35 episodes

Turn the embers of a distant and lonely relationship into a blazing emotionally intimate connection.

Are you tired of conflict? Do you dream of a secure and peaceful relationship?

Welcome to Relationship Psych, The Podcast.

The goal it to teach you to create a strong and connected relationship, that withstands the test of time.

Each week I share stories, practical strategies, and have inspiring conversations with guests to help you get and keep the relationship you and your partner dream of. Lets find out how to avoid relationship disaster and become relationship masters.

Relationship Psych | Love | Marriage | Conflict | Psychology | Amber Dalsin

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Turn the embers of a distant and lonely relationship into a blazing emotionally intimate connection.

Are you tired of conflict? Do you dream of a secure and peaceful relationship?

Welcome to Relationship Psych, The Podcast.

The goal it to teach you to create a strong and connected relationship, that withstands the test of time.

Each week I share stories, practical strategies, and have inspiring conversations with guests to help you get and keep the relationship you and your partner dream of. Lets find out how to avoid relationship disaster and become relationship masters.

    35. Is Healthy Dependency Possible?

    35. Is Healthy Dependency Possible?

    Is Healthy Dependency Possible?

    Debunking dependency

    In this episode where they talk about relationship dependency, when it helps and if it hinders. There are many common myths about relationship dependency. Many people think dependency is a bad thing period but is it really?

    We cover if needy really is a bad thing.

    How security actually helps create independence.

    The dependency paradox.

    Calming down so that your partner can meet your needs.

    If you want the FREE GUIDE 5text 50 to 1(313) 710-9683 to get your copy of 50 Ways to Calm anger and Anxiety.

    This podcast is not meant to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any mental or relationship problem. It is for informational purposes only. See a relationship professional in your area for advice for your specific problem.



    Host- Amber Dalsin is a psychologist and couples therapist in Mississauga Ontario.

    • 13 min
    34. Catastrophic Couples Conflict and How To Prevent It

    34. Catastrophic Couples Conflict and How To Prevent It

    Catastrophic Couples Conflict and How To Prevent It

    Transform fretful fights to calm conversations.

    In this episode, we are going to discuss 2 types of problems in relationships and how couples get stuck in fretful fights.

    We will answer the questions:

    So why are you fighting with your partner anyways?

    Are fights even normal in relationships?

    Do all couples fight?

    We review common cognitive distortions in relationships.

    We discuss the two things that happen in all couples conflicts.

    I teach out about the number one predictor of divorce and how to overcome it.

    One of the tools to overcome this predictor of divorce is the 3 Step Script: Talking So He Listens. Simply text 1-313-710-9683 to download the simple and powerful template.

    This podcast is for informational purposes only. See a couples therapist in your area for specific advice for your specific relationship.

    Host- Amber Dalsin is a psychologist and couples therapist in Mississauga Ontario.

    • 13 min
    33. 3 Steps to Communicating So He Listens

    33. 3 Steps to Communicating So He Listens

    Simple Strategy to Be HEARD & Understood

    To be heard, understood, respected, appreciated, connected - fundamental desire. This human needs is found in all races, religions, and groups- its woven into the fabric of our being. If you’ve wondered the strategy to use, so that he will listen, this is the episode for you.

    To discuss the episode, we are going to use an example from the TV show the Crown and how in this one conversation Prince Charles (at least momentarily focuses on his relationship and not with that of his mistress). You can tell what I have been watching as you listen to the episodes. Princess Diana and Prince Charles and a key moment between them, where they are both feeling, heard, understood, and connected. I want to point out how right they were (or how right the writers of the TV show were).

    We are going to look at the 3 steps to be heard and understood.


    Start with feelings
    Describe the facts of the story you are telling yourself
    Let your partner be the hero not the villain

    If you want to follow along with a PDF of this script, simply text the word SCRIPT to 1 313 710 9683.

    This podcast is for informational purposes only. See a couples therapist in your area for specific advice for your specific relationship.

    Host- Amber Dalsin is a psychologist and couples therapist in Mississauga Ontario.

    • 16 min
    32. A Mistake that STOPS Communication

    32. A Mistake that STOPS Communication

    A Mistake that STOPS Communication

    Avoid doing this if you want good communication with your spouse.

    To illustrate a mistake that most people make when they are communicating, this episode looks at an interaction between Princess Margaret and her husband that I witnessed watching the TV show the Crown. Now, I have no idea if this is what she was really like, and as TV does it made for some really interesting marriage moments. Season 3, Episode 3 on Netflix.

    In this episode we discuss:


    Relationship communication
    Enduring vulnerabilities
    Relationship contempt
    Relationship conflict
    Relationship repair
    Divorce
    What communication mistakes
    Toxic communication patterns



    This podcast is for information only. See a couples therapist in your area for help with your relationship problems.



    Host- Amber Dalsin is a psychologist and couples therapist in Mississauga Ontario.

    • 10 min
    31. Secrets To Successful Relationship Repairs

    31. Secrets To Successful Relationship Repairs

    Secrets To Successful Relationship Repairs

    Have you wondered why relationship repairs are the most frequent post I make on Instagram? @emberrelationshippsychology

    This episode is about the power of relationship repairs.

    Imagine, you and your partner start sliding down the nasty spiral, the way all your big fights start, and then one of you quickly does a ninja move and halts the process, reconnecting you, getting you back on track. A repair.

    On a cold snowy January day, I pulled up to a restaurant and saw my future husband sitting outside on a bench in the cold.

    My heart fluttered in my chest and I knew that he was special. He would teach me about passionate love, and within 2 weeks he would also teach me about heartbreak.

    In this episode we talk about:

    Preventing conflict spirals

    What makes relationship repairs work

    How to stop fighting with your spouse

    Emotional connection

    How to stop a fight

    Communication in relationships



    This podcast is for information only. See a couples therapist in your area for help with your relationship problems.



    Host:

    Amber Dalsin is a psychologist and couples therapist in Mississauga Ontario.

    • 10 min
    30. Is Porn Bad For Relationships

    30. Is Porn Bad For Relationships

    Is Porn Bad For Relationships? Show Notes

    In this episode we are going to look at when pornography is helpful and when pornography is harmful in relationships.

    We will outline the negative symptoms related to your partner watching pornography. Understanding Porn Use, The Confidential Information No One Talks About.

    In this podcast we discuss:

    So, is  pornography bad?

    Positive and negative impacts on relationships.

    How pornography leads to betrayal.

    Positive ways pornography can be used in relationships.

    Negative emotions related to learning about your partner watching pornography.

    Reasons your partner watches pornography.

    Check out the free PDF guide:

    Do You Have These Negative Symptoms Related To Your Partner Watching Pornography?



    This podcast is for informational purposes only. Seek a couples therapist in your area for specific advice to help your unique problems.



    Host: Amber Dalsin., M.Sc., Psychologist. She does Couples Therapy in Toronto. She does online individual relationship counseling and online couples therapy.

    • 10 min

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