The older I get and more experience I gain, the more I’ve come to appreciate my eroticism as a part of me. I haven’t always been this way though. In all of its good intentions, sometimes people internalize the heart of the purity message by being void of sexual feelings or urges, as if it’s a virtue to not have any sexual thoughts or feelings.
The reality is that just as we are spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical beings, we’re also sexual beings. We can grow sexually as we grow spiritually.
And my sexpert guest on the podcast today describes exactly that process of growing erotically (or sexually) as we grow spiritually. Her name is Brandi Harris. She’s a licensed marriage therapist that is also a Christian and helps individuals and couples grow sexually. She’s also a mother of three and has created a program for parents on how to talk to their kids about sex too. And as a bonus for our listeners and followers, she’s offering 10% off with the code GETYOUR23.
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