Holistic Sex Ed Radio

Holistic Sex Ed Radio

It is often said that sex is one of the most challenging topics for couples to discuss effectively. If this is true, then how can we EVER hope to feel comfortable when it comes to talking to our kids about sex? We feature a wide variety of topics to help parents have meaningful conversations with their kids about growing up, teen sex, healthy relationships and staying safe in our rapidly changing world. Each episode is full of practical information you can implement right away. Our guests give you food for thought, things to consider and strategies to help you get the results you want. You’ll feel more prepared and less stressed for the conversations that matter most. Kids need your help to successfully navigate these taboo topics so that they can acquire the tools and skills they need to create healthy relationships and lay a solid foundation for a life of their dreams. Holistic Sex Ed Radio is broadcast live Thursdays at 10 AM Pacific on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel.... Show More

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September 24, 2020 56 min
Imagine the most amazing place you have ever personally experienced. Remember how it made you feel. In your mind’s eye, travel back to that place and drink in the awe and the wonder, the emotions you felt. What made that place special? Most would agree it’s something about the energy or the vibration of the place. Whether it’s a place of beauty or significance, or a church, temple, or other sacred place, we often pause to catch our...
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Have great sexual chemistry with your partner? Take it to the next level as a Sexual Alchemist. Research has shown that sex is good for your health, but sexual positions for ailments? Sexual reflexology? Yes. Taoist sexual practices are not just for better sex, they are a way to greater health and deeper connections to self, partner, and the divine. Help for sexual pain, weak erections, hormonal imbalance, and lost libido? Taoist s...
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How much sensuality do you have in your life? When is the last time you had a passionate erotic kiss? Most couples fall into routine sex. It’s not exciting or passionate but it gets the job done. It’s common for one or both partners to WISH to do something new or different but cannot muster the courage to bring it up or ask for it. What if your lover says “No” or laughs? Can you feel your cheeks burn with shame? Robin’s special gue...
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Since ancient times, women have used plants to regulate menstruation, this information was transmitted from mother to daughter and held by midwives and wise women. There is a rich history surrounding herbs that were used in antiquity to avoid and prevent pregnancy. They found their way into poetry and plays. Their value cannot be denied when their images were stamped onto coins. Their legend and lore endure to today, yet we wonder…...
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Most people don’t realize that the menstrual cycle is actually controlled by the brain. Puberty. Ovulation. Menstruation. All start in the brain. It’s a hormonal dance that keeps us cycling from menarche to menopause. But what about when the cycle doesn’t flow smoothly? Many women have irregular cycles and may struggle with infertility. It’s said that menstruation is an indicator of health, so what does it mean when a woman isn’t o...
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The birth control pill sparked a revolution for women in many ways giving us the freedom to engage sexually without fear of pregnancy and the ability to focus on careers by making it easier to choose if and when to have a baby. The Pill has been liberating in many ways yet there’s also a dark side. When menstruation is troublesome, birth control pills are frequently used to suppress symptoms. It’s important to realize that the pill...
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August 13, 2020 56 min
What’s your relationship with your period like? As girls, we get a lot of negative messaging around menstruation. It’s this life-changing event that happens suddenly, without warning. There’s an expectation that “The Curse”, will make everything harder or worse. Yet, we’re taught to hide menstruation and pretend that everything is just like any other day. It can be difficult to keep it all bottled up inside. Girls have a lot of anx...
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There’s a certain danger that comes with dismissing a young girl's complaints around menstruation. It’s hurtful to be disbelieved and it’s frustrating when you know something is not normal yet the doctors don’t find anything wrong and tell you it’s all “in your head”. Sweeping the problem under the rug leads to trouble down the road. Years later, some like Robin’s special guest, Eva Vennari are diagnosed with underlying chronic...
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Are you creating a culture of silence within your household? You may be doing this without realizing it and may miss out on a wealth of information as a result. How you address menstruation with your daughter will set the tone and how open she is with you about sensitive topics. Most don’t realize that menstruation can give you important clues about the health of the female body. In this fascinating conversation with De’Nicea Hilt...
