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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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  1. MM says:

    Very brave to do this.. well done you did it beautifully. I think it’s only right to be a little shy and makes the tone very personal, which this kind of thing is! Thank you.

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  2. Rachel says:

    I loved this video and appreciate your courage to talk about sex in service of liberation, self-connection and shared joy!!!

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  3. Caroline says:

    Thank you for this video, i think you are very brave talking about this!
    I have felt for a long time that there was something not going right but i never really found the words for it. You have made it so clear and you are giving a solutions as well.
    I can’t wait to try this and get the love life i have always dreamed of!

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  4. K.S says:

    Thanks for bringing this topic and your opppeness!
    Of course I can relate to your experience!
    When I’m not present, which means , either I’m thinking about assignments I have to do or contemplating about something I did, or happened it’s difficult to engage in intimate relationship.
    I tend to feel guilt that he is nice and gentle and I can’t return the kindness

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  5. Sarah says:

    Sooo helpful. I want more. Also I’d love a webanar

    I’d be shy too, and I really liked that you were shy and that you could admit it. Your shyness helped me relate to you more!

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  6. Loretta Solsbery says:

    Dear Marianne,
    You did a fabulous job talking about a subject that is hard to talk about…and is a must! Thank you for your candidness, skillful way of approaching the subject of saying “no” with bed partner(s)! Please keep it up; we need it!
    With Gratitude,
    Loretta

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  7. Alison says:

    👍 Awesome. Thank you sooo much for your courage to post this video. I had been thinking of and working on this exact topic recently. Very, very helpful.

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  8. Hana says:

    Hi, thanks a lot for this video, it is really helpful and important! I really appreciate you opened this topic. Thanks again!

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