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What's really interesting about Denmark and Scandinavia generally is they are really focused on progressive social interaction between males and females. Visit http://sacredlove.com for more.

What's really interesting about Denmark and Scandinavia generally is they are really focused on progressive social interaction between males and females. Visit http://sacredlove.com for more.

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  • 1. Danish Progressive Relationship Dynamics Today, I'm in Copenhagen, Denmark. I have never been here before and it is such a charming place. I went from really hot weather in the States to chilly weather here in Denmark and I'm really getting to know how people live here in Denmark and what their ideas are about love. What's really interesting about Denmark and Scandinavia generally is they are really focused on progressive social interaction between males and females. Currently, pay for men and women is more equal than other parts of the world. They also have a very progressive system, social system where there is equal caregiving opportunities for men and women. So, what that means is that once a mother gives birth, a couple has the right to choose who can take off and take care of the child and be compensated by the government for this. And this allows the time necessary to nurture the child, to not think about having to put the child in other's care and to also value the caregiving time, which is so important in the first few years of life. And it's as equally valued in this system as going out and working in a normal job. So, how does this filter into intimate dynamics? There is more caregiving. More understanding of care is an essential part of the relationship and also that there's more equal balance with power, being empowered and being powerful in the relationship. So, that makes for very interesting relationships.
  • 2. This week, focus on how you can bring more care and equality and empowerment for both people into your relationship dynamics. Karinna Kittles-Karsten, The Love Educator, is the founder of SacredLove.com an online dating, love site and fun couples membership site. She is also an internationally recognized relationship expert, speaker, author of the best-selling book, Intimate Wisdom, The Sacred Art of Love, and the creator/host of the popular DVD Sacred Love-Making. Visit http://sacredlove.com.