Suzannah Weiss is a freelance writer specializing in sex and relationships. Her work has been widely published in outlets like The New York Times, The Washington Post, New York Magazine, Playboy, Teen Vogue, and more.
Suzannah is also a relationship coach who gives psychic readings—a combination that she calls intuitive sex and love coaching. She graduated from Brown University with a BS in Cognitive Neuroscience and a BA in Gender & Sexuality Studies and Modern Culture & Media. Suzannah’s philosophy is that everyone’s body is designed to experience as much pleasure as they want, whenever they want, and with whomever they want.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
Suzannah Weiss talks about her personal experience with cheating
How Suzannah’s work as a sex and relationship writer impacted her relationship
The typical responses Suzannah received from therapists about her infidelity
What prompted Suzannah to start thinking about what she really wanted in a partnership?
Why Suzannah hasn’t told her ex-boyfriend about her infidelity
Suzannah’s romantic life since ending her previous relationship—and her vision for her future partnerships
The different levels of intimacy a relationship can have
How to connect with Suzannah Weiss
In this episode…
There’s a lot of black and white thinking when it comes to the way we regard infidelity as a society. You’re either cheating or you’re not; you’re either right or you’re wrong; you’re either good or you’re bad.
In Suzannah Weiss’s case, however, she was largely operating in the gray. As a sex and relationship writer, Suzannah went through her own experience of cheating, for lack of a better word, on her boyfriend of three years. After getting a better idea of what she does and doesn’t want from a partnership, they parted ways amicably—but it took some time, tension, and self-reflection to get there.
Join Dr. Marie Murphy as she sits down with sex and relationship writer Suzannah Weiss in this episode of Your Secret is Safe with Me. Together, they talk about Suzannah’s personal experience with infidelity, the different kinds of intimacy a relationship can—and sometimes can’t—have, and why she never told her ex that she was cheating. Keep listening!
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