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A trail blazing relationship podcast promoting unconventional monogamy and marriage--where we teach you how to fight well, master communication, and take your marriage to the next level without compromising your business, family, or integrity

Relationship School Podcast Jayson Gaddis

    • Culture et société
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A trail blazing relationship podcast promoting unconventional monogamy and marriage--where we teach you how to fight well, master communication, and take your marriage to the next level without compromising your business, family, or integrity

    Life Purpose, the Cost of Comparison, & Spiritual Development - Dr. John Demartini - 440

    Life Purpose, the Cost of Comparison, & Spiritual Development - Dr. John Demartini - 440

    What is my life's purpose? 
    How can I find health and happiness? 
    Many of us ask these common questions and Dr. John Demartini, one of Jayson’s mentors, shares his thoughts with us.

    Dr. Demartini is a polymath with four decades of research and expertise exploring over 200 disciplines in pursuit of what he calls the Universal Principles of Life and Health. In addition to his work as a researcher and best-selling author, Dr. Demartini travels the globe as an international educator/speaker.
    This episode traverses the great plains of modern medicine to symptomatology, enlightenment to reincarnation, cryptocurrency to financial advice, and the interpersonal/relational aspects of our human experiences. 
    Tune in to this week’s episode to learn from this incredible man.
    Timestamps:

    What we do vs. what we say [8:30] What’s your strategy for achieving your goals? [11:30] So you think your job sucks, but does it really? [16:30] Illness, symptoms, and the mind [18:30] Thoughts on reincarnation [24:30] Demartini’s theories on the rise in autoimmune disease [30:30] Is social media making us physically ill? [32:30] Demartini’s opinions on Attachment Theory [36:30] No such thing as a dysfunctional family [45:00] Beware of the “all-enlightened” person [49:00] Can we train our bodies to sleep less? [1:10:00] Cryptocurrencies and financial advice [1:14:00]  
    Links:
    Dr. John Demartini’s website The Breakthrough Experience Dr. John Demartini on iTunes Keys to Mastering Relationships & Life with Dr. John Demartini Order Jayson's book: Getting to Zero Enroll in Relationship Mastery Get 50% off your first month of relationship coaching with the promo code "First50"

    • 1h 31 min
    Never Ever Get Married Unless You Do These 3 Things - Jayson Gaddis - 439

    Never Ever Get Married Unless You Do These 3 Things - Jayson Gaddis - 439

    If you plan on getting married, make sure you are willing to do these three things... You won't want to miss this.
     
    Timestamps:
    0:57 - Don’t get married unless… 2:58 - How should we define success in marriage? 5:34 - Only get married if you do these 3 things 11:07 - Takeaway Links:
    Read the transcript to this episode here Loneliness, Social Isolation And Living Alone – Dr. Julianne Holt-Lunstad – 301 Order Jayson's book: Getting to Zero Masterclass Library

    • 14 min
    Honest Sex - Shana James - 438

    Honest Sex - Shana James - 438

    On this week’s episode we speak with relationship coach, author, TedX speaker, and host of the Man Alive podcast, Shana James about her newly released book, Honest Sex. We explore the intersection of sex, spirituality, authentic relating, and creativity, and she offers her expanded definition of sex: Tune in to learn about co-creating a deepened honesty to enhance sexual and relational connection/gratification.
    Timestamps:
    0:59 - Guest introduction 2:07 - Interview 5:56 - Sexual creativity 15:07 - Fast food sex 23:05 - When should parents talk to kids about sex? 29:54 - Dealing with sexual differences 36:00 - Exercises for couples Useful Links:
    Shana’s website New book: Honest Sex: A Passionate Path to Deepen Connection and Keep Relationships Alive (get chapter 6 for free) Podcast: Man Alive Podcast Instagram: @shanajames Facebook: @truesuccessformen TRS Podcast episode 348: Men, Pleasure, and Power with Shana James TRS Podcast episode 258: How Does a Woman Help a Man Open Up and Do His Inner Work? with Shana James  TRS Podcast episode 110: The Healing Power of Touch with Betty Martin TEDx Talk: What 1000 Men's Tears Reveal About the Crisis Between Men and Women How To Play The Three Minute Game Enroll in Relationship Mastery Order Jayson's book: Getting to Zero Get 50% off your first month of relationship coaching with the promo code "First50" Masterclass Library  

