Cheers Sexy People!
Hello, Loving Without Boundaries (LWB) community! As always, I am sending good energy and vibes of hope and love to our amazing community. I believe that sharing inspirational stories of hope, inclusion, and healthy lifestyles are more important than ever. If you are looking for ways to connect with loved ones you may be separated from, check out this blog post for resources and ideas. On to another inspiring story…
I am beyond excited to share my latest podcast interview that I released with Orit Krug, who is a dance/movement therapist, as well as a creative arts therapist. Wow, what a fascinating background, and history this amazing human has, as well as a huge passion to help our cherished community. It takes a special brand of person to not only do this transformative and challenging work to heal their own life. Yet to turn around and pay it forward giving that gift of trauma-informed and healing change to others is just magic. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know Orit through this thoughtful and incredibly interesting interview, and highly admire her perseverance, clear passion for her work, and her big loving heart. Orit, thank you so much for reaching out to myself and my team to collaborate with us! I hope to continue the conversation in months and years to come, and hopefully meet you in person one day. I am so grateful for your beautiful, important work that is so needed.
Here is Her Bio:
Orit Krug is an award-winning Board-Certified Dance/Movement Therapist and Licensed Creative Arts Therapist who has helped transform the lives of more than 5,000 clients. A licensed therapist with her own practice, she has helped couples strengthen and expand their relationships by working through past trauma stored in the body. As Orit practices polyamory in her own life, she uses her experience and platform to ensure that partners can safely and lovingly expand beyond the normal boundaries in all of their relationships.
Some topics we discuss in this fun, informative, and entertaining interview:
- The importance of trust and intuition in relationships.
- Signs of unresolved trauma.
- The importance of taking time and space, and feeling one’s emotions.
- Different responses to trauma: fight, flight, freeze.
- Changing nonverbal approaches in relationships.
- Healing trauma and creating new healthy patterns.
- Tune in to listen to this fantastic podcast episode!
Thank you, Orit, for being so wonderfully generous with your time, and for sharing your work and life with us via the podcast interview! It was enlightening, interesting, and so fun!
To hear the podcast, go to the Podcast link here and subscribe to the Loving Without Boundaries podcast, then check out Episode 225 with Orit Krug. Also, please help spread awareness of alternative lifestyles and create more tolerance for consensual non-monogamy in the world at large by Rating and Reviewing the LWB podcast in iTunes. It only takes a few minutes.
If you would like to be interviewed either in written form or via audio on the podcast, please feel free to contact me and we will set something up. Thank you!
I recently have had the honor of being featured on these awesome podcasts:
40+ Gay Men Gay Talk Podcast by Rick Clemons, Episode 193 where I talk about throuples and polyamory.
Normalizing Non-Monogamy Podcast, Episode 179 as I share my story with them.
Indie Author Weekly Podcast, Episode 112 in which I talk about writing my book, “The Jealousy Survival Guide.”
The Open Nesters Podcast, Episode 14 and hear me chat with them on jealousy, compersion, and how to handle a deep relationship.
EXCLUSIVE CONTENT OFFER – We have exclusive content for you via the LWB podcast and my Patreon page. Want to hear more from our amazing interviewees? You got it! Right on, let’s do it! Want monthly “Hangouts” with yours truly and other patrons? Cool! Let’s do it! It’s all there! Come join us, and enjoy exclusive content made just for you, our patrons of this work!
JOIN OUR COMMUNITY ONLINE
Free LWB Facebook Group for Healthy, Sex Positive, Open Relationships — Ready to explore healthy, connected (and virtually jealousy-free) open relationships? It’s all possible – especially when surrounded by a community of people already doing it. There’s an abundance of rock star information posted in the group daily by our amazing members. We create a safe place to engage that’s fun and thrilling! Click here and request to join our free group!
UPCOMING POLY-FRIENDLY EVENTS
Where are you on your non-traditional relationship journey? Are you just starting out, feeling alone and confused? Unsure how to navigate this new world?
On Wednesday, September 20th at 10:30 AM ET, I am hosting a FREE Live Masterclass called: The 5-Step Formula My Clients Use to Create Healthy, Loving, Open Relationships (even if nothing has worked before) in our Private LWB Facebook group.
This Masterclass will show you how to live your most authentic life free from shame & guilt with tools to liberate you from challenging emotions like jealousy once and for all. And, please know that it is USUAL for participants to VERY quickly experience relief and BIG shifts during these events… So Join the Facebook group and then reserve your seat for this life-changing event!
>>> Looking for more events around the globe? Check out Alan’s Polyamory List of Events to stay informed and connected.
See you on the flip side, lovely community! Keep being brave, compassionately vulnerable, and uniquely and authentically you!
Wishing you peace, love and happiness
(and thrilling, fun sex too!)
Kitty Chambliss, Master Coach, CPC
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