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Dr. Susan Edelman talks about “Be Your Own Brand of Sexy”

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Dr. Susan Edelman talks about “Be Your Own Brand of Sexy”

There’s a lot of confusion these days about dating, sex, and being sexy.  Both men and women are sometimes at a loss for what to do. What “goes” and what doesn’t? What’s expected and what isn’t? The Internet has brought us “on-line dating” and what seems like a whole new set of rules. Some question if there even are any rules. Women’sown brand of sexy liberation and the sexual revolution of the 60s have meant different things to different people and some haven’t thought it through for themselves. Today we’re going to talk about a new sexual revolution and being “your own brand of sexy.” What does that mean? What is your brand of sexy? Tune in and find out what Dr. Susan Edelman has to say about it.

About Dr. Susan Edelman

Board-certified psychiatrist Dr. Susan Edelman has spent 30 years as a practicing therapist in Palo Alto, California specializing in women’s issues. She’s the author of the multi award-winning book, ‘Be Your Own Brand of Sexy: A New Sexual Revolution for Women and the ebook “What to Say to Men on a Date.” She helps single women reclaim their power—by learning what works best for them—instead of what they’re programmed to believe is “normal” by today’s culture. In addition to her private practice, Dr. Edelman is an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor at Stanford University in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. She’s been a guest on dozens of radio shows, including Jenny McCarthy’s “Dirty, Sexy, Funny.” You can learn more about her by visiting www.DrSusanEdelman.com.

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