Emma Hogg, Melanie Kelly, Psychotherapist, Malta, Let's talk about sex

Don’t fight less, FIGHT BETTER

On this episode of Let’s Talk About Sex, Mel and I speak about how fights in romantic relationships are protests for emotional connection. When learning how to “fight better”, improving communication skills is great, but it isn’t the whole picture. What’s most vital for the thriving of any relationship is the development of safety.

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Emma Hogg, psychotherapist, a life I choose, melanie Kelly, lets talk about sex, malta

The Polarity of Feminine & Masculine Energy

On this episode on Let’s Talk About Sex, Mel and I speak about how the polarity between feminine and masculine energy, ignites sexual passion between partners. Learning what your leading energy is and leaning into it, allows you to take your armour off and be authentic. Authenticity is what builds trust in relationships. And it’s only when we feel truly safe with each other that we can experience a deep, playful, sexual bond.

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emma hogg, chris peregin, good faith

I called off my wedding and this is what I learned about relationships

Ola my friends!

Have you melted yet?! If not, well done!

I know I’ve been quiet on here lately, but if you follow my Insta stories then you know I’ve been pretty exhausted the past 3 weeks and I’ve been taking it easy to recover.  I’ve missed posting videos, blog posts and Instagram pics, but I chose to take some time to myself so I can focus my energy on my nearest and dearest and on my kick-ass clients.

But, I did manage to get up a video up this week! This is a video of a podcast that Christian Peregin, the Founder of Lovin Malta, and I recorded a couple of months ago when it was still cold! In fact, it was a cold, blustery, rainy day when we met.

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Garance Dore discusses therapy on Pardon My French

Garance Dore is a freelance illustrator and fashion writer. I discovered her recently through her book “Love Style Life” which I devoured from cover to cover. She discusses her views on fashion, aging, friendships, differences between New York and Parisian perspectives… and she does this all in a light-hearted, funny way.

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