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The New Marriage Paradigm – Replay
How to bring more fun and passion into your marriage… even if you have kids and have been together forever.
SARAH JENKS AND DR. JONATHAN BRAJTBORD
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About The New Marriage Paradigm
We believe the issues most couples face are because our culture and expectations around marriage are outdated.
In our work and in our lives, we frequently meet couples that are made of two smart, successful, progressive people, but their marriage is stuck in an old paradigm — full of bickering, unclear expectations, strange power dynamics, inequitable sharing of labor, and very little romance.
So we asked ourselves, why are all these amazing people in average (or even shitty) marriages? This is what we decided:
About your Guides:
Sarah Jenks + Jonathan Brajtbord
First, the creds…
Sarah Jenks has mentored and coached thousands of women over the past 12 years in cultivating a purpose, an identity, and a sacred life.
Her work has been featured in Forbes, Parents, Health and Success, to name a few. Sarah is the founder of Holy Woman, an international community and program dedicated to healing patriarchal brainwashing and helping women be their true, fully expressed selves in the world.
Dr. Jonathan Brajtbord is a widely published, board-certified Urologist and Integrative Medicine Practitioner, and the founder of Men’s Work, an online program dedicated to men’s physical, emotional, and relational health.
Now our (short-ish) story:
We met at Williams College when we were 21. Sarah was a pearl-wearing, collar-popping, party planner and Jonathan was the starting fullback on the football team. We spent our early twenties in New York City. Jonathan went to medical school while Sarah worked a brief stint in marketing and then started her coaching practice.
We were independent, traveled all the time, went out with our friends four nights a week, and had sex in public bathrooms.
Our love was easy … and hot.
We got married and moved to San Francisco. Jonathan started residency, and Sarah’s company started to grow. We barely saw each other, but we were happy.
When we had kids, all of the passion and love drained out of our marriage. We became the couple who fought in fancy restaurants, forcing Sarah to leave and cry in the bathroom.