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Veronica Monet, ACS is an internationally acclaimed empowerment change agent. CNN, FOX, Politically Incorrect, Yale, Stanford and UC Berkeley are just a few of the numerous news and educational institutions that have hosted Veronica for her forward thinking insights and expertise. Veronica coaches individuals and couples in mastering their erotic experience regardless of circumstance, history or health. As a Relationship Coach, Sexologist and Anger Specialist, she combines her extensive education with deep empathy. Personally overcoming incest, rape, violence and abuse she has not just survived but thrives. She is committed to helping others to own their personal empowerment in the most loving and honorable lifestyle tailored to them. Veronica invites you to join her in her The Shame Free Zone. Here you will discover her game-changing Exquisite Partnership Formula , a program designed to turn conflict into connection and romance that gets better with each passing year.

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Protestor's Sign Says It All, From ImagesAttr
(29 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Monday, October 8, 2018
The Cultural Conflict of the Century: Conservative Politics and the #MeToo Backlash Kavanaugh's confirmation is only the tip of the proverbial iceberg. We now have a clearer window into how conservative politics and the #MeToo movement clash. Veronica Monet clarifies the unspoken polarities between these two cultural forces and she offers a way forward for all genders - one that invites understanding, empathy and even partnership.
Women's March Pacifica 2018, From FlickrPhotos
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Shame, Blame and Rage: What #MeToo Needs Now As the dark, secret perpetrations of men in power are exposed in agonizing detail for public scrutiny, I'm thrilled to see an all too common male sense of entitlement being destroyed. But while transferring the shame from survivor to perpetrator might seem justified and feel awfully good, it isn't a workable long-term solution. Is it possible that our public shame-fest is exacerbating the problem?