Are you too much?

Are you too much? Do you hear: “You’re too much”? Whether it be at work or in a relationship, hearing you’re too much is devastating.

I want to introduce you to the Sinha Intensive/Expansive Framework and tell you that you aren’t too much. Go take this quiz. Read the book. Consider some coaching with Leela Sinha, the framework’s creator.

I met Leela at Sex Geek Summer Camp in the summer of 2015. By the summer of 2016 Leela was touring with their new book You’re Not Too Much. My community, then in West Michigan, was fortunate to participate in a couple of get-togethers with Leela, to learn more about the book just before it’s launch.

Once I was able to get the book in my hands, I gobbled it up. (If you’ve taken the test linked above you’ll understand when I say I’m an 8.) It was maybe the first time I felt like my “too much” was a gift. I gained a lot of self-acceptance reading You’re Not Too Much. I think you will too, if the phrase resonates with you.

Not too much? Then I think you’ll find the Sinha Intensive/Expansive Framework a great tool to add to your intrapersonal toolbox for maintaining relationships.

Are you too much? I’d love to hear from you! Comment below or let’s connect.

Are you interested in more of my book recommendations, check back. I’ll make a list!

Michelle (she/her), based in the Baltimore area, offers human connection coaching ranging from cuddle therapy to surrogate partner therapy (sexual surrogacy).  While Michelle is not a sex therapist, she is a sex geek, experienced in kink/BDSM, polyamory and other relationship structures.  Your weird isn’t weird to her.  In her world,  you’re normal.

Michelle (she/her), based in the Baltimore area, offers human connection coaching ranging from cuddle therapy to surrogate partner therapy (sexual surrogacy).  While Michelle is not a sex therapist, she is a sex geek, experienced in kink/BDSM, polyamory and other relationship structures.  Your weird isn’t weird to her.  In her world,  you’re normal.