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Emily Nagoski

Emily Nagoski

Emily Nagoski is a leading educator and author in the fields of female sexuality, stress and burnout. With a Ph.D. in health behavior with a human sexuality concentration, she is one of the foremost authorities on how the human brain and body react to stress, and how stress affects our overall wellbeing. Emily is also a certified sex educator and was a professor at Smith College, where she taught courses in both human sexuality and women’s wellbeing.

Emily is most widely known for her groundbreaking book, "Come As You Are: The Surprising New Science that Will Transform Your Sex Life." This book has sold over half a million copies worldwide, and has been celebrated for its warm, informative, and no-nonsense approach to helping readers understand their own unique sexual experiences. It has been praised as a compassionate guide and insightful roadmap for anyone seeking to improve their sexual wellbeing.

Emily is also the co-author of the highly acclaimed book, "Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle." She teams up with her twin sister, Amelia, in this book to provide a comprehensive guide to coping with the complex physiological and psychological effects of stress. The book provides readers with practical, research-based advice for managing burnout, empowering them to thrive in their personal and professional lives.

Ultimately, Emily is a champion for those who want to live their lives in a more empowered and fulfilling way. With her signature blend of warmth, intelligence, and humor, she provides a safe and empathetic space for her readers to explore the mysteries of their own bodies and minds. Her insights and techniques are invaluable to anyone who wants to lead a healthier, more fulfilling life.

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