It’s Not Cheating: Declutter Your Dating Life

It’s Not Cheating: Declutter Your Dating Life

The final webinar of the Saturday It’s Not Cheating slate was presented by a returning champion, Dr. Liz Powell, who followed up a wonderful episode in our COVID-19 series with another stellar segment, this time centering how to separate wheat from chaff in your dating life, and how to thoughtfully dispel with the latter.

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Timestamps:
Featured Presentation: 0:00 – 52:30
PLUS Membership Promo: 52:00 – 1:01:00
Q&A/Open Discussion: 1:01:00 – 1:43:33

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Dr. Liz believes that great sex can change the world. They are on a mission to help you have more meaningful, pleasurable relationships in life and work, as well as the bedroom. They’re a coach and licensed psychologist (CA 27871, OR 3068) helping couples and singles develop self-confidence and authenticity in their relationships, whether conventional or non-traditional. Dr. Liz has made multiple media appearances, including in Cosmopolitan, Playboy, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio show Ideas.

As a sex educator, Dr. Liz has spoken on many stages internationally including the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists Annual Conference, the Guelph Sexuality Conference, and the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit. Their new book, Building Open Relationships, is the newest way they is spreading the Great Sex word. Dr Liz believes that being confident in who you are is the gateway to great relationships and great sex – and great sex, according to Dr. Liz, can change the world.

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