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Esther Perel wants to help you rediscover the erotic and build your own modern village

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In this episode, Liz speaks to renowned psychotherapist, podcast host, and New York Times bestselling author, Esther Perel, about pandemic parenting, how we can build our own modern village to support both parents and kids, and how mothers can start to bring the erotic back into their daily lives. Esther also talks about her new game, “Where Should We Begin: A Game of Stories” and how it uses storytelling to help elicit curiosity and reframe your perceptions.

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