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

Jenna is a soulful storyteller, who loves personal and professional tales with heart and truth. Her mission is to encourage women to follow their dreams; build upon their strengths; encourage deeper connections; and bring new, interesting, and innovative ideas into the world through storytelling. She shows women how to use the written word to share […]

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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

Michelle Ann Owens is a talk host, digital audio producer and editor, voiceover talent, session vocalist, songwriter and businesswoman with a 15+-year entertainment industry background. She’s worked on stage, on camera, in the studio, and in a corner office as head of new business development for several different agencies. She’s not just a creative talent, but with 15+ years […]

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Episode 6 – Getting High Off of Honesty with Aaron Steinberg

Aaron FS is a relationship coach from Oakland, CA. Over the past seven years, he has helped hundreds of people learn to communicate confidently and effectively in relationships so they can feel truly free and fulfilled. In addition to being a certified sex educator and completing a 195 hour transformational leadership training, Aaron earned his […]

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Episode 5 – My Recent Accident and Health Scare

In this solo episode, I share with you the nitty gritty around the recent accident I had … quite a health scare. My face is still healing from a broken nose, black eyes, and a gashed up forehead. You can find photos on Instagram and my FB biz page – @thisturnedonlife. It was quite the traumatic […]

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Episode 4 – The Vulnerability of Wanting and Desire

In this solo episode, I share with you the interesting dynamic of wanting and turn on being just as vulnerable as taboo. That the mere act of wanting has us want to hide and shut down desire. It’s a fascinating topic and also a place for us to bring awareness and intentionally untangle from in order […]

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Episode 3 – Creativity and Literary Love Affairs with Ashwak Fardoush

Ashwak Fardoush is a writer and a teacher. She was born in Bangladesh and emigrated to the United States with her family at a young age. Her writing explores issues related to gender and sexuality, trauma, body politics, immigration, and holistic writing practices. She facilitates workshops, coaches, and tutors writers to help them venture into […]

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Episode 2 – The Wound and Shame around Bodies

In this solo episode, I share with you my thoughts and feelings around the shame we hold towards our bodies. Mostly I share around my own wounding when it comes to my body. It is a super raw and tender place for me. However I am tired of staying silent around this, which is a direct effect of shame. […]

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