Wheel Of Consent writing
Browse my written resources below to learn more about how you can bring different aspects of the Wheel Of Consent into your life. Or scroll down for press and media articles and writing about the Wheel Of Consent.
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Why it’s good to take
Taking doesn’t have to just mean ‘taking advantage’. Find out why it’s important for you to develop your skills to take consentingly
Better gift giving – what’s the secret?
Are you giving for the right reasons? Discover how to tell if your giving is really for the other person, or whether you’re giving as a way to meet your own needs
Why good boundaries actually create more freedom
Good boundaries are an important way to create more freedom in relationships. Discover why and learn a new way to think about your boundaries
Why touch is so important – and so challenging
It’s vital for wellbeing, but most of us also find it challenging. Learn more about this essential sense, and how to reclaim it for yourself
3 steps to enjoy touch more
If you want to enjoy touch more there are 3 elements you need. Find out what they are, and what you can do when things feel a bit edgy
Articles about the Wheel Of Consent
The New York Times, 15 Dec 2020
Interview with Robyn Dalzen and Betty Martin of the School Of Consent
"This year, physical distance and safety became part of a suddenly urgent conversation for everyone. But for educators focused on intimacy and consent, questions about bodies and boundaries are a constant focus" by Julia Carmel
Tears, honesty and flirty games: how we escaped our married sex rut.
"After 15 years and three children, my husband and I found ourselves stuck in an ‘intimacy impasse’. Could a therapist help us sizzle again?" Liz Allen explores her options, including the 'game-changer' of the Wheel of Consent.