The Empowered Wife Podcast is all about fixing your relationship without your man's conscious effort, even if it seems completely hopeless.
Guests share how they fixed their marriages to men with anger issues, narcissism, alcohol abuse, verbal abuse, midlife crisis, affairs, physical abuse and more using the Connection Framework and the 6 Intimacy Skills.
Every show highlights the worst relationship advice of the week, reveals the very common mistakes that everybody seems to be making and shows you exactly what to do instead to have a playful, passionate relationship--like over 15,000 women who have already transformed their relationships and become Empowered Wives.
Listen and subscribe to the Empowered Wife podcast with New York Times bestselling author Laura Doyle, the world's most trusted relationship expert, so you can stop feeling lonely, exhausted and unloved and start feeling desired, taken care of and special again.
How to Know if Your Relationship is Normal
While we know that there’s no such thing as “normal,” it makes sense to want to compare our relationship to others. How can you overcome the shame that’s associated with marriage breakdowns and discover if what goes on in your house is common?
My guest Jennifer didn’t fight much with her husband but still felt miles apart from him. Today they are a team again and she feels taken care of and loved.
The Worst Relationship Advice of the Week tries to tackle narcissism in the worst possible way.
3 Ways to Fix a Broken Marriage
If you feel like your marriage has been broken for so long that it’s too hard to fix, you’re not alone. But what if there was a way to restore peace and intimacy without wearing yourself out?
My guest Martha already felt like a single mom as her husband was usually withdrawn and always on his phone. When he took a job out of town, things got even worse. Today, Martha’s marriage is nothing short of a dream with a husband who’s playful, protective, attentive, and who loves taking her out on dates.
The Most Powerful Intimacy Skill
Are you the only one doing things the way they actually should be done? Most women are surprised to learn that you can end the cycle of feeling lonely and exhausted by doing one simple thing. See how.
My guest Whitney constantly felt unappreciated by her husband. Years ago she built up an emotional wall and eventually began to tear it down, but ultimately she wanted to fall back in love with her man again.
The Worst Relationship Advice of the Week aims at romance but falls short.
3 Steps to End the Exhausting Tug of War Forever
Does it feel like every problem you have in your marriage turns into a never-ending power struggle? What if there was a way to end this back and forth easily and get what you want?
My guest Rebecca’s husband was incredibly controlling and didn’t seem to care about her happiness at all. Yet after changing her perspective, she now gets to enjoy him fulfilling her desires and making her dreams come true. The Worst Relationship Advice of the Week encourages criticism and complaining.
3 Ways to Be a Feminine Feminist
The word “feminist” often gets a bad name, yet many women feel torn between wanting to succeed in the workplace while still appearing feminine and soft. Can you have both, or will “feminist” always sound angry and harsh?
When her husband had an emotional affair with a woman from work, my guest Rae thought her marriage was over. She then began a transformation that eventually brought them to the happy marriage she’d dreamed of.
The Worst Relationship Advice of the Week turns sexy time into a cho
5 Hacks for Communicating with Men So They Hear You and Get You
Does it feel like no matter how much you say to your husband, he just doesn’t understand where you’re coming from? Hear what I have to say.
My guest Stephanie so badly wanted to transform her marriage that she was willing to do anything but her husband was completely uncooperative. She decided to do things differently and is now enjoying a beautiful new phase in all areas of her life.
The Worst Relationship Advice of the Week encourages us to be more virtuous than is necessary.