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Join Relationships Specialist and Neuropsychotherapist as we proactively approach relationships for they are a quintessential and unavoidable part of life. Join me in gaining researched strategies on enjoying great ones! They’re proven to provide you greater, health, happiness and even longevity! It’s worth it....

Is this Love? Joanne Wilson

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Join Relationships Specialist and Neuropsychotherapist as we proactively approach relationships for they are a quintessential and unavoidable part of life. Join me in gaining researched strategies on enjoying great ones! They’re proven to provide you greater, health, happiness and even longevity! It’s worth it....

    A Touch Of Sadness

    A Touch Of Sadness

    I want to hold your hand, Every time we touch,  Touch me. There are so many lyrics in history about the importance of touch. Physical touch communicates positive emotions: joy, love, gratitude, and sympathy. Consider the elderly, incarcerated, people choosing to be isolated or those unwell without the language of touch. From a passing brush on the arm that breath-taking and memorably featured during those early days of courting to the affirming “I’m here for you” meaning 30 years down the track.  We thrive on touch. The way we are touched can have a lifelong impact - good and bad. Join me in the episode as I contemplate the power of touch and changing with the times of the transition of the printed to digital newspapers!

    Joanne Wilson is a neuropsychotherapist, relationship specialist, workshop facilitator and guest speaker. Tune into radio Salt106.5 each Friday morning for her co-host of the Morning Wakeup. Don’t miss more on these Sunshine Coast Daily articles in her “Is This Love” Podcast and download your FREE relationship resources at www.relationshiprejuvenator.com

    • 5 min
    Celebrating men!

    Celebrating men!

    Men's Health Week is a great opportunity to celebrate our mosaic brains and the incredible, uniqueness of the masculine and feminine tendencies found in all blokes – some weighted in more areas than others. The world needs you and your health is a critical matter. There are health issues which only affect men. The world could be more sensitive toward your needs and how we promote healthcare in a way that makes it a more engaging place for which you can be cared for.

    Joanne Wilson is a neuropsychotherapist, relationship specialist, workshop facilitator and guest speaker. Tune into radio Salt106.5 each Friday morning for her co-host of the Morning Wakeup. Don’t miss more on these Sunshine Coast Daily articles and FREE relationship resources at www.relationshiprejuvenator.com

    • 4 min
    How do you rate on the change scale?

    How do you rate on the change scale?

    How would you rate yourself on the “change scale”? Revel, avoid or somewhere open to it and in between? Find out more on the struggles presented in the counselling room and how you can approach the challenge of change.

    Joanne Wilson is a neuropsychotherapist, relationship specialist, workshop facilitator and guest speaker. Tune into radio Salt106.5 each Friday morning for her co-host of the Morning Wakeup and more on her weekly newspaper column. Download your FREE relationship resources at www.relationshiprejuvenator.com

    • 4 min
    Winter Intimacy Revival Techniques

    Winter Intimacy Revival Techniques

    .Australians in many states can enjoy a glorious winter but we may still withdraw a little from the chill, find it harder to exercise and feel more irritable. Our lips get dry and cracked and so can our relationships. You may have started the year with the intention to give your relationship another big shot and rekindle the connection, then found it further strained throughout social isolation. As we approach mid-year, maybe you’re both on the downward spiral and bogged down.

    Whilst this one is more for the ladies, I know you blokes will sneek a peek. So gals, here are your winter intimacy revival techniques you’ll love and could well loathe!

    With thanks to Laura Doyle for some great concepts gleaned from her contribution to relationship therapy.

    Joanne Wilson is a neuropsychotherapist, relationship specialist, workshop facilitator and guest speaker. Tune into radio Salt106.5 each Friday morning for her co-host of the Morning Wakeup. Don’t miss more on these Sunshine Coast Daily articles in her “Is This Love” Podcast and download your FREE relationship resources at www.relationshiprejuvenator.com

    • 6 min
    The one word that can save relationships.

    The one word that can save relationships.

    "I haven't spoken to the mother-in-law for six months now ... apparently, it's rude to interrupt.” chuckled one of my clients recently.

    The focus is mothers-in-law as we contemplate Mother’s Day on 10 May in case you need to prepare!

    Not just the outlaws but extended family and friends, too and  I’m quite sure there are a few relieved people that have found social distancing quite beneficial? Starry-eyed romantics are often caught unaware after slipping into the love vortex. Clarity is skewed, thanks to oxytocin: the love neurochemical that helps us pair up. Many seal their commitment with a kiss and a ring, only to realise down the marital track there's a whole new group of influencers behind their beloved. Let’s assume that any one unlike yourself is just well, weird. Those people who may stray from your ideals, values and behaviours are aliens. Your in-laws will often fall into this category. Your partner’s nuances and behaviours are super cute at the start. When a few of those start to grind on you, there’s that shocking revelation! With utter dismay, you realise there’s a couple on a planet where they learnt them from who are frighteningly way too similar. You exclaimed, “You’re just like your mother (or father)!” How did that go down? I know. Not so well.

    Joanne Wilson is a neuropsychotherapist, relationship specialist, workshop facilitator and guest speaker. Tune into radio Salt106.5 each Friday morning for her co-host of the Morning Wakeup discussing her weekly newspaper column in the Sunshine Coast Daily.  Download your FREE relationship resources at www.relationshiprejuvenator.com

    • 7 min
    Physical Distancing and Pornography

    Physical Distancing and Pornography

    Does social distancing translate to a greater use of pornography? I don’t know but many people do ask me if pornography is a contributing cause to the demise of relationships? This is an extremely controversial topic and always will be. As a relationship therapist, I journey with clients without judgment and respect their opinions and values. This episode refers to the most recent statistics from the world's largest pornographic website and the good or bad impact on relationships.

    Joanne Wilson is a neuropsychotherapist, relationship specialist, workshop facilitator and guest speaker. Tune into radio Salt106.5 each Friday morning for her co-host of the Morning Wakeup discussing her weekly newspaper column in the Sunshine Coast Daily.  Download your FREE relationship resources at www.relationshiprejuvenator.com

    • 4 min

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