Record With Cameron

161: Integration of Sex and Faith

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November 6, 2020

What a week! I am so excited to bring you an episode that is about something most people find more interesting than politics…yep you guessed it SEX! I am so happy to be releasing another two episodes in the Among the Lilies Sex Series. The first episode is linked in my bio. I chat with dear friends Emily and Charity about the importance of mindfulness and the integration of our Catholic faith and Sex. Emily and Charity bring their education and wisdom to the table in this conversation and it is so good! I am so honored to interview them and call them friends. So go have a listen and share this episode with a friend who will appreciate it. 

The second episode will be available on Patreon! If you are one of our lovely patrons go check it out on patreon.com/amongthelilies This second episode is more of a nuts and bolts nitty gritty anatomical and practical episode about the first night. Did that get your attention? The most common question we are asked in regards to the sex series is, can you give us a practical how to for the wedding night, there isnt a lot of material out there! If you want to have access you can sign up to be a patron and you will have access to this episode as well as other sex series episodes and other amazing content. https://www.patreon.com/AmongTheLilies


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