Model Carre Otis Talks Dysfunction, Intimacy, And Sexuality
Remember last Friday when I told you to stay tuned for more Carre Otis goodness?
Well, it’s here, sweet readers!
First, Otis has written a guest post, Healing Sexual Intimacy, for Michele Rosenthal‘s Your Life After Trauma. The aptly titled article discusses Otis’s experiences with sexual dysfunction and provides five steps or methods Otis has used to overcome her intimacy issues and become more present and comfortable with her sexuality.
The post went live this morning and you can head over there right now to check it out.
Second – that’s right, there’s two! – Otis will appear on Rosenthal’s radio show, Your Life After Trauma, tomorrow, February 9. 2012.
Your Life After Trauma is part of Seaview Radio in Florida. Local stations are 95.9FM, 106.9FM, and 960AM, but if you aren’t in Florida you can listen online! Just head over to the show’s radio page and click to listen live.
Third – oh my goodness, I’m too good to y’all – if you need something to tide you over until tomorrow, you can listen to Otis’s December radio interview with Rosenthal! The two talk domestic violence, eating disorders like anorexia, trauma, overcoming fear, learning to let go of control, and freeing your past.
If you’re thinking, “So, she had some rough times and wrote a book about it. How’s that make her any different from any other celebrity?,” just check out what award-winning website owner and radio host says about her first show with Otis:
Carre Otis really surprised me: as a supermodel with great celebrity status and a slew of successful modeling and film projects under her belt, I didn’t expect to feel an enormous connection to this guest. And then, Carre came on the show with such grace, humility, humor, consciousness and connection I was stunned – and happily surprised. What a phenomenal, real and genuine soul.
There’s definitely something for everyone dealing with these issues to learn.
Sparks, A. (2012). Model Carre Otis Talks Dysfunction, Intimacy, And Sexuality. Psych Central. Retrieved on July 1, 2015, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/celebrity/2012/02/model-carre-otis-talks-dysfunction-intimacy-and-sexuality/