About Natalie

Natalie Vartanian, CPCC, ACC, is a certified life coach, talented writer, speaker, workshop facilitator and an expert when it comes to sex and relationships. She knows it’s possible to have amazing love in an unconventional way. She works with individuals and couples to build better relationships and help them amplify the communication and intimacy, which always results in better sex. She has also worked in organizations such as Google to develop personal development curriculum and present around the importance of designing relationships in the classroom to educators, as well as personal leadership for education outreach professionals. Her work has been featured in Forbes.com, Good Men Project and Your Life Your Way.

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Episode 14 – Cultivating Strong Friendships with Dani Buckley

In today’s episode, the topic is friendships. We don’t put enough emphasis as a society on our friendships. It is easier to take those relationships for granted because it is such a part of our lives. So in this conversation with Dani, we explore the ins and outs of friendship and cover the following topics […]

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Episode 13 – The Taboo of Being Bold and Liberation of Coming Out with Rick Clemons

Sometimes the taboo thing is simply taking action toward something you love. In this deep and provocative conversation with Rick Clemons, we cover the following topics and more: The phenomena of placing taboos on ourselves Six steps of coming out and making bold moves LIberating yourself in every area of your life Standing up for yourself, […]

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Episode 12 – Sex and Confidence after Motherhood with Jessica Cartwright

Mom and Sex – usually not two words that are naturally linked together. Which is why I wanted to talk about it.  In this fun and enlightening conversation with Jessica, we cover the following topics and more: Sex after childbirth and loving your body so that your body loves you in response Things ebb and […]

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Episode 11 – The Shadow Sides of Sexual Assault with Jennifer Underwood

This conversation with Jennifer is edgy. It was born out of the #metoo movement to bring light to the number of people who have experienced sexual assault, harassment, or violence. We tackle the challenging topic of the unconscious motivations of why we do what we do when it comes to sex. It is edgy and […]

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Episode 10 – Feeling Grief and Honoring Love with Elisabeth Becker

  Grief. We avoid it like the plague at times. We don’t want to feel it. We don’t want to talk about it. Yet if it isn’t addressed, it festers, makes us sick, even shuts us down to even giving or receiving love. In this informative and powerful conversation with Elisabeth, we cover the following topics: […]

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Episode 9 – Overcoming the Pain of Silencing your Story with Jenna Nicole

  I don’t know a single person that won’t relate to this conversation. It is about the ways we silence ourselves and the pain that comes from it. In this tender, sweet, and honest conversation with Jenna, we cover the following topics: Politeness, truth telling, and the messiness of life Real talk about the fear and […]

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Episode 8 – The Struggle around Sharing my Sex Stories

In this solo episode, I let you in on the struggle I was having in writing my book. I was experiencing major writer’s block and realized a lot of it was in part due to the unsafely I feel (and probably MOST women feel) around sex.  It is a vulnerable share as the whole idea of sharing […]

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Episode 7 – Real Talk about Working on Relationships with Michelle Ann Owens

Relationships. They take work. They do. But what kind of work, and what if the work is learning to walk away? In this hilarious and honest conversation with Michelle, we cover the following topics: How working on relationships does take two after all  Taking your time in searching for and/or cultivating a relationship Why we keep […]

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