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Dr. Hick's Guide to Fearless Living in 2015: The Secret to Life-Altering Sex - Fearlessness

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It’s about to be summer and as the days – and nights – are heating up, we’ll explore how to have fearless sex.

If you’re new to Dr. Hick’s Guide to Living Fearless in 2015, I’ll give you the scoop. This year, we’re delving into what relationships could be like – what life could be like – if lived fearlessly. To date, we’ve explored the “how-to” basics: how to love yourself, dating fearlessly, how to rise in love instead of fall, and most recently, how to take a fearless look at your relationships in order to renew them. Dr. Hick is a Denver psychologist who specializes in coaching clients through relationships, anxiety, dating, and self-development.

So, what does fearlessness have to do with sex? Good question. And I’m sure your next burning question is, “How do I have fearless sex?” 

Fearlessness and Sex

Like it or not, we all have fears about sex. It is part and parcel of growing up in a society (and in some cases, in families) that make sex, bodies, desire, and fantasy taboo topics.

It’s not like fear is bad in all cases, and certainly not in all situations involving intimacy. Practicing fearlessness in sexual encounters is not about having sex with complete strangers or having unsafe sex. Protecting yourself and your partners from potential emotional or physical harm is always recommended.

Practicing fearlessness in sex does involve taking an honest look at your fears, your anxieties, and your secret desires related to sex and exploring how pushing beyond your typical comfort zones can enhance your satisfaction and connection with yourself and/or your partner.

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