No one deserves to have a traumatic birth experience. Every human being on this earth deserves to have an empowering and pleasurable experience.
In this conversation, Melissa Ambrosini delves into how pleasure played a significant role in her birth and relationship and what helped her and her partner to rediscover each other and their intimacy. She highlights the importance of preparing yourself for a beautiful postpartum experience, setting up an enjoyable birth environment, and embracing change. Melissa believes that everyone has the potential to awaken and change their lives for the better. Let’s dig into it! With a deep commitment to empowering others to become their best version, Melissa believes that awakening is possible for everyone. She strives to inspire others to reclaim their power, bust through fear, step into their truth, live with intention, and move in the direction of their dreams.
In this episode:
The Best-Kept Secret! The importance of setting yourself up for a positive postpartum experience How birth and Melissa’s new body took her to deeper places in her sexuality and intimacy Even after breastfeeding is over, the journey of becoming intimate with one's partner continues to be an evolving process Melissa stresses how self-love massage is a practice that helps you connect to your body Key Takeaways:
It’s essential to prepare yourself for a beautiful and blissful postpartum Birth means starting your whole love-making journey with your partner all over again as new parents and lovers Don't expect things to be the same way with your partner once you have given birth. Go into it with fresh eyes and enjoy this new beautiful journey Being gentle, kind, soft, and compassionate with yourself is essential especially post-birth It all starts with you. If you want a pleasurable life, more love, and more intimacy with your partner, it starts with you. Tweetable Quotes:
“Being really gentle with yourself is such a key piece to the puzzle because you are a completely different person, you've got a different body. And the more that you can love and accept your body, the better.” - Melissa Ambrosini