42: The Mindset of Pleasure with Danielle Savory
Updated: Aug 24
Danielle Savory is a Certified Life Coach and pleasure expert who helps women use their largest sex organ — their brain — for better sex and a more pleasure-filled life. She weaves together her background in neuroscience, her expertise in mindfulness, and her skills as a coach to help women rewire their brains, connect with their bodies, and take an empowered approach to their sexuality. In addition to being a frequent guest on podcasts, Danielle is also the host of the It’s My Pleasure podcast.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
Danielle Savory explains what it means to work on your mindset around sex
How can the stories you tell yourself change the way you view your sex life with your partner?
Why understanding the way your brain functions can help in your healing process
The power of choice and the opportunities it brings
Danielle describes why it’s important to fulfill your own needs and desires — and how to navigate your expectations
What is “the manual” and what happens when you set it down?
Danielle talks about a difficult time in her life when she felt disconnected from her body
In this episode…
How does the way you think affect your sex life? What causes the excitement of a new relationship to fade? And, can changing your mindset create more pleasure in your relationship and life?
According to pleasure expert Danielle Savory, you can transform the way you experience your relationship simply by changing how you think. As she says, people in long-term relationships often unintentionally eliminate the things that create desire and make the relationship exciting — but it doesn’t have to be that way. By understanding yourself and your expectations more clearly, you can break out of old patterns and invite connection and passion back into your life.
In this episode of Your Secret is Safe With Me, Dr. Marie Murphy talks with Danielle Savory, a Certified Life Coach and pleasure expert, about how your mindset can affect your relationships and love life. Danielle explains how the stories you tell yourself influence your sex life, the importance of evaluating your expectations in a long-term relationship, and why understanding your brain may be the first step in the healing process. Stay tuned.
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