Women’s sexual empowerment thrillers. Fast-paced fiction meets sexual revolution.
I'm focusing my efforts on writing
When I asked myself: “What’s the most enjoyable and powerful way to spread my message about women’s sexual fulfillment?” Art was the unequivocal answer. After 7 years of coaching thousands of women and couples, I’m writing a book!
I’m currently on sabbatical with coaching and am not taking any clients until 2021.
My favorite type of art is stories, particularly suspense fiction. I am merging my passion for suspense with my extensive knowledge on women’s sexuality. Please stay tuned for more info on my forthcoming novel in development.
Have you ever wondered, “What happened to me?”
“I used to have dreams. I used to have passions. But kids and work and ‘real life’ got in the way. Now I’m almost 40 years old, and I’m sick of feeling tired all the time. I’m sick of settling for good-enough. I don’t want to wait any longer to regain myself and pursue my dreams because I realize now that if I wait too long, I’ll miss it.”
In my 7 years of coaching thousands of women and couples around sex, I heard this story over and over again: the dissatisfied woman who got caught up in practicalities, let her life—and her sex life—slip away, until now she stands on the brink of divorce, sanity, and purpose wondering, “I used to feel wild. I used to love sex. I’m halfway through my life. How can I feel like ME again?”
My books transform this too-familiar experience into the grand drama that it really is. Because a woman claiming her sexual fulfillment is not for the faint of heart… and often has dire consequences.
You know you “should” have sex for the sake of your relationship—but do you want it?
Do you long for it?
Will you ask for it?
Would you chase you partner across town to get it?
Probably not. And you know what? You shouldn’t.
It’s easy to let your pleasure slide. I know because I’ve done it.
I lost my passion after becoming a mother. My husband looked like another mouth to feed. I had sex because I wanted to be a “good woman.” But by age 30, I felt like a wilted flower: dry, tired, and unsexy. I felt tense going to bed because I didn’t want to have “that fight about sex” again. I felt relieved when it was over because I’d done my duty for the week and could finally relax and read by book. I was certain there was something wrong with me.
What I’ve found is it wasn’t my fault or my partner’s fault—it was my lack of understanding around how to have sex that worked for ME. I had never seen it modeled and I didn’t even know it was an option.
If you relate, I invite you to relax. You can stop blaming yourself. You’re not broken and you’re not alone.
You can feel confident, sexy, and alive no matter who you’re with.
There’s another way to have sex that increases intimacy and pleasure for both of you. I’ve taught it to thousands of women and couples. It’s so simple, it’s revolutionary.
Operator, Investor, Coach
“My wife and I have done many courses related to couples and intimacy.
- David Deida
- Lots of books by various authors
All are good. Bez’s course has been, for us, the most effective.”
Mother and Teacher
“In the past, there was a silent expectation that my husband wanted sex from me. I thought I was broken because I didn’t want to do it… what was wrong with me? When we did have sex, I felt like a good wife because I had done what I was supposed to do. But I didn’t enjoy it.
Bez changed everything. Now I have sex because I love it—I want more of it than my husband does!”