Have you ever wondered what it's like going to therapy? Have you thought about going but are afraid of the stigma around therapy? Do you know someone who goes to therapy, but unsure if you should go? This podcast takes you on a journey of what therapy is like, what is typically talked about, and why going to therapy is amazing! Join Matthew, a Marriage and Family Therapist, as he discusses the ins and outs of the therapeutic process, while dispelling some of the myths and rumors of therapy.
*NOTE* this is NOT intended to be a one stop shop for personal therapy. I encourage everyone to seek local professional help. Stories that are used in this podcast have been altered to protect client confidentially.
7 Habits of Successful Relationships
Remember: good relationships don’t fall out of the sky. Good relationships require growth, work, and change. Here are just 7 habits of a successful relationship.
3 Rules For Long Term Dating
We need to reward hard discussions, not punish them; we need to value our honesty over our partner’s comfort; and we need to remind ourselves that “easy” is not the goal. The goal is depth.
Trust & Vulnerability
A trusting relationship is not something you find fully formed in a perfect Tinder profile just a few more swipes away. Trust is something you build with a person who is roughly in the same spot on their journey in life as you are.
Never Stop Trying
In order to find someone to partner with us, we have to do the work to make ourselves whole, on our own. Only then can we partake in a healthy, lasting relationship.
Why Dating Apps Don't Make Finding Love Easier
There are hundreds of apps for every sort of person. You can even filter for all the qualities you are looking for, down to the color of someone’s hair. More and more individuals are using these apps, and they are more advanced than ever. We should all be happily dating, right?
Letting Go Of Shame
Many times in life, the shame that we carry with us isn’t even our own. It is the shame of others projected onto us. In order to let go of this, we have to recognize what is ours and what isn’t