On this episode of Uncommon Convos Dennis talks with two very talented men. Rowan Joseph and Shane Partlow are business partners who have had some great successes together over the years, which we will certainly explore. But separately and individually, they have each had amazing careers in the entertainment industry.
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This week on Uncommon Convos, Dennis sits down for the first of two episodes with best-selling author, entrepreneur, and beloved Sex and Intimacy Expert, Susan Bratton. Tune in to Susan’s Uncommon Convo to hear how what started as marital strife transformed into a successful career in intimacy, the problem with fear based sexual education, the three things you need to know to be a good lover, ways to communicate effectively with your partner, the orgasm gap, the negative sexual stereotypes in mainstream pornography, how to revive a partner’s sex drive, living a turned-on life, and so much more.
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