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Hosted by Pripo Teplitsky LCMHC , a psychotherapist specializing in relationships issues. This podcast uses guest conversations and solocasts to help people forge the awareness and skills to better their relationships and thrive!

Relationships! Let's Talk About It Pripo Teplitsky

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Hosted by Pripo Teplitsky LCMHC , a psychotherapist specializing in relationships issues. This podcast uses guest conversations and solocasts to help people forge the awareness and skills to better their relationships and thrive!

    Aftermath of a Fight or Regrettable Incident

    Aftermath of a Fight or Regrettable Incident

    Aftermath of a Fight or Regrettable Incident
    Most people do not have a good way to process the conflicts and fights after the fact. Typical attempts not only fall flight but most of the time spiral right back into the unproductive and disconnecting experience instead of healing and connecting ways.
    In this episode my wife Yvonne Rainbow and I explore ways we have and do handle the aftermath of fights or conflicts we experience. We also discuss the modeling that each of us have experienced in our own families of origin to understand some of our templates that we’ve brought to our relationship and needed to transform. 
    Yvonne Rainbow Teplitsky is the founder of Artsy Goddess Studio, where she actively carries out her role in helping others and the planet heal. Yvonne is passionate about art, as seen in the upcycled clothing she creates from second-hand materials, as well as the visual arts she creates, such as murals, paintings, and tapestries. Yvonne also helps women transform through voice empowering workshops and helps couples through workshops and retreats that she co-facilitates with me.
     
    “If each of us just first owned our part of the conflict after coming back together, we would stop pointing fingers at each other” 
    - Yvonne Rainbow Teplitsky
     
     
     
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    Managing Conflicts in Partnerships
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    Allowing Influence From Your Partner
    The Biggest Predictor of Relationship Failure

    Let’s Talk About It!


    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of Relationships! Let’s Talk About It - the show to help you forge deeper, more meaningful connections and relationships with those around you. If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please head over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show, and leave us a rating and review. 
     
    Check out our Guided Audio Practices, Meditations and Workshops at Relationships! Let’s Learn About It.
     
    You can check out the original songs I have sung in my podcast at Pripo’s Podcast Songs.
     
    Don’t forget to visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Share your favorite episodes on social media to help others build better, more meaningful relationships.
     
    And if our content has helped you forge deeper connections and more meaningful relationships, be sure to help support the show by visiting our Support the Podcast page!
     
    Theme music “These Streets” provided by Adi the Monk

    • 58 min
    HeartShare: Prioritizing Everyday Transitions in Your Relationships

    HeartShare: Prioritizing Everyday Transitions in Your Relationships

    In this solocast I talk about the importance of everyday transitions. We have so many of them throughout our day; waking up, leaving the house, coming home, going to sleep, etc. How do you interact with your loved ones during these moments? When we prioritize “showing up” and being present, our connection in those moments feed not only the energy of our interactions but the level of intimacy of our relationships.
    “Learn to do transitions well in your relationships, they can become the sweetest moments of your day.” 
    - Pripo Teplitsky


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    Micro Moments in Relationships
    How to Have the Partner You Most Want to Have
    Emotional Attunement
    Authentic Relating
    Is Love a Choice or a Feeling?
     
    Let’s Talk About It!
     
    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of Relationships! Let’s Talk About It - the show to help you forge deeper, more meaningful connections and relationships with those around you. If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please head over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show, and leave us a rating and review. 
     
    Check out our Guided Audio Practices, Meditations and Workshops at Relationships! Let’s Learn About It.
     
    You can check out the original songs I have sung in my podcast at Pripo’s Podcast Songs.
     
    Don’t forget to visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Share your favorite episodes on social media to help others build better, more meaningful relationships.
     
    And if our content has helped you forge deeper connections and more meaningful relationships, be sure to help support the show by visiting our Support the Podcast page!
     
