Welcome back to my playground, Lexual fiends and friends.

Why do we perceive intimacy as a weakness, rather than a strength?

That’s what we’re going to talk about on the fourth episode of my podcast tonight!

I’ll be joined by Dr. Nancy Sutton Pierce, health, intimacy and sexuality expert, founder of Conscious Living Sexuality and host of The Conscious Living Show on The Sexy Lifestyle Network on Intimacy and Vulnerability: From Self-Acceptance to Relationships.

We’re going to have a deep chat about how you and your partner can learn to open yourselves up to exploring intimacy within your relationship.

A lot of us fear getting intimate and truly connecting with our partner, because we’re afraid of being in a vulnerable state and getting hurt.

With Dr. Nancy’s help, we’re going to identify what’s holding us all back from wanting to – and letting ourselves – feel vulnerable, even with the people we love the most, and who we know love us unconditionally.

Dr. Nancy Sutton Pierce on Intimacy and Relationships | Lexi Sylver Podcast

We’re going to explore the concepts of self-love and self-acceptance, and how we can all learn to see vulnerability as a strength rather than a weakness, and how that is paramount to allowing yourself to be vulnerable with your partner and explore intimacy within your relationship.

If you missed tonight’s or last week’s episode, you can still listen on iTunes and here.

Don’t forget to listen in tonight and every Thursday night at 5 PM PST / 8 PM EST on The Sexy Lifestyle Network, on Voice America.com. 

Until next time, Stay Lexual and find me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!


Photos courtesy of Nancy Sutton-Pierce