they needed to grieve
They’d been married over 10 years at this point – a beautiful couple with 2 darling kids, an eight-year-old boy who lived to play Minecraft and a girl in kindergarten who couldn’t wait to get outside to the creek when she woke up in the morning. They knew they were very lucky to have such a darling family and they were grateful.
I can’t hear.
I figured that out last Memorial Day at a workshop. My friend Kim Keller led a group of women in exploration about who we are as sexual beings. It was delicious, powerful, and transformational. We cried and hugged and shared all sorts of wonderful feelings.
And I realized that I couldn’t hear what women on the other side of the circle were saying.
get back on your mat
I’m back on my mat. As I told you last week, Guatemala was wonderful! One of the best things about my trip with Jim was getting back on our yoga mats. Gotta admit that it’d been a hot second (like 6 months) since I regularly practiced yoga. And this was a beautiful yoga retreat in a lovely space with an inspirational teacher - PJ Frichtman. What’s a girl to do?
guatemala was magical
Jim and I just returned from a wonderful 10 day excursion.
Volcanoes surround Lake Atitlan, frequently spewing small puffs of ash into the air. They’re visible from miles away. We saw them as we woke the first morning of our trip and knew we were in the magical country of Guatemala. Yoga started our day after a glorious sunrise and a perfectly brewed cup of Guatemalan coffee.
time to fix it
You need to fix your sex life. It’s a problem. You know it. Your partner knows it. Things aren’t working for either of you. It’s become awkward - at a level.
You’re both busy, busy, busy. You’re best friends and you work well together. When you met way back then, your intimate relationship was so powerful, but now…
You’re like so many people I work with. You want to fix your sex life and I can help you with that, but first you have to figure out what’s making it feel broken.
What’s actually bothering you?