88: Avoiding The Relationship Comfort Zone

Mirel Goldstein is an expert marriage therapist in New Jersey who has been successfully lecturing and writing about marriage, as well as helping couples reignite the spark in their relationships, for the past 15 years. Her popular blog can be found on her website goldsteintherapy.com. Her YouTube video called, "How to recognize dismissive attachment behaviors in yourself and others", has inspired thousands of couples to address attachment issues that may be getting

2017-04-05T14:09:50+00:00 March 15th, 2017|

85: Give Yourself A Break

Kristy Arbon is the founder and CEO of HeartWorks Training LLC, a business set up to support women in their practice of mindfulness, self-compassion and shame resilience using the practices of mindful self-compassion, Internal Family Systems, Brene Brown's shame resilience model, Buddhist philosophy and exploration of archetypes. Kristy is a qualified social worker, a certified Mindful Self-Compassion Teacher and has completed Internal Family Systems Level 1 training. She is passionate about

2017-02-25T04:55:19+00:00 February 22nd, 2017|

84: Raise Your Low Self-Esteem To Improve Your Relationship

Amanda Carver is a psychotherapist who lives and works in Ottawa, Ontario. She has worked many years with adolescents and families struggling with trauma and mental health challenges. She works heavily from an attachment perspective, understanding how early relationships with our parents and other important people in our lives affects how we connect with people later in our lives. Amanda is a mother of two young children and a partner in

2017-06-28T19:07:47+00:00 February 15th, 2017|

79: Save It For The Morning

Amie M. Gordon, PhD, is a social psychologist who researches romantic relationships. For over a decade, Dr. Gordon's work has helped shed light on the factors that help and harm romantic relationships. Currently she is working at the University of California, San Francisco where she is tackling questions about the role of sleep in relationships. Dr. Gordon's work has been published in over a dozen research articles focused on relationship topics

2017-04-25T15:39:35+00:00 January 17th, 2017|

77: Balancing Work, Kids And A Relationship

Malini Bhatia is Founder & CEO of Marriage.com, a community of experts that acts as your advisors by providing information and support for healthy, happy marriages. Her passion for supporting people through the journey of building and sustaining positive, healthy relationships, combined with her business acumen, inspired the creation of Marriage.com. She has past experience in the PR and communications industries and has worked with companies in the tech, healthcare and

2017-04-25T15:48:18+00:00 January 10th, 2017|

76: Tools For A Happy Relationship

Tripp and Alyson Lanier have both made it their mission to help individuals improve their relationships and lives. Tripp is the host of The New Man Podcast: Beyond the Macho Jerk and the New Age Wimp which has been listened to millions of times by men all around the world and is an iTunes top 10 podcast in the Self Help category. Alyson has spent the last 20 years training and educating

2017-04-25T16:01:25+00:00 January 5th, 2017|

75: Improve Yourself To Improve Your Relationship

Daryl Cioffi and Jennifer Weaver-Breitenbecher are licensed psychotherapists who own a private practice (Polaris Counseling & Consulting) in Rhode Island. They specialize in general mental health, relationships, life adjustments, and overall wellness. In today’s episode we discuss relationship advice topics that include: How to improve yourself individually to benefit your relationship. Correcting a lack of balance in your life. How to have trust in your relationship. Tools to help find meaning in your

2017-04-25T16:21:40+00:00 January 3rd, 2017|

72: How To Talk Politics

Daniel Ellenberg, PhD is a seminar leader, licensed therapist, leadership coach and conversation adviser. He is a principal in Rewire Leadership and co-founder of Relationships That Work. He is a board member of the Wellspring Institute of Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom and is currently involved with two research projects: interpersonal courage in the workplace and the relationship between the traditional male role and emotional resilience. In today’s episode we discuss relationship advice topics

2017-04-25T16:37:32+00:00 December 22nd, 2016|

68: Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence

In today's episode we are joined by Dr. Debra Campbell. Dr. Campbell is a psychologist and author and has worked in private practice consulting on everything from panic to depression and parenting problems. For a number of years she worked as a couple therapist and university lecturer in marriage and relationships. Prior to psychology, Dr. Campbell taught yoga and meditation, so mindfulness has always been a cornerstone of her work in

2017-04-25T17:00:09+00:00 December 8th, 2016|

65: Own Your Neediness

On today's episode we welcome Kyle Benson. Kyle writes at the KyleBenson.net, where he uses science and life experiences to help those in troubled relationships get the love, respect and passion they dream of. In today's episode we discuss relationship advice topics that include: How attachment styles affect relationships. How to identify your attachment style. How to deal with the anxious-avoidant downward spiral. Tools to become more secure in your relationship. How to own

2017-04-25T17:19:03+00:00 November 29th, 2016|