How to Pick Your Person(s)

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The Nexus Center
07:30 PM
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How to Pick Your Person (s)
So you’ve been dating for awhile, how do you know if you this person is a good fit for you? Are you afraid you’re settling, or perhaps you’re worried you’re being too picky? Dr. Alison Ash, sexual empowerment coach and educator, will help you discover your non-negotiables, making it easier for you to own your wants and needs so that you Pick your Person(s).

Identify your needs and learn how to honor them as your non-negotiables
Explore your wants and learn to be more flexible, recognizing them as negotiable
Create a mantra that describes what you need in a lover/partner in a way that feels clear, authentic and empowering
Develop a filter so you can feel confident about your choices, allowing yourself to feel an enthusiastic YES!
Learn how to gently and compassionately end connections that aren’t nourishing and how to courageously and vulnerably invite deeper intimacy with the right person(s) for you! 

By confidently owning your wants and needs, you’ll know which relationships will be nourishing for you and worthy of your investment, and which ones are best to lovingly let go. 
This is the third workshop in the Dating Demystified series:
Dating in the 20th century is arguably more complicated than ever before. From the advances that have created a multitude of online dating applications to conflicting dating advice that is often outdated, heteronormative, and limits the potential of authentic and enjoyable experiences. No wonder it’s so confusing and frustrating! 
With Pump Up Your Profile, Rock that Date, and How to Pick your Person(s), you will get the information, insight, and tools that will make dating a pleasurable adventure in connection! Each workshop will focus on a different aspect of modern dating and builds upon each other to give you inspiration and useful skills for finding and creating nourishing relationships. 


  1. The Nexus Center 1436 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA
  2. Mango Dome Community Center 30 Laskie Street, San Francisco, CA