With deeper intimacy we are more strongly faced with the ways our sexulaity may be affected by fear, shame and self-doubt. Yet vulnerability is also the doorway to the treasures of our soul and to the heart of intimacy. The Trobes provide a roadmap for bringing sex and vulnerability together to deepen and enrich intimacy. The book offers examples from their own lives and the lives of those they have counseled. The Trobes lead seminars around the world on issues of intimacy, sexuality and healing childhood wounds that can interfere with intimacy. From the "Learning Love" seminars.
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Krishnananda Trobe, M.D. is a psychiatrist, with degrees from Harvard University and the University of California. Amana, his partner, is a Danish therapist. They are the founders and directors of Learning Love Institute based in Sedona, Arizona. Together, they lead seminars and trainings teaching intimacy, healthy sexuality, meditation and healing childhood wounds in many countries worldwide including, the US, Mexico, Brazil, Italy, Spain, Holland, Germany, Sweden, Norway, China, Taiwan, Russia, Czech Republic, and Turkey. They have trained seminar leaders and session givers teaching the Learning Love Work in many of these countries. They have written four books, Stepping Out of Fear - Breaking Free of Pain and Suffering, Face to Face with Fear - Transforming Fear Into Love, When Trust Fails and How We Recover It - Learning to Love Ourselves and Others, and When Sex Becomes Intimate - How Sex Changes as Intimacy Deepens.
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