    Theme music “These Streets” provided by Adi the Monk

    • 28 min
    Love Addiction

    Love Addiction

    Love Addiction
    Moe Bruce is passionate about investing in deep and meaningful connections and intimacy, engaging with others, building relationships, and being present in the moment. For 20 years, she has been a coach and consultant for CEOs and global leaders in large and small international organizations and has built profound connections with strangers throughout America and Europe. She’s always had a deep curiosity about how people live their lives as well as what she can learn from them.
    In this episode Moe and I discuss “Love Addiction.” Love can be thrilling, but it can also be hazardous. When love becomes an obsession and all consuming, mixed with drama and dysfunction, people can experience a sense of losing themselves to another or the ideal of another. The cycles of alternating ecstasy and despair, and desperate longing after love loss, can lead to a spiraling of hardships and ruin. Moe shares her story of how she identified that she had/has a love addiction as well as some of her personal experiences with Sex and Love Addiction Anonymous (SLAA), a 12-step recovery process.
    “Not all codependents are love addicts, but all love addicts are codependent.”
    - Pia Melody
     
     
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    Codependency
    Codependency: Ways to Overcome
    Books
    Facing Love Addiction by Pia Melody
     
    Let’s Talk About It!
     
     
    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of Relationships! Let’s Talk About It - the show to help you forge deeper, more meaningful connections and relationships with those around you. If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please head over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show, and leave us a rating and review.
     
    Check out our Guided Audio Practices, Meditations and Workshops at Relationships! Let’s Learn About It.
     
    You can check out the original songs I have sung in my podcast at Pripo’s Podcast Songs.
     
    Don’t forget to visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Share your favorite episodes on social media to help others build better, more meaningful relationships.
     
    And if our content has helped you forge deeper connections and more meaningful relationships, be sure to help support the show by visiting our Support the Podcast page!
     
    Theme music “These Streets” provided by Adi the Monk

    • 1 hr 1 min
    HeartShare: The Art of Being Alone With Yourself To Better Your Relationships

    HeartShare: The Art of Being Alone With Yourself To Better Your Relationships

    HeartShare: The Art of Being Alone With Yourself To Better Your Relationships
    In this solocast I talk about the importance of being comfortable with our own company. This is the place we find ourselves remembering what it’s like to be the person we truly are. In being alone we become the witness as well as the gatekeeper of our thoughts and feelings and by doing that get in touch with our inner feelings. If we are good at knowing our inner world, we become better at expressing ourselves to others and our relationships become more authentic.
    By learning to dwell in our body and our senses, we cultivate a more comfortableness in being authentic when we are in the presence of others. And, I also talk about the difference of being alone and being lonely.
     
    “Be at home with yourself, so you can be at home with others.” - Pripo Teplitsky
     
     
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    The Stories We Tell Ourselves: Do You Dare To Change Yours
    Authentic Relating
    Expressing Needs
    The Importance of a Personal Practice
    Body Awareness Can Help Us Relate
     
    On Being Podcast: Finding Ease in Being Alone

    Let’s Talk About It!


    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of Relationships! Let’s Talk About It - the show to help you forge deeper, more meaningful connections and relationships with those around you. If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please head over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show, and leave us a rating and review.
     
    Check out our Guided Audio Practices, Meditations and Workshops at Relationships! Let’s Learn About It.
     
    You can check out the original songs I have sung in my podcast at Pripo’s Podcast Songs.
     
    Don’t forget to visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Share your favorite episodes on social media to help others build better, more meaningful relationships.
     
    And if our content has helped you forge deeper connections and more meaningful relationships, be sure to help support the show by visiting our Support the Podcast page!
     
