Author and psychotherapist Esther Perel on boundaries tech has created in our relationships | SXSW Posted on May 29, 2019May 29, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Ellen Bass: Dear Poet 2019Rog || sraiki poetry || Shakir shuja abbadi || voice saeed aslam || Watsapp status 14 thoughts on “Author and psychotherapist Esther Perel on boundaries tech has created in our relationships | SXSW” The host looks like Eric Bischoff Reply obnoxious host but Esther is great Reply i took notes so much from this inteview.great great job!the questions were on point.Esther is brilliant. Reply Taoism has taught me that Yin(feminine) energy is actually superior to Yang(masculine) energy, although it appears opposite on the surface. It is the subtle feminine energy which properly motivates the masculine, and then the two energies do their cosmic dance. I believe that the modern feminist movement is responsible for much of the gender relational difficulties which have afflicted western culture, and I think Esther Perel represents a pendulum swing in the right direction – where people will again learn the cosmic dance of Yin/Yang energies and relationships will heal and thrive. I feel the feminist movement is pushing women to be male and that really throws everything out of balance. Reply Never let lesbians raise a boy 🙂 Reply This host is awful Reply Is it unfair to say that the host, being Lesbian, may have less interest in the psychological journey of having conversations with men? Not an attack, just a question… Reply The host is so arrogant. I adooooore Esther wow! Reply She is brilliant! VERY intelligent! Reply Interesting points.. Nice Reply recode Podcast brought me here, had to see this on video. Fantastic talk! Reply Loved Kara's respectful disagreement! I absolutely love Esther Perel, and count myself among the many who no longer have a sort of throne for anyone. I appreciated the balance that happened in that moment! The respect between both women that was expressed in the awkward moment is something I found encouraging. That said, I too am completely done with any word or action that lends itself to the LGBTQA community feeling the need to apologize. Thank you to all involved in making this dialogue possible! Reply YES! So excited Esther's next book is on MEN! yay. Reply I love this woman. She is full of compassion. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.