Spyce HoganWhy do we need boundaries in a romantic relationship? And how do we determine what our boundaries actually are? In this episode SLSP host Tatiana Berindei and Love Empowerment Coach Spyce Hogan answer these questions and more. If you’ve had trouble with boundaries or tend to be the strong woman who takes care of everyone else, you’ll want to tune in to this episode. Get some great information on the importance of boundaries and how to start implementing them NOW.

Hello everyone. Welcome to the Sex, Love, and SuperPowers podcast show. I’m your host Tatiana Berindei and today I have with me Spyce Hogan and we are going to be discussing creating healthy boundaries in romantic relationships. Very important topic.

Before we dive in, let me tell you a little bit more about Spyce. She is a lifelong performer, educator, and creative entrepreneur who loves to inspire others through her big voice and heart and her love of deep thoughts and humor. She’s a seasoned performer and producer and has written, produced, and performed in countless shows involving music, comedy, theater. As a love empowerment coach, Spyce helps strong and successful women dive deep into their psyches to discover what’s getting in their way of being successful in love and intimate relationships and provide them with tools to finally receive the love, clarity, and support they deserve.

As a sex and relationship educator and expert, Spyce has taught workshops on various aspects of alternative love and sexuality all over the country. She also has hosted the Spycey Buzz podcast for many years with past episodes available via her website. Welcome to the show Spyce.

Hey, thank you. I’m glad to be here.

Yeah. Glad to have you. So before we dive in, will you tell our listeners what your super powers are?

I'm somebody who was very blessed to be born to really young, supportive parents

I’m somebody who was very blessed to be born to really young, supportive parents who taught me from a very early age that I had a lot of strength and power in my being, just by being who I was and by being alive.

My superpowers? I’m somebody who was very blessed to be born to really young, supportive parents who taught me from a very early age that I had a lot of strength and power in my being, just by being who I was and by being alive. And that enabled me to be somebody who has always been really good at, just kind of asserting what it is that I want. Being able to stand up for who I am and for what I want and having a really strong sense of individuality. And that’s really helped me in my life, in my work, in my relationships. I learned to just be unapologetically myself and it also helped in a lot of other ways. I’m the kind of person who is pretty much unafraid to say what needs to be said, even if no one else is saying it and that can be a superpower.

It also sometimes comes with some adversity because sometimes people don’t want to hear certain things, but I’ve always been the person that like somebody will be like, “Damn, we’re upset about this.” And then I’m the one that goes and tells everybody, “Hey, so and so,” Or like, you know, kind of takes on the burden of being the one to communicate about what’s going on, and that’s a good thing. You know, as I said, it sometimes can come with some struggles, but I feel really good about being able to be that way. And, you know, as I’ve gotten older, I’ve really learned to be able to say things in a way that people want to hear and how much more, just how much more effective that is in communication. And also just being able to be really kind and compassionate and inspire people to do the hard things that they need to do in life because there’s always going to be those. So, but those are some of my super powers I’d say.