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Dr. Julianna Slattery is a widely known clinical psychologist, author, speaker, and broadcast media professional. She is the president and co-founder of Authentic Intimacy, which is a ministry passionate about reclaiming God’s design for intimacy and sexuality. Her books include Passion Pursuit, Finding the Hero in Your Husband, No More Headaches, Pulling Back the Shades, and Beyond the Masquerade. She and her husband, Mike, have been married since 1994 and have three children. https://authenticintimacy.com/



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In this episode, Dr. Juli Slattery—popular clinical psychologist, speaker, and author of Beyond the Masquerade—discusses what it means to be authentically true to yourself. She exposes the thought patterns you develop as a child and carry with you into adulthood that are impacting your ability to be honest and real with others. Inauthenticity prevents you from experiencing true intimacy—with yourself, with your spouse, and with God. According to Dr. Slattery, there are three things you must do to increase your capacity for intimacy: (1) acknowledge your fears, (2) solidify your identity, and (3) rely on God and yourself for your emotional happiness. In order to love unconditionally, walk in truth, and make a positive impact on those around you, you must first remove the mask of inauthenticity.


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