Beth Luwandi, LPC, shares: psychology wisdom; attraction, connection, and relationship hacks; and stories from the trenches. Answering your burning questions about finding a mate, midlife sex, and making relationship work, she also hosts experts, specialists and your successful peers. For Smart and Sassy women and Genuine Good Guys age 35 and better. You've been successful in other areas. Find the support, guidance, and shifts that work to help you create and enjoy the best love of your life!
27 Dating NOW Basics
A follow-up from the Midlife Dating 101, 2017 Seminar in Cincinnati, Beth talks about Attraction, communication rules and progression, dating in midlife for optimum health (and avoiding pain,) the communion of love and loss, and seven fabulous dating tips that will serve you well!
Want the full show notes (as a supplement or to READ instead of listen?) Find them at www.midlifelovebytes.com and look for episode 27.
26 Healing Heartache
Men and Women (and different personality types) deal with heartache in various ways. Beth shares the best answers for how long it takes to heal after divorce or a break-up. She covers a list of sure-fire ways to make it worse. Of course, she finishes with a list of 13 specific ways to heal as quickly and thoroughly as possible.
Don’t spend time asking the hard Why and What questions. Substitute instead the questions you can actually get helpful information on. How do I get through this? How do I make sense of this?
See the complete shownotes at www.luwandicounseling.com/podcast/
25 After Infidelity
Infidelity can rock your world like nothing else. Recovering and even saving the relationship IS possible. Anne Goshen, LCSW, PhD, psychotherapist practicing in San Diego, California outline's the Gottman Institutes phases of recovery. How this issue gets addressed can truly be the make or break in your healing. Beth brings a Burning Question at about 17:00 regarding when things get mighty messy and some form of retaliation enters the situation. Join us!
Link to resources and complete show notes at www.luwandicounseling.com/podcast/
24 Love is Easy
Married? In a relationship, alone, or any description in between? Is love hard? Question your limiting beliefs. Burning Question: 38 year old man, together with his wife for eight years asks Why is it so hard to have a good relationship? Beth takes you through a process of examining and questioning what you believe about love and relationships including the common beliefs that relationships are hard, take a lot of work, and require compromise. You just might be surprised by how easily you can shift your thinking and begin to have an easy, joyful, connected experience and attract more love.
Complete show notes at www.midlifelovebytes.com
23 Alone for the Holidays Part 2
For single Smart and Sassy Women and Genuine Good Guys. Recorded in mid-October, Beth gives a list of great resources you can check out. She summarizes from several online articles. Beth takes a light survey of popular publications and their ideas for how YOU can get through until late February. You might find some good ideas! And the list might just be fun, no matter what.
Glamour, PsychCentral, Huffington Post LonerWolf blog, Match.com single person’s holiday survival guide.
complete show notes at midlifelovebytes.com
22 Handling the Holidays Alone, Part 1
Beth Luwandi LPC outlines how to handle the holidays when you’re single. She goes over tips on how to handle it, how to talk about it and who to talk to about it. Beth gives examples for different ways to make the experience better for yourself including feeling your feelings, telling the truth about those feelings with the right people, and exploring your options. Don’t make it worse for yourself. Beth gives tips on how to avoid the stuff that makes it all worse and how to make it a little better.
See the complete show notes at www.midlifelovebytes.com
Thank you for providing fresh and engaging content each week! I learned a lot about psychology of relationship and love from listening to your podcast.
Easy to listen to
Love the podcast. I will definitely keep listening.
Genuine and useful
First of all, I love the opening music. Beth provides a warm space to discuss a wide variety of relevant topics with interesting guests. Her own expertise is woven in to make a podcast well worth listening to.