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MORE SEX….LESS FIGHTING!! Imagine this improvement in your life today. Develop the relationship skills you’ve been missing now.

Make More Love Not Wa‪r‬ Terah Harrison, LPC

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MORE SEX….LESS FIGHTING!! Imagine this improvement in your life today. Develop the relationship skills you’ve been missing now.

    Shameless Sexual Revolution Ep24

    Shameless Sexual Revolution Ep24

    The Shameless Sexual Revolution can only be liberated and spread if we escape the oppressive ideology of the past that has been allowed to corrode the deep passion that lies in all women for the explicit objective to advance a morality that holds NO validity today, yesterday or of anytime in the history of all mankind. We, women of the world, together shall forge a new path –NOT because we are weak alone - but because we are stronger as a single sharp point of power with one mind, one body and one soul channeling a revolutionary vision of our design and our values. Are you willing to wait for a better tomorrow to magically appear without sharing in the struggle we all know is required to generate any change in this world? We, SHAMELESS REBELS, are NOT going to wait one more day.

    We are on the frontlines FIGHTING for all women that love sex. JOIN US as we destroy the shame that has infected women all over the world, causing needless suffering and providing NO value to women whatsoever. JOIN US in this FIGHT TODAY! Go to our website www.makemorelovenotwar.com and email us letting us know you want to be a SHAMELESS REBEL. Spread our mission by forwarding a link to our podcast to friends and family! Together, one day, we will celebrate our Victory with all the glory it deserves but for today we FIGHT.

    JOIN US NOW!!

    www.makemorelovenotwar.com

    • 1 hr 28 min
    What's Up With Porn? | David Ley

    What's Up With Porn? | David Ley

    It's everywhere. Accessible anytime, on any device, with just the click of a button. It's the dirty little secret most of us don’t talk about, at least not in polite company. Some people hide it, lie about it, and are ashamed of it. Others are comfortable with it and enjoy it as a healthy part of their daily lives. It can destroy relationships. It can also create an intensity that connects couples together and leads to mind-blowing sexual intimacy.

    Porn.

    Why is it so polarizing? Why does it scare us? Why does it turn us on? Why do some find it shameful while others can’t live without it?

    Today, I’m joined by clinical psychologist and sex therapist David Ley. David is an internationally-recognized expert on issues related to sexuality, pornography and mental health. We discuss the myths and realities about porn, how men and women use and view porn, and how porn can enhance sexual intimacy when couples use porn consensually in their relationships.

    No matter where you stand on the subject, you’ll learn a lot from our discussion. So let’s do it – let’s talk about the dirty little secret: porn.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Shameless Sexual Revolution Ep23

    Shameless Sexual Revolution Ep23

    The Shameless Sexual Revolution can only be liberated and spread if we escape the oppressive ideology of the past that has been allowed to corrode the deep passion that lies in all women for the explicit objective to advance a morality that holds NO validity today, yesterday or of anytime in the history of all mankind. We, women of the world, together shall forge a new path –NOT because we are weak alone - but because we are stronger as a single sharp point of power with one mind, one body and one soul channeling a revolutionary vision of our design and our values. Are you willing to wait for a better tomorrow to magically appear without sharing in the struggle we all know is required to generate any change in this world? We, SHAMELESS REBELS, are NOT going to wait one more day.

    We are on the frontlines FIGHTING for all women that love sex. JOIN US as we destroy the shame that has infected women all over the world, causing needless suffering and providing NO value to women whatsoever. JOIN US in this FIGHT TODAY! Go to our website www.makemorelovenotwar.com and email us letting us know you want to be a SHAMELESS REBEL. Spread our mission by forwarding a link to our podcast to friends and family! Together, one day, we will celebrate our Victory with all the glory it deserves but for today we FIGHT.

    JOIN US NOW!!

    www.makemorelovenotwar.com

    • 1 hr 30 min
    Gift of Gratitude | Amy Chuang

    Gift of Gratitude | Amy Chuang

    She is the progeny of when East meets West, when Yin meets Yang. An avid lover of life and life’s forever student, Wei “Amy” Lu has been experimenting and refining the art of achieving peace and balance through her unique understanding of Eastern philosophy and Western learnings.

    At the age of thirteen, Wei and her family were among the first group of immigrants allowed to emigrate from Communist China on its new “Open Door” policy of the 1980’s. Wei’s parents were college professors who gained the rare opportunity of coming to the United States to further their higher education. Life was difficult, at first, with the entire family living on an eight-hundred-dollar student stipend, as well as facing an incredible language barrier and culture shock. These difficulties, however, did not deter the eighth grader as she treasured the blessing of being in the “land of opportunity.” In school, she adopted her American name “Amy” given by her ESL teacher. Amy studied diligently and learned the English language in three short months. As she advanced in school, she never forgot to be grateful for everything she had been given and always strove to do her best. She finished at the top of her graduating class and earned a full scholarship to Texas Tech University. After receiving a BS degree in Electrical Engineering, Amy worked for Motorola as an RF design Engineer for cell phone base stations. She is currently the senior product manager for an inorganic chemical company.

