A psychotherapist and therapeutic relationship coach, Rachel Wright is recognized as one of the freshest voices on modern and millennial relationships. She is the co-founder of Wright Wellness Center where she is on a mission to help people have better sex, relationships, and mental health, through a growing catalog of master classes, online programs, resources and a supportive online community. She’s been referred to as someone “bridging the gap between a self-help book and a therapist's couch.” Rachel is also a sex educator, speaker, and writer, and the co-host of the Bachelor-themed podcast The Wright Reasons, which hosts a weekly discussion about all things The Bachelor through the lens of healthy relationships. She has been featured widely in the media, including Cosmopolitan, InStyle, Women’s Health, NBC News Radio, PsychologyToday, MindBodyGreen, Bustle, and dozens of other outlets.
Rachel and I had so much fun in this conversation. We dove head first into people-pleasing and “shoulding” on ourselves and others. And from there, we talked about sex and our awkward humanness around the topic. Join us as we practice naming some important body parts and join the effort to remove the stigma around sex and help make the world a better place. I hope you’ll laugh with us and come away with some big aha’s. And please share this episode with everyone. Let’s put the effort into spreading positivity.
“There is so much stigma around all of this that we keep things inside, and we can’t express ourselves. And a thought or feeling that gets trapped inside cannot go anywhere.”
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