I was calling because I am trying to decide how much to delve into blocks right now. My wife is kind of getting over some depression that she went through earlier in the year and my choice or my decision is, should I wait for a later point in time to try to address blocks or sort of bring things up in discussions like that? I don’t want to put sort of new things for her to be anxious about right now, at the same time, I also don’t want to defer things sort of indefinitely, to have conversations like that either. I don’t know, maybe that’s just a judgment call broadly, but I want it to be helpful to her as well. I don’t know if you have thoughts on that.Yes. Just a little bit of what you said cut out at the beginning, so I’ll just reiterate that your wife is going through healing of some depression that she had earlier this year and you have stuff that you’d like to talk about in the spirit of clearing blocks, but you don’t know whether you should delay it a little bit? Right. Yeah, exactly.How serious is the depression and what has she done to treat it? Was she put on pharmaceuticals, is she doing more natural work, is she in therapy? What is she doing and how serious has it been? It was unrelated and she went to therapy weekly for a number of months. No pharmaceuticals. She stopped therapy now, seems like she’s feeling better in general, but maybe not quite back to 100% necessarily.Does she know you’re doing this course? Yes, she does.. Learn how to truly enjoy sex.
Is she supportive of it? Have you talked to her about concepts already that you’re dealing with in the course? Ideas, that kind of thing? Somewhat, yeah. Yeah, somewhat. I think in some ways she was being centrally cool, I think also it maybe brings her a little bit of anxiety, just to focus on that as something else to change or a potential stressor, too. Ambivalent maybe, would be the…Okay. First, I really appreciate that you are being sensitive to her and also that you’re very keen to do the block clearing and not set a precedent of not talking about things. I would just tread lightly. You’re doing the course, you could start from a more, “Hey, this is what we were learning about today,” and just start sharing a little bit more in depth, and like, “What do you think about this?” More playful, curious, conversational, and then slowly ease into a little bit more serious stuff, but do it in a really initially non-confrontational way, like you’re really just sharing information, you’re excited to have learned about this today or “Hey, this caller today was talking about something and it just made me think of,” whatever. Put it out there in a very non-confrontational way and more conversational. Then kind of see if you can slide a little bit more into the serious issues. Okay. Thanks.