    • 48 min
    Relationship is a Skill - Jayson Gaddis & Ellen Boeder - 437

    Relationship is a Skill - Jayson Gaddis & Ellen Boeder - 437

    Jayson and Ellen discuss relationship skills we should learn (e.g. face reading, empathy, conflict resolution). There's no doubt that we have the capacity to have good relationships, because we know we're innately capable of being loving parents, partners, and positive citizens - that's what we're meant to be as humans - but cultivating our relational capacities is actually a developmental achievement and essential ingredient for health and wellness.
    Timestamps:
    0:00 - Intro 1:46 - Relationship as a skill 14:38 - Why is a growth mindset important? 23:07 - Therapy clients vs. coaching clients 31:54 - Action step Useful Links:
    Enroll in Relationship Mastery Order Jayson's book: Getting to Zero Get 50% off your first month of relationship coaching with the promo code "First50"

    • 35 min
    Myth of Normal & Adult Parent-Child Dynamics - Daniel Maté - 436

    Myth of Normal & Adult Parent-Child Dynamics - Daniel Maté - 436

    On this week's podcast, we are joined by Daniel Maté. 
    In addition to co-writing recent New York Times bestseller The Myth of Normal with his father, Dr. Gabor Maté, Daniel is a composer, lyricist, playwright, podcaster, artist, musician, and mental chiropractor - a current day renaissance man.  
    Hear about how Daniel relates to his father, his experience growing up with Maté privilege, and how he contextualizes the complexities of the parent-child relationship psychologically while providing us with insightful reframes that speak to how we relate to our parents as adults.
    A few quotes from the book we feel compelled to share with you in hopes of inspiring you to read/listen to the book:
    “Trauma, until we work it through, keeps us stuck in the past, robbing us of the present moment’s riches, limiting who we can be.”
    “What joys have you denied yourself out of a belief that you don’t deserve them, or out of a conditioned fear that they’ll be snatched away?”
    “Whether we realize it or not, it is our woundedness, or how we cope with it, that dictates much of our behavior, shapes our social habits, and informs our ways of thinking about the world.”
    “Time after time it was the “nice” people, the ones who compulsively put other’s expectations and needs ahead of their own and who repressed their so-called negative emotions, who showed up with chronic illness in my family practice, or who came under my care at the hospital palliative ward I directed.”
    “Chronic rage, by contrast, floods the system with stress hormones long past the allotted time. Over the long term, such a hormonal surplus, whatever may have instigated it, can make us anxious or depressed; suppress immunity; promote inflammation; narrow blood vessels, promoting vascular disease throughout the body;”
    “It doesn’t matter whether we can point to other people who seem more traumatized than we are, for there is no comparing suffering. Nor is it appropriate to use our own trauma as a way of placing ourselves above others—“You haven’t suffered like I have”—or as a cudgel to beat back others’ legitimate grievances when we behave destructively. We each carry our wounds in our own way; there is neither sense nor value in gauging them against those of others.”
    “Like our other needs, meaning is an inherent expectation. Its denial has dire consequences. Far from a purely psychological need, our hormones and nervous systems clock its presence or absence. As a medical study in 2020 found, the "presence [of] and search for meaning in life are important for health and well-being." Simply put, the more meaningful you find your life, the better your measures of mental and physical health are likely to be.
     
    Order The Myth of Normal:Trauma, Illness, & Healing in a Toxic Culture by Dr. Gabor Maté & Daniel Maté here.
    Timestamps:
    0:00 - Intro 2:41 - Daniel describes what he does 6:31 - Reawakening the inner artist 15:48 - Adult parent-child dynamics 34:21 - Special offers 35:34 - The Myth of Normal book 1:09:32 - Special offers Useful Links:
    Instagram @danielbmaté Daniel Mate's mental chiro website Dr. Gabor Maté’s website Instagram @gabormatéMD Order The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, & Healing in a Toxic Culture by Dr. Gabor Maté & Daniel Maté here Listen to Daniel read The Myth of Normal on Audible Enroll in Relationship Mastery Order Jayson's book: Getting to Zero Get 50% off your first month of relationship coaching with the promo code "First50" U.S. listeners, sign up for relationship tips and support direct to your phone by texting this number: 720 704 4850 Apply to Relationship Coach Training  

    • 1h 10 min
    What Does “Do the Work” Actually Mean? - Jayson Gaddis - 435

    What Does “Do the Work” Actually Mean? - Jayson Gaddis - 435

    April from Austin asks, “You’re always talking about ‘doing the work’; what does that mean? Also, dealing with ‘inner child work,’ does this mean getting a therapist?”
    Lance wonders, “When does inner child work end? And how do we know when it’s finished?”

    Tune in for another Ask Me Anything episode where Jayson answers listener questions.
    Want to submit a question? Leave a comment in our Facebook Support Group or on Instagram @jaysongaddis or @therelationshipschool
     
    Useful Links:
    https://relationshipschool.com/relationshipmastery/ https://www.gettingtozerobook.com read the transcript here

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