovery, pleasure; Sexual issues - what’s wrong?; Women fake it. The price we pay for faked orgasms; Communication skills for couples;

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Experiencing oneself as a sexual being 

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

What does it mean to be a sexual being? What does being sexual and intimate entail? How can one be their authentic self in a sexual context? This topic explores how individuals think of themselves and experience themselves in intimacy and sexual contexts. It looks into barriers for intimacy and sexual encounters, ways to explore and open up to pleasure - shame and guilt free; ways of communicating and requesting pleasure, understanding personal boundaries and limits and working within one’s zone of comfort.

Sexual openness and pleasure; Sexual issues - what’s wrong?; Talking about sex: before, during and after; Communication skills for couples

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Women fake it. The price we all pay for faked orgasms

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

The general aim to not hurt the male ego of individuals has a broad damaging effect on women’s sexual life, pleasure and satisfaction, desire to have sex and more. This impacts the orgasm gap even more. This topic explores the reasons behind faking orgasms and the negative impact this has on individuals, couples and society as a whole. It also addresses how to be able to recognise orgasms and the importance of discussing orgasms and pleasure openly.

Sexual shame and its effects on individuals and couples; Experiencing oneself as a sexual being; The big three sexual organs - a path to sexual satisfaction; Sexual openness and pleasure; Masturbation - a time for self love, discovery, pleasure; Communication skills for couples

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Sex toys - no shame, fun only

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Research shows an increase of the use of sex toys by individuals and also their incorporation into play, sex and intimacy in couples. This topic explores this increasing trend as well as issues such as shame, fear, jealousy, insecurity and guilt that some people experience at every stage when they are asked to use toys with their partners or when their suggestions are rejected, when they use them alone, or when they use them during intimate encounters. Furthermore this topic goes to explore what’s on the current market that often features in people’s sexual fantasies. It aims to provide guidance to how to talk about sex toys and incorporate them into our sex lives guilt and shame free.  

Sexual openness and pleasure; Communication skills for couples; The Big Three sexual organs - a path to sexual satisfaction; The importance of understanding the foundations of consent; Fifty thousand shades of consent, beyond the simple YES and NO; Your personal Manual of Use & Terms and Conditions in relationships; Types of relationships: monogamous, polyamorous, friends with benefits, casual, occasional, etc.

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Alternative/non-mainstream sexual practices - the safe way

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Back in 2011 Fifty Shades of Gray became a massive best seller. Why? Because as the saying goes: dirty books are never dusty. It is not that a book like 50 Shades made people more kinky, it is that the hidden, repressed sexual explorer, adventurer and kinkster has been awaken and at least a little bit normalised. Recognising one’s fetishes and finding a safe way to practice them is what often stands between being unhappy and supressed and happy and authentic with yourself. Being closeted and  practicing often dangerous things at home may result in bodily and mental harm and even pose risk to life. How to recognise our kinky needs and how to enjoy them safely? This topic focuses on self understanding, acceptance and safe paths to sexual fulfilment and authenticity.

Emotional intelligence; Allowing yourself and others to just be human; Being there for your partner: holding space and other techniques; It takes two to tango - responsibility and blame in relationships; Nobody knows what women want...Why? On signals giving and crypted, confusing messages

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Why do I/they do it? Understanding motivation.

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

We often do not understand why people behave in certain ways. It is very difficult to decipher the hidden meanings and reasons of our partners, friends, colleagues. This topic explores research on motivation and decision making, it looks into unhealthy practices that are harmful for our relationships such as to make assumptions, to avoid confrontation, to play the blame game and more. It provokes a deep probe into our tendencies and aims to guide personal growth and change towards better ways of dealing with the unknown motivations behind the behaviours of people around us and help our understanding of ourselves.

Understanding Emotional and Psychological Abuse;  It takes two to tango-responsibility and blame in relationships; Psychotherapy - one size does not fit all. Finding the type that would suit your needs; Reporting abuse - the power and responsibility to end abuse; Unhealthy ownership and codependency in relationships;

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Know and recognise the different types of abuse 

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Everyone has seen it, been a victim or a perpetrator of abuse, or maybe all three. Abuse is vast, different and often times too easy to miss and not spot. Abuse takes many forms, it wears many masks and it takes very little to be pushed under the surface and not called up on. This topic explores the different types of abuse and the way to recognise and stop them from happening again.

Sexual objectification: issues and debates; The sex statistics - and what they tell us about the human kind; Women fake it. The price we pay for faked orgasms; Sexual openness and pleasure; Sexual issues- what’s wrong?

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Pornography. There's more to know beyond the website pages

Lecture, Seminar

Most mainstream pornography is tailored for men and men’s needs. Often times the videos portray women as completely sexually objectified sex toys existing for the satisfaction of the males involved in the video. These often feature degradation and can even be or seem abusive. How does this affect our personal sex lives? Are there alternatives and better porn out there? What are different ‘types’ of porn? With the emergence of feminism new forms of female friendly, female centered porn is being produced. How can this change our perception and use of porn? How can this affect our personal sex lives?

Psychotherapy - one size does not fit all. Finding the type that would suit your needs; Know and recognise the different types of abuse; Being there for your partner: holding space and other techniques

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Sexual trauma. Paths to healing.

Lecture, Seminar, Workshop

Can we define sexual trauma? It can often be challenging for a person to understand and pin point how certain experiences have traumatised them and are affecting their daily life and relationships. This topic looks into how we can identify buried deep down sexual shame, guilt, assault, and other things that result in sexual trauma. It discusses how important is it to address sexual trauma and to get help to heal. It aims to aid individual into understanding their own or their partner’s trauma and provide information on different approaches and methodologies used for working therapeutically with sexual trauma.

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