Leaving law to become a sex and relationship coach

Leaving law to become a sex and relationship coach

22 October 2021 By Robyn Tongol

There is “no greater gift” lawyers can give themselves than claiming what they want for their lives. Having left BigLaw behind to become a sex and relationship coach, Stephanie Rigg understands the importance of being deliberate and intentional about creating a meaningful life for one’s self.

On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy speaks with corporate lawyer-turned-sex and relationship coach Stephanie Rigg about how she has always been a “personal development junkie”, how the onset of COVID-19 in early 2020 provided a circuit-breaker of sorts for her to keep pushing her vocational and intellectual boundaries, which saw her resign from her role as an M&A lawyer and enrol in a training program to be a sex and relationship coach.

The pair delve into whether Ms Rigg’s training as a lawyer has provided transferrable skills to her new role, what a sex and relationship coach does, the nexus between ingrained personality traits and healthy relationships, the deleterious impact of workplace stress on one’s sexuality and intimacy with others and how the age of COVID-19 has amplified such concerns, and Ms Rigg’s words of wisdom for lawyers in claiming what they want for their lives.

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