Are you interested in improving your relationship? Have you been worried about your past trauma? In this episode, I talk with Nischa Heron Phair. She is a somatics researcher, pleasure activist and the author of Fawn: When No Looks Like Yes; a rousing call to celebrate our authentic sexuality and invite more integrity into our bedrooms and pleasure into our lives. A trauma-informed embodiment coach for 14 years, Nischa first began studying the role of fawning and intimacy in 2016 to better understand her own experiences and soon after started sharing her findings and recovery practices with her clients to great acclaim. We discuss the struggles of freezing and fawning. She shares the practice to help set better boundaries in relationships and where we may need boundaries in our lives. This is a deep topic on abuse, trauma, and how to please yourself instead of everyone else.
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