Samara Fabrick is a California-certified Licensed Clinical Social Worker and an experienced psychotherapist with over two decades of experience teaching couples how to have successful marriages. In this episode, she gives us tips and insights on how to stay in love and keep a strong connection with our partners when we have young children. 

She teaches us how to create a culture of appreciation and affection in our relationships that will lead to marital bliss.  Plus! How to insulate our relationships to withstand difficult times. 

Hear her tips on how to keep things steamy in the bedroom even after decades of marriage. These are guaranteed to increase the romance in your relationship! 

Paulina gets real about how Latino cultural attitudes impact our ability to talk about sex, impact our lives and shares tips on how to get more comfortable talking about the subject. 

Samara also shares with us a life-changing tip to improve intimacy with yourself and your partner that you don't want to miss!


 Express love and appreciation towards your spouse during good times, those expressions of love insulate your relationship during bad times. 

Create sacred space for your relationship for sensual activities like: reading poetry, foot massages, listening to music, take showers together. These activities promote intimacy even if they don't involve sex. 

Compliment your partner on a random day, it will serve as a quick confidence booster.

Get yourself in the mood: Take a shower, light some candles and set the mood for romance. If you build it, it will come.  


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Thank you so much to Samara Fabrick for sharing her professional and personal expertise with our listeners!  

Learn more about her and her practice on her site samarafabrick.com.