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Asking for What You Want

Asking for What You Want
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Asking those we love for ANYTHING can be problematic. Our culture encourages us to be independent, self-made islands unto ourselves. We are each doing it our way and win or lose, we wear our failures and successes as testament to our personal worth or lack thereof.

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Veronica, It seems that the Americans have kept not only the Protestant work ethic, but also the Protestant avertion to discussing sex or even acknowledging its existence. The european coutries are much more relaxed it most ways about it, and seem to be much more at ease in several toher ways also. Thank you for you column and your advice. It will probably be a bit harder to put into proactice than I like to admit, but I am sure it will be worth the effort.

07/19/2011

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  • Veronica Monet was a high-end escort who catered to married men for nearly 15 years. Now she teaches couples to create compassion, connection and a revitalized sex life through specific communication techniques. How did her work as an escort prepare her for her current role as a Couples Consultant?

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