Ken Blackman

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Ken Blackman is a connection and intimacy expert who has worked with couples from San Francisco to Paris to Sydney, and trained thousands of students in his workshops on sex and relationships. His work has garnered mentions everywhere from Cosmopolitan to Business Insider to Playboy to Tim Ferriss’s 4-Hour series. With nearly two decades of experience, Ken’s powerful, unapologetic break from conventional relationship advice is shifting the world conversation around love and committed coupledom. Contact him at ken(at)kenblackman(dot)com.

WRITTEN ARTICLES

3 Questions To Transition Out Of Anger Quickly

Anger isn’t as dangerous as we think. It’s not as useful, either. Here’s what you need to know. Living Passionately “We cannot selectively numb emotions —...

The Fallacy of “Compromise” in Relationships

People often tell me the advice they’ve gotten is to learn the art of compromise. They’ve heard it’s a necessity for successful long-term relationships. Compromise...

How to handle emotions

A few things to know about your feelings that might shed some light on what to do with them. Here’s a question. Are our emotions...

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4 Steps to Help You Manage Anxiety During The Pandemic

In beforetimes, the screentime bar graph on my iPhone, which shows how much time I spend on the device, was a neat collection of...

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People use terms like “toxic” and “narcissist” and “gaslighting” these days. Practically every article you read refers to relationship terms that aren’t well defined. You...

The Brutally Honest Advice about Divorce That No One Tells You

You’re trapped in a soul-crushing marriage that you can’t wait to leave. You’re tired of burying pieces of yourself in the rubble of a...

3 Questions To Transition Out Of Anger Quickly

Anger isn’t as dangerous as we think. It’s not as useful, either. Here’s what you need to know. Living Passionately “We cannot selectively numb emotions —...

The Fallacy of “Compromise” in Relationships

People often tell me the advice they’ve gotten is to learn the art of compromise. They’ve heard it’s a necessity for successful long-term relationships. Compromise...