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Society values extroverted energy, action, and getting things done. Society teaches women to pretend that menstruation doesn’t exist, that it’s like any other day. When the reality is that a woman’s energy goes in cycles just like her feminine cycle does. During her moon time, it’s normal and natural to want to retreat from the world. How do we give ourselves permission to do this when our culture doesn’t give us the time to pause....
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In ancient times, in certain cultures, women had a sacred place they could go during menstruation. Inside the Moonlodge, women of all ages would come together to support menstruating women. Crones, those who no longer bled, were there to share their wisdom, while the younger girls went out to carry water, gather herbs, and collect firewood. It’s a sacred place where women came together as a community to support each other, tell sto...
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When you were young, did the women in your life speak to you about menstruation? Where did your information come from? Health class? Tampon commercials? Your parents? Did you know what to expect or what it might be like? Did the information arrive soon enough to prepare you? Or were you sitting alone in the bathroom terrified you were dying? When it comes to being taught about menstruation, it seems most girls get the basics of wha...
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A woman’s fertility cycle is a rhythm of nature, like the moon and seasons. It allows her to feel connected to something eternal and meaningful, this can help women and girls find ways to work with her cycle instead of fighting against it by medicating it, hiding it and pretending it’s just any other day. When women tap into the energy of their monthly cycle it gives them access to a huge source of power, helping them to be comfort...
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As children, we often believe what we are told without question. As we grow older, some of us start to question those beliefs; while others never give them a second thought. Often they are passed down from our caregivers, mentors, religious leaders, media sources and others who we give our time and attention. In childhood, we are taught not to be selfish, to share and to give selflessly. Is it any surprise that this often leads to ...
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Are you someone who spends a little too much time snacking, especially at night? Do you find yourself overeating and binging on foods you love even though you know you know you’re not making healthy choices? Why is it so easy to give into temptation when it comes to food? How can we eat healthy when the cards are stacked against us? Foods are loaded with sugar and fats that pack on the pounds. Many of our foods are even designed to...
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Are you a perfectionist? Are you able to keep your relationships running smoothly when tensions are high and life happens? Do you know the best way to support your partner or child when they are having a bad day? What does any of this have to do with leadership? Robin’s special guest, comedian and author, James Robilotta shows us how leading imperfectly puts us in a position of strength. When we lead from a place of compassion we’r...
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June 4, 2020 55 min
Were you taught to be a good lover? Most of us had to figure out sex on our own because we didn’t get a very good sex education. Once we discovered the basics most of us never really went any deeper. Porn taught men that good sex means you jack-hammer away and women learned to fake orgasms to end the ordeal. We yearn for great sex but in order to have great sex we need to be good at it. It means we have to figure out what we like a...
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May 28, 2020 55 min
When we hear a soldier has PTSD we often assume it was from a war, yet often PTSD is actually caused by traumatic events from childhood such as molestation, domestic or community violence, and other frightening events. Robin’s guest, Ryan Matthews shares subtle examples of how PTSD related to childhood events can be triggered by normal everyday activities in adulthood. He shares how after serving in the war it was difficult to adap...
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What do you do when a family member is abusing drugs or alcohol? What about when they are lying and stealing from you? How do you protect yourself? Do you standby and watch as they spiral towards rock bottom? Is there anything can you do or say that will get through to them? How do you cope when you dread every phone call fearing the worst? Robin’s special guest, Jennifer Maneely shares her story of the sheltered daughter who goes ...
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It’s easy to make financial mistakes when you don’t know any better. Most of us didn’t get much of a financial education. We learned how to count money, balance a checkbook and that money comes from doing work but not how to make money work for us. Many of us live from paycheck to paycheck and carry too much debt. Poor money habits and unexamined beliefs about money sabotage our long term financial success. It doesn’t have to be t...
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