We eat multiple times, everyday — by our self, with friends, family and partners. The ways in which food affects our daily lives and relationships goes deeper than we realize. Listen to today's show to better understand your relationship with food and its ties to your romantic relationship. The importance of understanding your personal relationship with food How food can become a control issue within your relationship Eating with purpose and
The connection we have with our friends can be just as important as our connection with a partner. However, balancing our friendships with our romantic relationships can be difficult. Listen to today's show to learn how to communicate with all parties and balance our friendships with our romantic relationships. How are friendships can change as we enter new stages of life and how to deal with this. Stepping away from your
We often talk about how technology can negatively impact your relationship. Well it's not all bad news! There are somethings that can help your relationship. Today's guest tells us how we can use tech and knowledge from this show to improve our relationships. Learn how to stay emotionally connected to your partner through open ended questions Creating traditions and rituals for better connection and a happier relationship Checking in with your
Breakups suck. Whether you've been dumped or you broke off the relationship, feelings of shame, sadness, desperation and loss can arise. Along comes the 'rebound' relationship and we're back on the crazy love train again. Listen to today's episode as we debunk some of the myths surrounding rebound relationships and how to best navigate them. In this episode we discuss relationship advice topics that include: How the desire to be attached affects
We've all been there... Your blood begins to boil. Your temperature rises. Your body becomes tense as you prepare for a 'fight' with your partner. These moments could be small disagreements or big picture arguments. The 'in it' moment where we have the choice to go down the path of healing or destruction can be pivotal for the health of your relationship. Listen to today's show to learn how to navigate
Apologies are more than just a tool to help you and your partner move on from a difficult situation. They’re a way to mend an emotional hurt and keep a relationship strong. But how you apologize is extremely important. Simply saying, "I'm sorry", can feel insincere and often make the relationship conflict worse. Listen to today's show to learn how to apologize like you mean it. In this episode we discuss relationship
You betrayed me! Those are three words no one wants to say or hear. Whether it's with a close friend, romantic partner or family member, betrayal can feel terrible. Listen to today's show to learn how to deal with betrayal in relationships. In this episode we discuss relationship advice topics that include: Why betrayal can feel like a punch in the gut and how to ease the hurt. Learn the things to
You can choose your friends but not your family....so the saying goes. For some of us, family is fun and a joy to be around. For others, not so much. In either case, relationship dynamics with our parents and extended families can create pressure and stress on our marriage or relationship. Listen to today's show to learn how to deal with family challenges and not let them negatively affect your relationship.
ADHD is a mental health condition that can negatively impact your relationship and often goes undiagnosed in adults. Distractability, poor listening and disorganization are just a few signs of adult ADHD. It's important to understand the mental condition and its affects on your relationship. Whether or not you or your partner has ADHD, you'll find many useful relationship tips in this episode. In this episode we discuss relationship advice topics that include:
Ahhhhh! STRESS. If you've never been stressed out you are either, not human, or you've achieved an extreme level of enlightenment and your brain should be studied in a lab. Stress is a natural survival response from millions of years of evolution. It serves us well in some situations, and in others it can be quite destructive. In particular, stress can put a huge damper on the relationships in your life.