Dr. Susan Block

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  1. Pieter Schultz
    03 · 19 · 16 @ 10:40 am

    I like so much your sweet energy, Dr. Susan


  2. John Scott
    03 · 5 · 16 @ 5:23 pm

    I learn at the feet of Dr. Susan Block and her wisdom and inspiration.


  3. Ken
    03 · 2 · 16 @ 11:15 am

    Wow, great stuff. Love your work!


  4. Bob Gryszka
    02 · 27 · 16 @ 11:27 am

    Wonderful. Love seeing the Dr in her element…educating.


  5. Kathy H.
    02 · 27 · 16 @ 10:57 am

    I feel like I’m one of your children, I’ve been watching your show here in Berkeley since I was a little kid. I loved meeting you, you’ve done so much for my life, thank you. Go Bonobos!


  6. Chelsea Raw
    02 · 27 · 16 @ 2:55 am

    So much to say in equal importance of order: you’ve been on the air twice a week in Berkeley for decades now! Wow!
    I’m so glad Dayton chauffeured you for several, ahem, reasons. And look look look how loved you are!!!

    I’m so excited about your recent road trips Dr Suzy and all the deep connections made whilst more exposure to saving the bonobos from extinction via awareness and the message FROM the bonobo way to also improving humanity’s relationships.

    Your comment on Facebook to me that you wish I had been there is definitely shared. I would love to be in the room with the inquisitive students and be part of the light bulbs going off in everyone’s mind regarding the far reaching implications of this message.

    Consensual Nonmonogamy The Bonobo Way at UC Berkeley, eh? I love the new url BonoboWay.com. Dr Susan Block Institute takes the show on the road complete with gorgeous therapist Dayton Rains. Perfect!

    The Love Apes are indeed reaching out from the Congo forests and I’m sure the first order of their business is to give you a big kiss and a hug…or a hoka hoka demo.

    Love the hotel description, meeting the Linda Mac And Mikey LaBash dynamic duo, finding the artwork of you in Frank Moore’s book I didnt yet know about (I want to post that as my cover photo on Facebook!) Isabelle Broué “Lutine” your family reunion, your poly-on-the-brain high, and deets about the hotel plus sex deets! I can almost hear the echoes of your pleasure cries as they must have sounded in the Hotel Durant air vents and wow! The other guests kind of answered back huh? That’s rad!

    All in all there were a *lot* of folks touched by your appearance and it was fertile ground for all you are sharing. The perfect place and time.

    Sigh, well I’m off to bed now with my army of Pocket Rockets. Dreaming of you and the sunny land of Bonoboville!


  7. Max from Bonoboville, Ca.
    02 · 27 · 16 @ 1:43 am

    I was going to write about all the fun sex I had in Berkeley, the beautiful Italian women I met on a street corner, all the international students, lectures, Susan’s cousin Elliot, Mikey, Linda and Frank (who was sitting next to me), the beer and the food but instead I just want to say how good Dr. Suzy was and how the audience loved her. More to come…


  8. Del Rey (admin)
    02 · 26 · 16 @ 11:32 pm

    Wow! Dr. Block this was an amazing blog post, and one that I’ve been waiting to take a peek at since before you traveled to Berkeley. I knew that this would be an insightful read, but the raw emotion, wisdom, and tales of communal ecstasy were simply delightful… I laughed, I cried (seriously the part about your cousin was a tear-jerker, my condolences) and in the end, I wanted to read more. Thanks for sharing the Bonobo Way with the peeps of Bezerkeley, a mimosa toast to you and Max aka “Heater Boy,” as well as a special tip of the hat to Dayton Rains for driving.

    P.S. Having read this blog entry, I don’t think I’ll be looking at memory foam the same way. Seriously.


  9. Ono Bo
    02 · 26 · 16 @ 3:04 pm

    OoOoh! All of these revealing, fun and education details, saved for this exciting blog post! Between the car ride and the conference, sounds like a time that couldn’t have gone any better! Looking forward to Dwayne Mooney being on DrSuzy.Tv tomorrow, hopefully some of this intriguing polyamorous dialogue is expanded upon.


  10. Sgt. Stephen Savage
    02 · 26 · 16 @ 2:12 pm

    Doc if i may you are a GREAT lady wish i could meet you for dinner


  11. Daytonrainsbonobo
    02 · 26 · 16 @ 1:52 pm

    I would like to start by thanking Dr. Suzy & Captain Max for entrusting me with their lives while we made this amazing journey from Southern California to Berkeley, and for including me in all of the festivities..
    I learned so much on this trip, I felt like I was in college. My brain was like a sponge soaking up all the information I could about Polyamory & Monogamous relationships.
    Watching Dr. Susan Block give her wonderful talk was quite a treat. Here I got to see my mentor up there on stage in her always sexy yet very cool attire. I watched as the room started to fill with people & thought to myself, Wow, I work with this incredible woman… The fun didn’t stop there, as you see in the photos, we met a lot of wonderful people, including my Mom.
    The car ride home was pretty much a great end to all the excitement – from smelling Poopville to munching down on tacos. I hope by reading this great blog you will get a feel for what a great time we all had. Thank you Berkeley for embracing me & helping me learn new things.. XOXO Dayton Rains


  12. Bashar Jamal
    02 · 26 · 16 @ 1:33 pm

    That’s sexy


  13. Michael Donnelly
    02 · 26 · 16 @ 9:17 am

    Great that you are on the road. I also sometimes cringe at the term “poly,” as it means something different to everyone it seems. Maybe a 50 Shades of Poly essay is in order? I’ve been getting quizzed about the how tos of open relationships by a bunch of my younger friends of late (I turned down two 24-year-olds a couple years ago and got a ton of abuse for being “ageist.” It was more that I was scared. So I’ve made a concerted effort to get to know younger folks more). They all use the term “poly” and it really does mean so many different things to them as to be somewhat silly. They encourage me to write about it, but I hesitate as I don’t want to out other dear friends’ sexuality. If I can figure it out how to do it discreetly (fake names, etc.), I may well write about it. There is sure the curiosity out there. For now, I just point them to The Bonobo Way and Sex at Dawn.


    • Max from Bonoboville, Ca.
      02 · 26 · 16 @ 5:03 pm

      Michael…you are always welcome to write a guest blog on the site. Thank you for your support.


    • Chelsea Raw
      02 · 27 · 16 @ 2:57 am

      Michael Donnelly I do hope you will write as Max has suggested. You’re great! :)


  14. Cream Bonobo
    02 · 26 · 16 @ 4:45 am

    Hip hip hooray for poly-vision! More love.


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