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Dating And Relationships Simplified.
Love is messy. Let's clean it up.
Relationship expert Thomas Westenholz discusses dating, relationships, self-love, and how to flourish and heal.
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The Body and Relational Trauma
Today I speak to the wonderful Rakhee Patel who share her wisdom on how to work through trauma and reconnect to our bodies in an empowered way.
We discuss how to get into your body and feel more of life. How to become fully alive.
How to deal with intense emotions so they become manageable.
It's the exploration of body and mind and the integration of our organism so it can flourish
Join us on this discussion.
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Today Thomas and Elizabeth discuss the most challenging phase after a toxic break-up. Then, we will talk about how to break the trauma bond and restore calm.
It's a chemical addiction and is commonly known to appear for people who dated someone with narcissism, borderline or histrionic personality disorder.
There is a path back to a joyful life, and this podcast will get you started on that path.
If you want to know more about Elizabeth, then you can find her here https://relational-somatics.com/.
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Adriana Bucci - Narcissistic Abuse Healing
Today I talked to Adriana Bucci, a Narcissistic recovery coach, about healing from Narcissistic abuse and abusive relationships.
The process is of healing is not random, and time itself does not heal without the interventions.
We have to engage the body, emotions and thought process to heal.
Narcissistic abuse does not have to destroy you, and it can be the catalyst for finally healing our attachment and feeling safe in relationships.
Check out Adriana on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/letsgetyourshifttogether/
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Toxic relationships and Gaslighting
Today I talk to Stephanie Sarkis about gaslighting manipulation.
Toxic relationships are often categorized by gaslighting, and it can create trauma bonding.
Narcissistic and psychopath abuse can be very subtle, but they make you doubt your own reality over time.
The more you doubt yourself, the easier they can control you.
We will look at how gaslighting looks like and how to spot it so you can escape the web before you get trapped.
Debbie Covert Narcissism
Today I talk to Debbie Mirza about covert narcissism.
Toxic relationships are devastating to our mental health, and trauma bonding often occurs.
Narcissistic abuse can be very subtle, so knowing how to spot it is key.
We explore how it shows up differently than traditional narcissism.
How to spot it and avoid these toxic people and the red flags.
We also explore how to heal from dating a narcissist.
No to people pleasing and yes to boundaries
It's easy to become a people pleaser and focus on other people's needs instead of our own.
We want to be liked or perceived as "good," but the cost is often our own needs, compromising our boundaries and capacity. The result is that we feel less trust and safety, and our relationships get painted with resentment and a lack of mutuality.
Codependency can also cause us to engage in people-pleasing, so today, we will talk with Jennie Miller about boundaries, why they are so important, and how to implement them.
Relatable and engaging
Listened to a couple podcasts and found it really relatable and skills that would be easy to apply. I’m enjoying listening to more each day.
Insightful relationship advice
Having just discovered this podcast, I’m really impressed by the first conversation of 2020. It was a rich interview, enhanced by Thomas and guest both sharing their personal experiences to demonstrate how various theories of emotional self-awareness and skilful communication can be put into practice in real life.
Their candour in sharing their own learning journey and their own habits and faults in previous relationships was also really helpful in demonstrating how we are not stuck in our habitual patterns, but can learn new skills and apply these over time for healthier, more meaningful interpersonal relationships.
Highly recommended and I’m looking forward to more episodes.