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Relationship Help Show, September 13, 2017

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E9 - The Need for Intimacy
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Guest: Dr. Lori Beth Bisbey

To keep yourself safe in any relationship it is SO important to know yourself, your values, needs, and wants, so well that you can set and maintain strong boundaries. That means you have to be assertive.

Today, we talked about what it means to have and manage sexual boundaries with guest, Dr. Lori Beth Bisbey, from London, UK. A sex and intimacy coach, Dr. Lori had some very interesting insights on how to get across what's all right with you and to be clear about what's not!

My topic: The Need For Intimacy You may want intimacy, yet fear it. You're not alone. Find out why.

My guest: Lori Beth Bisbey, Sex & Intimacy Coach. Learn how to manage sexual boundaries & avoid being manipulated by sex.

Guest, Doctor Lori Beth Bisbey

Guest Name
Doctor Lori Beth Bisbey
Guest Occupation
Sex & Intimacy Coach and Registered Psychologist
Guest Biography

Dr Lori Beth is a Sex & Intimacy coach and psychologist who has worked with
individuals, couples and polyamorous groups for the past 30 years to help them explore their sexuality, discover a deeper level of sexual congruence, heal from past sexual trauma as well as create more pleasurable, exciting, meaningful, authentic sexual relationships.

On a mission to create more open dialogue about sex, sexual identity and self-expression, she hosts two popular podcasts The A to Z of Sex and Sex Spoken Here. She is also a passionate speaker, dynamic workshop facilitator and sought after expert in the media on the topics of sex, sexuality, intimacy, relationships and sexual trauma. Dr Lori Beth is polyamory and kink knowledgable and works with all genders and sexual orientations.

Relationship Help Show

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The Relationship Help Show:  Handling Hijackal® Havoc offers the insights, strategies, and skills you need to recognize what's really going on in the crazy-making relationships in your life. Relentlessly difficult people and relationships in can cause you to constantly second-guess yourself and question your sanity.

Get relationship advice directly from Dr. Rhoberta Shaler, The Relationship Help Doctor. Learn from her expert guests. Each one has a very unique voice on solving relationship problems with particularly difficult people 

Are these relationship issues on your mind?

  • Are you with a Hijackal?  Free ebook, How To Spot A Hijackal, 
  • Want to know how your relationship can shift and you can grow closer?
  • Or, need to know if it's time to leave? 
  • Need insights into troubling behavior patterns?
  • Want to deepen your emotional intimacy?
  • Need to distance yourself from toxic people?
  • Can't communicate...or someone won't?
  • Trying to figure out what's your problem and what is theirs? 
  • Does every conversation quickly become an argument?
  • Have you been discarded by a relentlessly difficult person, a Hijackal?
  • Are you with one? Or, leaving one? 

You will get help with those here!  

What is a Hijackal, exactly? 

A person who hijacks relationships–for their own purposes–while scavenging them for power, status, and control.

They make you question your sanity and second-guess yourself constantly. That’s their game…and, they are very good at it!

Every time you think of being near a Hijackal®, you get anxious. Why? Because the main purpose of Hijackal behavior is to win.

Recognizing chronically difficult people requires admitting that they not only like to win, they have to win. Yes, to win…and in all circumstances and at all times. Yes, they will give you the illusion of agreeing with you…but, only when it suits their purposes, or their longer “game.”

Know one? I’m thinking you must because you’ve found yourself here on this page with me. You’re ready to escape the Hijackal Trap.

It might be your partner, ex,  parent,  co-worker, or someone in any organization–family, workplace, government, court, church, community project, board, or association.

We have all had interaction - at some level, at some time - with a Hijackal... whether we knew it or not. They are unavoidable. AND being in a relationship with a Hijackal - whether at home, work or play - requires some insights and knowledge to navigate and keep yourself safe and sane. 

Those are the things we discuss a lot here. Join us. 

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