205 episodes

Hosted by Pripo Teplitsky, LCMHC, a psychotherapist specializing in relationship issues. Through the experience of relationships, we get to see and understand ourselves in ways we can't do alone. Whether it be with our partners, family, friends, co-workers, or neighbors, these relationships shape our level of happiness and contentment in life. This conversational podcast takes a casual approach to deep and personal topics. Pripo and his guests are not afraid to bring a little humor into their discussions (or his solocasts) and share intimate details about their lives and relationships. For anyone with questions, concerns, or just plain curiosity about relationships, this is the perfect podcast for you.

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Hosted by Pripo Teplitsky, LCMHC, a psychotherapist specializing in relationship issues. Through the experience of relationships, we get to see and understand ourselves in ways we can't do alone. Whether it be with our partners, family, friends, co-workers, or neighbors, these relationships shape our level of happiness and contentment in life. This conversational podcast takes a casual approach to deep and personal topics. Pripo and his guests are not afraid to bring a little humor into their discussions (or his solocasts) and share intimate details about their lives and relationships. For anyone with questions, concerns, or just plain curiosity about relationships, this is the perfect podcast for you.

    205. Using Astrology in Relationships

    205. Using Astrology in Relationships

    Nastassja Noell is a lichenologist who traverses outside the fenced pastures of science. As a biologist, an artist, writer, and astrologer, Nastassja's work grapples with living in times of profound change. She feels that the Earth is birthing something new through each of us. 
    Nastassja has studied astrology for the past 10 years, and has found that astrology provides a map of change, where each transit is a portal for each of us to become our own compass."
    In this episode, Nastassja and I have a conversation about using astrology to understand relationships. Astrology provides clues about human behavior and is a powerful tool for having more harmonious relationships. We discuss  how Synastry is the art of relationship astrology. It is a fascinating and illuminating study of how individuals interact with one another.
    “Exploring astrological insights can offer valuable perspectives on building and maintaining healthy relationships. “
    - Nastassja Noell
    Connect with Nastassja Noel:
    Nastassja's website is https://beinglichen.org. To schedule an astrological reading with her,  click the moon glyph located at the bottom of every page.


    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 and Meditations 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
    204. Dealing With Criticism

    204. Dealing With Criticism

    Corey Costanzo is the Co-Owner of Asheville’s Still Point Wellness Spa, a licensed addiction counselor, trauma specialist, licensed massage therapist, master didgeridoo player, colleague, and good friend.
    In this episode, Corey and I have a conversation about dealing with criticism. You will inevitably encounter constructive and destructive feedback from your family, friends, and colleagues, among others. Learning to navigate criticism is a highly valuable relationship tool. In this podcast episode we share personal and professional stories about the dynamics of criticism and how to deal with healthy responses to criticism.
    “Receiving criticism that hits a sensitive spot helps you explore unresolved issues. “
    - Corey Costanzo
    Related podcasts:
    Aftermath of a Fight of a Regrettable Incident Control Issues Understanding the Shame Cycle Allowing Influence from Your Partner Emotional Regulation Connect with Corey Costanzo:
    Still Point Wellness Still Point Wellness on Instagram Still Point Wellness on Facebook Still Point Wellness on Pinterest Corey Costanzo on LinkedIn Email: stillpoint@stillpointwell.com 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 and Meditations 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

    • 56 min
    203. Heartshare: Following Through on Commitments in Your Relationships

    203. Heartshare: Following Through on Commitments in Your Relationships

    In this solocast I talk about the importance of following through on commitments. It’s basically keeping your word. If you say you'll do something, do it. Whether it's taking out the trash, meeting your partner for dinner, or attending their work event, follow through reliably. The key is consistently matching your actions with your words. Follow-through breeds trust and reliability in relationships. Essentially, partners who do what they say they'll do don't just gain trust; they earn it. Their actions give evidence that they are worthy of trust. This firm foundation is key for relationships to go the distance.
    “Only make commitments you know you can reasonably keep. Don't say yes to everything.”
     - Pripo Teplitsky
    Related Content: Other Podcast Episodes
    HeartShare: Attitudes of Connection
    HeartShare: How Practicing Humility Helps Your Relatiopnships
    Compromising in a Relationship
    HeartShare: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Relationships
    How to Have the Partner You Most Want to Have
    Micro-Moments in Relationships
    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 on 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

    • 47 min
    202. Asking For Help

    202. Asking For Help

    In this episode, I have a conversation with my friend Gregg Levoy and we dive into this topic. Gregg is a frequent seminar leader who holds workshops in the faith-based, human-potential, educational, governmental, and business industries. He is a Passionate Living Expert who has penned bestselling books such as Vital Signs: The Nature and Nurture of Passion as well as Callings: Finding and Following An Authentic Life which has been named as one of the Top 20 Career Publications by the Workforce Information Group. He regularly shares his insights and expertise as a frequent contributor to Psychology Today.
    Asking for help is not an easy task, especially because it elicits vulnerability. Many people have a difficult time asking for help because they don’t want to appear weak, put other’s out, seem inadequate, or fear it may be used against them at a later date. How good are you at asking for help?
    “You’re not weak or lazy...everyone needs support” 
    - Gregg Levoy


    Related Content: Other Podcasts with Gregg Levoy:
    Defensiveness
    Circling: A Powerful Communication Tool
    New Love...Taking Risks To Be Real
    The Loss of Touch
    What is a Generous Conversation
     
    Connect with Gregg Levoy:
    Gregg Levoy website Gregg Levoy on Facebook

    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
    201. HeartShare: Attitudes of Connection

    201. HeartShare: Attitudes of Connection

    In this solocast I talk about the importance of consciously being aware of the kind of attitude you are putting out and understanding how it influences the quality of connection you want. The focus of a positive and heartfelt attitude of connection helps ease conflict and foster trust and love. This connection is a choice. What do you choose?
    “small gestures do wonders to build an attitude of connection." ~Pripo Teplitsky


    Related Content: Other Podcast Episodes
    HeartShare: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Relationships
    How to Have the Partner You Most Want to Have
    Micro-Moments in Relationships
    Body Awareness Can Help Us Relate
    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
     

    • 41 min
    200. Feeling Seen and Heard

    200. Feeling Seen and Heard

    n this episode I have a conversation with my wife, Yvonne Rainbow Teplitsky. She is the founder of Artsy Goddess Studio, where she actively carries out her role in helping others and the planet heal. Rainbow 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. She also helps women transform through voice empowering workshops and helps couples through workshops and retreats that she co-facilitates with me.
    The longing to be seen, heard and considered is normal and vital. But if you don’t feel heard or understood by your partner (or vice-versa), chances are, neither you nor your partner are really present to each other as much as you could be. We don’t want others necessarily to agree with all our feelings, but what we crave is that they at least validate them. Rainbow and I talk about how this shows up in our relationship.
    “The best way to understand people is to listen to them”
    - Yvonne Rainbow Teplitsky
    Related Podcasts:
    Giving Your Partner the Benefit of the Doubt
    Repair is Key to a Successful Relationship
    Aftermath of a Fight or a Regrettable Incident 
    The Importance of Apologies
    The Art of Apology
    Maintaining Connection Through Conflict
     
    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

    • 54 min

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