Light the FIRE! with Tong

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Are you ready for this? Let’s talk about sex. Yes, sex. Let’s talk about how work stress affects your sex life, your relationships, and your satisfaction. We all need it. Shouldn’t we be enjoying it more?

But, what does this have to do with work? For many executives, stress at work affects our relationships at home and our performance in bed. Let’s be completely honest here…lack of a satisfying relationship and sex life also leads to affairs and divorce, which increase our stress level and leads to poor performance at work.

Tong Fei will be presenting the topic ‘How work stress affects your sex life and how to put the spark back in your relationship’ at Light the FIRE! on March 11. This is guaranteed to be an eye-opening conversation. You may want to have your significant other attend with you.

Tong Fei received her MSW degree from the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis and currently teaches and organizes the Healthy Relationships and Sexual Health program at Dartmouth College. Tong also serves as the Section Head of Vermont and New Hampshire of AASECT (American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists). Born and raised in China, Tong lives and loves the life of intersectionality and diversity. Tong believes in and promotes pleasure-oriented holistic sex education/therapy and is dedicated to the work of improving people’s intimate relationships and sexual wellbeing.

REGISTER FOR LIGHT THE FIRE! HERE

Early Bird Discount expires 2/19/17!

ONLY 100 SEATS AVAILABLE.

Event Sponsorship and Vendor Tables Available.

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