    Theme music “These Streets” provided by Adi the Monk

    • 35 min
    Breakups and Divorce: Endings Are As Important As Beginnings

    Breakups and Divorce: Endings Are As Important As Beginnings

    In this episode I have a conversation with divorce attorney Jim Siemens. Most people don’t do the endings of a relationship well. They usually leave a legacy of hurt and damage instead of one of healing and inspiration. We discuss the importance of ending a relationship or marriage in a healing manner. There are many lessons in endings. Your lessons come through the choices you make, and your choices create your character.
    Jim is a divorce lawyer and life coach in Asheville, N.C.  He has extensive experience as a trial lawyer, mediator, and negotiator in family law cases.  Jim accepts family law cases throughout Western North Carolina.  Jim accepts coaching clients throughout the US and Canada.
     
    “Divorce is not what people want but when it presents itself..., where are the gifts and opportunities now?” - Jim Siemens
     
    Related Content:
    Getting Along With Your Ex
    Foundational Trust In Long-Term Relationships
    Intentions: Setting The Tone In Your Relationships
    Maintaining Connection Through Conflict
    The Importance of Apologies
     
     
    Connect with Jim Siemens:
    https://www.wnclaw.com
    Facebook
    LinkedIn


    Let’s Talk About It!


    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of Relationships! Let’s Talk About It - the show to help you forge deeper, more meaningful connections and relationships with those around you. If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please head over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show, and leave us a rating and review.
     
    Check out our Guided Audio Practices, Meditations and Workshops at Relationships! Let’s Learn About It.
     
    You can check out the original songs I have sung in my podcast at Pripo’s Podcast Songs.
     
    Don’t forget to visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Share your favorite episodes on social media to help others build better, more meaningful relationships.
     
    And if our content has helped you forge deeper connections and more meaningful relationships, be sure to help support the show by visiting our Support the Podcast page!
     
    Theme music “These Streets” provided by Adi the Monk

    • 57 min
    The Seasons Within A Relationship

    The Seasons Within A Relationship

    Relationships have their own cycles and phases, somewhat like the seasons in nature. Some of those seasons can be romantic, playful, connecting, family focused, deep understanding. Other seasons can be one of disconnection, grief, lack of understanding. And since we are part of nature our relationships can coincide with the seasons of nature. Each of the four seasons can bring out different energies and ways of being with each other.
    In this episode my wife, Yvonne Rainbow and I explore some of the different seasons in our 26 year relationship and how we navigated towards acceptance, understanding and growth. We also talk about how we learned to be more in sync with the actual four seasons of nature as it pertains to our relationship.
    Yvonne Rainbow Teplitsky, is the founder of Artsy Goddess Studio, where she actively carries out her role in helping others and the planet heal. Yvonne is passionate about art, as seen in the upcycled clothing she creates from second-hand materials, as well as the visual arts she creates, such as murals, paintings, and tapestries. Yvonne also helps women transform through voice empowering workshops and helps couples through workshops and retreats that she co-facilitates with me.
     
    “It is possible to change those seasons around if we feel stuck in a season that’s not going anywhere, we got to breakthrough” - Yvonne Rainbow Teplitsky
     
     
    Related Content:
    Foundational Trust In Long-Term Relationships
    Intentions: Setting The Tone In Your Relationships
    Maintaining Connection Through Conflict
    The #1 Relationship Booster
    The Importance of Apologies
     
    Connect with Yvonne Rainbow Teplitsky:
    Artsy Goddess Studio Website
     
    Let’s Talk About It!
     
    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of Relationships! Let’s Talk About It - the show to help you forge deeper, more meaningful connections and relationships with those around you. If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please head over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show, and leave us a rating and review.
     
    Check out our Guided Audio Practices, Meditations and Workshops at Relationships! Let’s Learn About It.
     
    You can check out the original songs I have sung in my podcast at Pripo’s Podcast Songs.
     
    Don’t forget to visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Share your favorite episodes on social media to help others build better, more meaningful relationships.
     
    And if our content has helped you forge deeper connections and more meaningful relationships, be sure to help support the show by visiting our Support the Podcast page!
     
    Theme music “These Streets” provided by Adi the Monk

    • 1 hr 1 min

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