A memento from a woman I dated, Fall 2015.
I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to talk about this.
Actually, that’s not true. I do know.
There were a lot of factors that have kept me from going into detail about what me and my husband have been experimenting with for the last few years, the greatest one being: This entire experience has been incredibly rich.
There’s so much to tell, so much ground to cover, and I haven’t known where to start.
Today, I finally feel ready to talk about something that has deeply rocked and ignited my sexual liberation journey.
In this episode of the Sexually Liberated Woman podcast, I share. . .
/ Some of the sweet moments of opening up (including some glimpses of my favorite dates).
/ And some of the low moments of opening up, where I thought about quitting this adventure completely.
/ The one lesson I kept learning over and over.
/ The unexpected ways dating other people rocked my marriage, and how we managed to find our way back to each other.
/ And where Jonathan and I are at now with all of this.
“One of the biggest takeaways: realizing that my sexual orientation isn’t some phase that will blow over once I get it out of my system, but an actual vital part of me and my existence.”
One last thing!
In a couple of weeks, Jonathan and I will be doing a special episode where we talk together about our recent adventures in non-monogamy.
If there’s anything in particular you’d like to know from our experience, or if you have a burning question about how we made this work, send me an email personally, and maybe we’ll answer it on the show: firstname.lastname@example.org.