    Amy has been married for 23 years; she and her husband live in the DFW area and are the proud parents of two amazing young men.

    In her spare time, Amy enjoys learning modern medicine and traditional holistic healing. She has completed all pre-med classes at a local college. She is learning the Chinese traditional medicine of meridians and acupressure techniques as a complimentary therapy to promoting the body’s natural healing mechanisms. She is currently a certified Reiki practitioner. As a scientist and engineer, Amy finds the body’s subtle energy system of health and well-being both intriguing and powerful. Her YouTube channel “Mother Healer” is dedicated to sharing with others her knowledge of holistic healing insights.

    Through the years, Amy has realized her purpose in life is to “combine the best of East and West.” Her unique understanding and experiences from both traditional Asian and modern Western cultures are invaluable to establishing her world view. She proposes that the key to achieving satisfactory life experience is through the “Four Pillars of Joy and Freedom,” which are the pillars of Compassion, Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Love.

    In many ways, Amy is the embodiment of the remarkable union of opposite, yet complimentary forces: East and West; modern and traditional; Yin and Yang; solid science and intangible energy. She looks forward to sharing her knowledge and her light with others, as we are all ONE

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Election 2020 - Triggered? What to Do and How to Repair

    Election 2020 - Triggered? What to Do and How to Repair

    • 14 min
    Election 2020 - 4 Steps to Process

    Election 2020 - 4 Steps to Process

    What I want to do is just share a four step process that I use and that I have my students use, my clients use. And that process I think gives us some insights into how mindfulness can work every day, every moment in some very helpful ways that are useful. All right, so the four step process. Let me, let me just give you some basics here of the major categories. Um, the force that model has these pieces. Notice who were pause, breathe, reflect, and choose. And let me go into each of those a little bit more specifically so that you know what that means. The first one is to notice or to bring awareness of a negative feeling or the trigger as quickly as possible.
    And practice recognizing the early warning signs of emotional reaction saying or reminding yourself this feeling is a reaction that I can pay attention to right now. Right? Oh, I just got triggered. Oh Gosh, I'm feeling this anger, or I'm feeling this emotion. Or, ah, I'm noticing in this moment that something is coming up for me. That's number one. Number two is to direct attention to the breath. Now lie the breath. The breath is really important because think about what you do when you get triggered. I don't know about you, but when I get triggered, the first thing I do is I go and I stopped breathing, which is horrible because my heart starts going crazy. My central nervous system thinks that I need to fight something and it's just terrible, so allowing yourself a sense that you can breathe in that moment and just take a breath and let go of any physical tension and I know that that's easier said than done, but just take a moment and breathe and we can do that right now.
    Wonderful, and allow that natural quality of the breath to be a calming source of comfort where you're just breathing and allowing a very natural sensation of the air coming in and out of your body and just relax. Then the third step is this idea of reflection and reflection is just taking a moment to ask some very important questions. One is, is there a pattern in this reaction? The second one is, have I seen this reaction before, or what is this reaction about what's going on here? Um, the next one might be how does this reaction come up?
    And in response to all those questions I might find, for example, ah, there's anger, or I'm feeling hurt or I'm feeling nervous, or whatever it is. So let's just go with anger. I'm feeling angry and usually I'm feeling angry because there's something underneath the anger and underneath the anger might be a feeling of hurt or frustration or not being seen. And then once I realized that, once I say, ah, there's this anger, I can then do step number four and make a choice, choose all right, what am I going to do with this anger? What can I do that is under my control to make a positive change? Or what would be helpful in this situation? What would be useful? What might I do to make things better? And then I just pause. You can just pause and give your mind and your body of woman to think, ah, maybe I need to take a break.
    Maybe I need to hit the pause button and say, Hey, listen, I feel very angry right now and I just don't think I can continue the conversation. So can we talk about this later? Or Hey, I'm really feeling angry right now. Can we? Can we just have a conversation about that? Or can you just pause for a moment because I'm feeling triggered or attacked or hurt by what was just said. Those are all different ways of choosing to speak in a way that doesn't amplify the anger but acknowledges it and then allows it to be okay or to pause. I'm one of the things that is very important to realize as we talk about anger, for example, is that sometimes we just need a break. We just need to hit the pause button. There's no name to continue a conversation to its logical conclusion, especially in the midst of anger because anger, you're likely to say things that you mi

    • 7 min

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