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Do you say ‘no’ when your bed partner is doing something that is ok-ish? That’s right. I’m not talking about saying ‘No’ when there is a super clear NO, visible for you and everyone around you in a radius of a 100 kilometers. I’m talking about this gray zone in which you are tolerating something. Because you liked it last time. Because you liked it a minute ago. Because you might start to like it in a minute. Because you love this person. Ever been in that situation? I have, and I’ve had an amazing process with a surprising result when it comes to this, and will share my tips & tricks with you about how to say no when the ‘no’ is not so loud, in this video!

 

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‘”Nonviolent Communication”?…but I’m not a violent person!’ Have you heard this kind of reaction to the term Nonviolent Communication? Or maybe you have resistance or confusion around the term yourself? Check this video to find out how to deal with any unpleasant emotions that the name often brings. And maybe you have suggestions for a new name? Let me know in the comments of the video!

 

 

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If you are dealing with PMS, or have a partner who is, this video is for you! You might be dealing with irritability, mood swings, and exhaustion in the week before menstruation, and maybe you have tried to deal with this on a physical level. PMS is often treated as a physical discomfort, and there are lost of videos with advice around exercise, diet, yoga..

But in reality you might not always manage to get the results you were hoping for, and I believe that the way that you talk to yourself about your cycle and unpleasant signs of it, and the the level to which you’ve figured out things with the people you live with really determines how you experience your cycle.

I will give you 5 tips to make sure talking to yourself and others about the pre-menstrual phase goes smooth, so you have an easier, supported experience. Let’s open a dialogue about this!!

 

 

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