Healing Sexual Shame By Asking For What You Want AND Flirting-101 Embrace La Mesa, CA, Jan 8th!

by Reid on December 29, 2011

A smiling, blonde haired, blue-eyed woman embraces her handsome, smiling partner from behind as she looks to the camera.Kick-off the New Year by tackling one of life’s biggest roadblocks…

Have you ever been too ashamed to ask for something you wanted? Liked someone and wanted to flirt, but didn’t know how to break the ice? Can you remember a time in your life when you felt embarrassed or shameful for something that felt good? Ever had someone start flirting with you but couldn’t flirt back and all you could do was be overcome by shyness or fear?

 You’d be surprised how easily shame strangles our ability to flirt.  

For many of us, feelings of shame (or trying to avoid them) keep us from asking for and experiencing things that we want. From flirting to romance to sex, many of us feel paralyzed by shame and powerless to change it. The results over a lifetime can be catastrophic. The great news is you don’t have to let shame stop you anymore and you don’t need to be “shameless” to get what you want in your relationships. Both flirting and asking for what you want are excellent skills to transform your social world and life.

When: Jan 8, 2012; 6-9pm
Where: Divine Interludes, 4215 Spring Street, Ste. #124, La Mesa, CA
Cost: $20 prepaid. Space is limited to 22 people so RSVP here ASAP!

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In this special 3-hour, interactive workshop you will learn:

  • The emotional tools and approaches Reid uses to deal with his own sexual shame
  • Reid’s unique perspective on flirting that you can implement immediately
  • How to “track” your shame and have it lead you to breakthroughs in your relationships
  • How 7th Grade and cultural shame are keeping us from flirting our way to more love and freedom in life
  • Communication tools and strategies to have you asking for what you want in your love life, the bedroom and beyond!

This is a clothes-on, participation-optional workshop. Group exercises are not mandatory. Voyeurism is participation! And you are free to change your mind at any time. Exercises will include silly (yet powerful) flirting exercises as well as practicing asking for what we want sexually, both activities will be used as catalysts for accessing our shame and working through it by revealing it and witnessing it.

ABOUT REID: Reid Mihalko of ReidAboutSex.com helps adults create more self-esteem, self-confidence and greater health in their relationships and sex lives, no matter what their self-expression of those happen to be.

From his rated-PG/PG-13 workshops (Cuddle Party, Speed-Flirting) to the rated-R (Iron Slut Sex Educator Showdown) to his explicit, NC-17 rated, Show-N-Tell sex education workshops (where audiences get to watch, take notes, and ask questions), Reid has worked with thousands of individuals from myriad walks of life, orientations, relationship styles, countries and religions. Known for his charisma, wit and emphasis on integrity, Reid travels the country teaching, coaching, consulting and collaborating on fulfilling his mission: Create more self-esteem, self-confidence and health adults in and out of the bedroom.

Reid has been a featured speaker at dozens of conferences on relationships and sexuality and is a sought-after presenter and teacher at colleges and sex positive stores across the country.

Reid has been a writer and producer on a number of films and television projects about sex and relationships, and appears regularly in the media. He has also appeared on the Emmy award-winning talk show Montel, Fox News, VH1’s Scott Baio is 45 and Single, Showtime’s Penn & Teller’s Bulls**t!, Canada’s The Sex Files and SexTV, and the short-lived Life & Style, on NPR, Sirius’ Maxim Radio and Cosmo Radio, and in Marie Claire, GQ, Details, People, Newsweek and The National Enquirer, as well as media across the globe in thirteen countries and at least seven languages.

Follow Reid twittering as @ReidAboutSex.

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