Don´t we all want buddies to cuddle?
Setting boundaries = saying no.
Being able to deal with a no.
I often hear that people have a hard time saying what they want from the other person or what they don't want.
No matter if it is on a date or in a relationship or between friends.
For myself, all three topics were and still are learning fields in my life.
I now find it much easier to express my wishes and also to communicate what I don't want.
What has helped me?
Previously, people were afraid and uncertain.
There were giggles and laughter whether from shame or joy.
Tears have flowed, whether from sadness or emotion or both.
Anger also had its place.
It was always important, and it is important this time as well, to take care of the others and to be respectful.
There was always support and assistance.
Then people go back to their lives and report that they are much more capable of acting again.
The workshop is for all those who would like to practice exactly this and at the same time to fill up on one of the most beautiful things in this world:
Closeness and connectedness.
Everything is voluntary.
Everything must be asked for.
A verbal "yes" can always become a no.
"Saying no" is welcome and courageous.
A maybe is a no.
Clothes stay on.
Listen to yourself and your gut.
It's about cuddling alone.
Most of the time many are excited and a little unsure at first and that is ok and part of the experience we are having together.
Part 1: I explain the rules and we practice them.
Part 2: Cuddle party so free cuddling.
Through a hygiene concept, the current requirements are met.
The events take place in the context of private parties.