Transitioning to parenthood brings huge changes for couples. Our roles (and for women, our bodies) are re-defined. Our hearts may overflow with love, yet we also have new conflicts and so many responsibilities. So when is there time and energy for sex and romance?
So many couples struggle with this and yet don't talk about it, focusing first on the kids. But having a great relationship can really support us in being great parents. Without it, we are less present, more tense, and our kids take on our pain and mimic our frustration.
Listen as relationship expert Annie Lalla shares practical, groundbreaking insight to help you use your relationship conflicts as gateways to greater intimacy. A new mother herself, Annie has created a suite of practical tools that can help you resolve toxic patterns, develop romantic esteem, diffuse conflict, assuage shame/blame and cultivate deep, resilient relationships that last a lifetime.
Annie Lalla is known as the “Cartographer of Love”. Her life studies include: Human Biology & Philosophy, Buddhism, integrative psychology, evolutionary science, neurochemistry, therapeutic sexuality, NLP, Coaching & Hypnosis.
Specializing in love, sex & conflict resolution, Annie teaches her signature method: ‘The Art of Fighting’. She sees conflict as a crucial part of intimacy development. ”Arguments are opportunities to understand your partner better, when handled with maturity & skill they can be used to bring you closer instead of farther apart.”
To connect with Annie, visit www.annielalla.com
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