You have a guy, a gal, someone significant in your life.
At first the thrill of love is exhilarating, all hearts, chocolates, and flowers. Then, before you know it, the two of you have settled into the mundane existence of being a couple…an unconnected, to much else going on, couple!
Then, one day, you realize, you’re more connected to your friends at work then you are the person you share a bed with – that just ain’t right!
As you navigate the spectrum of love, intimacy, and partnered bliss (married or otherwise), sometimes it becomes hard to keep your head in the game. Questions of monogamy, trust, infidelity, suddenly become the top of mind, fear-based way of being in your relationship. Up until now!
Elliott Kronenfeld, LICSW, MSW, MS is a seasoned therapist, educator, and sex educator, joins us today to talk about coupledom, creating space for each other, and exploring the word MONOGAMY. Buckle up folks, it’s going to be a bump ride as we turn tried and true beliefs inside out and upside down.
- There’s 50 shades of monogamy and they don’t necessarily involve Christian Grey!
- Learn how to define your couplehood with these simple tools.
- Invert the triangle and what do you get? Listen and learn.
- Tweetable: Have a relationship with the person in front of you today, not the person you married 5 years ago!
- This “C” word will keep your relationship on fire!
Connect With Elliott
Elliott Kronenfeld, LICSW, MSW, MS is a seasoned therapist, educator, and public speaker. Having worked with couples and families around the globe, he brings a multicultural perspective to his work with people who face fertility challenges, people who discovering their sexual being and couples growing with intentional intimacy. As an internationally sought speaker, Elliott brings his learning and perspective to clinical and nonclinical audiences as they work to grow and connect. Elliott is an Expanding Sex Therapy Practitioner and a member of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists as well as the American Society of Reproductive Medicine. He has earned a Master of Clinical Social Work and a Master of Communication from Simmons College in Boston, MA.