The Difference Between Being Emotional and Emotionally Naked

The Difference Between Being Emotional and Emotionally Naked

Emotional vulnerability is crucial in building deep connections with another person, but how can you do that without feeling like you are oversharing, complaining, or using the other person as a dumping ground? This week, Lisa and Benjamin dive into what it looks like to be emotionally naked and share your emotions in a vulnerable way that builds a foundation of trust and friendship with a man. They give concrete examples of what it would sound like to be emotional vs. emotionally naked and practical tips for getting your mood and mindset in a space that will draw him to you and invite him to get emotionally naked as well.

What You’ll Hear In This Episode:

  • Lisa shares how she learned to open up and truly get emotionally naked.
  • When we open up and share something, we wait to see how it’s responded to and how it’s received.
  • How working with Lisa and Benjamin can help you share your emotions in a vulnerable way that doesn’t make the man want to back out the door and run away.
  • Being emotionally naked can be light and playful, but it doesn’t have to mean you are fake or acting like everything is fine and dandy when it isn’t.
  • The phrase “share your head before you share your bed” is essential because if you share your bed first, it’s hard to go back and build that foundation of friendship.
  • Emoting isn’t bad, but it’s the dumping on another person and using them as an emotional dumping ground where the problem comes in.
  • It’s so important to see a doctor and get the help you can for hormone issues that make you feel extra stressed, anxious, and irritable.
  • What is the Magic Minute?
  • Some concrete tips for relaxing your body and mind on a date.

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