Rhonda reflects on the role sex plays in life (or doesn’t) and the struggles many women face (re)connecting with their sex life.
Rhonda explores the nuances of consent and what happens when we are socialised to defer to the needs of others or to push past no.
Rhonda explores the grief around her choice not to have children, from societal pressures, childhood trauma, and the state of the world today.
Rhonda faces some of the pitfalls of making friends as an adult and what can happen when one friend needs the company of the other more.
Rhonda explores her toxic relationship with body image, attachment to self-criticism, and aversion to self-acceptance.
In Part Three of this exploration of self-image, projection, and the ego-defences, Rhonda explores how we filter our view of ourselves.