On EP 09: of The Thinkergirls Pod Channel, Stacey June and Kristie Mercer creators of some of the most successful female podcasts and content in Australia chat to another inspiring chickadee bestselling author of ‘Mastering Your Inner Mean Girl’ and ‘Open Wide’ Melissa Ambrosini.

Stace & Kristie chat with Melissa about her latest bestselling book ’Open Wide – a radically real guide to deep love, rocking relationships & soulful sex’ and Melissa explains the difference between a clitoral and a cervical orgasm where the connection is beyond just a physical connection to allow someone into your sex chakra (5:00) but can you find that connection in a more casual basis? (8:39) Stace & Melissa share how ‘cracking open’ with your partner can look beautiful from the outside but also be the hardest thing you’ll ever do (9:46) Kristie wants to know if self discovery has to be a journey taken in solitude or can there be lessons learnt in relationships (12:26) Melissa explains what ‘polarity’ means and why we all need to find it in ourselves as well as our relationships (17:29) Are you too much in your masculine energy? (19:55) Melissa explains how to step more into our feminine energy practically (21:33) How to not loose yourself in a new relationship (26:08) and the biggest lesson Melissa comes back to throughout all she’s learnt through her work just happens to be a tattoo Kristie’s thinking of getting (31:31) and speaking of tattoo’s who could forget the dolphin tramp Stace is having removed (34:55) which you can watch here


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Stacey June and Kristie Mercer are The Thinkergirls — who talk all the thoughts you’re thinking but not saying. You can find the girls on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube. You can listen to the girls on their podcasts or around the country on the national radio show on the KIIS network.

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