Today we’d like to introduce you to Terah Harrison.
Every artist has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours?
Terah Harrison is a Licensed Professional Counselor and hosts the podcast Make More Love Not War which has a clear mission of helping people have more sex and less fighting. She discovered the need for her podcast as she saw male clients at her private practice in Fort Worth Texas, who were struggling to understand their female partners. Most of these men were striving to be better partners but their strategies to achieve this only made things worse. Many times a simple change would improve their relationships dramatically.
With this amazing information that would benefit men and the women they love in hand Terah wanted to reach more men but how without bending space-time? In her personal life she wanted her husband, Jeff, to go to couples therapy but alas, he would not. If a therapist’s husband won’t go to therapy how many other men are missing out on the knowledge that would get them more sex? She noticed Jeff listening to podcasts every day and talking about what he learned from them. The solution hit her like a bolt of lightning – create a podcast that will bring therapy to the men who for whatever reason don’t go.
Since Terah started the podcast, she has been able to interview some amazing experts in love and relationships- authors, professors, therapists, and coaches. She has also created a series that gives men a backstage pass into a woman’s mind called Whine With Wine and another series that highlights power couples as well as couples in conflict.
Terah’s podcast may be directed towards men, but her EVIL Plan is really to help women have more connected relationships with men where they feel heard and understood in a way that leads to MORE SEX and LESS FIGHTING for all!!!
Please tell us about your art.
My mission is liberating women sexually and men emotionally. I do this by providing them with information, but the core of it is my own transparency in my podcast. I personalize the message, so it is relatable. I have also created a more experiental segment called Whine with Wine where women get together and talk openly about sex- modeling sexual liberation and giving men an inside look into what women really want and how they feel and think.
My podcast also aims to make therapy more accessible and about wellness and growth rather than the medical model. I want my audience to know therapists are real people and there is a safe place for people of all lifestyles to explore their sexuality and relationships.
Given everything that is going on in the world today, do you think the role of artists has changed? How do local, national or international events and issues affect your art?
I think the role of the artist has always been to spotlight current societal issues and provide a place where people can explore them. I don’t feel this has changed in current times and in fact because art is so much more accessible has strengthened the influence of artists in culture.
Love, sex and relationships remain a principle force as humans are inherently tribal and need to feel connected. The way love is defined and expressed has changed as humans have evolved and so there is an ongoing need to continue to explore the science and art of love and sex.
How or where can people see your work? How can people support your work?
Websites & Email
People can find my podcast on all the major platforms including: itunes, stitcher, and iHeartRadio. I also have them posted on my private practice and podcast website.
People can support me on patreon: https://www.patreon.com/makemorelovenotwar and also subscribe, rate, review on itunes to move our podcast up!
Also, they can advertise on our podcast and sponsor us directly.
- Address: 2311 Mustang Dr. Suite 200
Grapevine, TX 76051
- Website: www.makemorelovenotwar.com
- Phone: 682-651-5752
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/makemorelovenotwarpodcast
- Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/terahharrisonlpc
- Twitter: www.twitter.com/@terahharrison
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