Sexual Addiction requires that you know the tools to seek and manage recovery. Learn the strategies to restore your life.
A Partner Shares How She is Healing Herself with Carol the Coach
Today, Carol the Coach will be interviewing Corinna Kaufman who is a partner who is in the middle of transformation. She is speaking, writing and sharing her message of self empowerment and change.
Are You Ready to Move On In Your Life Carol the Coach
It is so exhausting to deal with the collateral damage of being a partner. It is just so unfair! You didn't ask for the betrayal with all of its emotional wounding and many partners wonder if they will ever be able to recover. To make matters worse, partners put themselves on the back burner. Partners have options to get intense help but they delay it because:
They resent that they need to make space for this "_____." They resent that there is a need for this support and that it would take them away from their families for 3.5. or 7 days. And yet we know empiracallly that often times the brain needs to reset and being away in a supportive enviroment with others who have been through the same thing is exactly what needs to happen to recalibrate and find the safety and mindset to move forward into restoration of your own life as a couple and individually,
Listen as Carol talks with Heidi Kinsella abouth the Partner Intensives that they have created together for Partners!
A Partner Shares Her Story with Carol the Coach
When a partner feels Post-Traumatic Growth, she is much more likely to want to share it with other women who need the encouragement! Listen as Carol the Coach, interviews a partner to find out how she got healthy and what she learned about herself!
Why Does Your Man Cheat with Carol the Coach
Today Carol the Coach will be interviewing Floyd G. Potts who has written Why Your Man Will Not Stop Cheating Until He Does This. In his book Floyd unlocks the key to sex addiction recovery and he wants to tell you about it today. This is Floyd's life story and he wants to help others heal.
Finding Your Safe Space with Carol the Coach
Today, Carol the Coach will be interviewing the founder of Safe Space who created it as a resource for women who needed perspective and healing due to the destructive impacts of a romantic relationship.
Having experienced an intensely destructive and confusing marriage, she knew how overwhelming, frightening, and heartbreaking it can be. She explains in our interview, "I left that marriage terrified, disoriented, and very, very broken. It took me a long time to put a lot of the pieces together- pieces that allowed me to not only make sense of the reality of what I had experienced, but also feel like I was healing personally. Through my professional work and personal life, I have since come into contact with so many other courageous and beautiful women whose lives have been turned upside down by destructive relationships. And I am amazed (and saddened) by how many of us there are! Every relationship and every individual is different, and experiencing destructive and confusing patterns in a relationship covers a tremendous breadth of lived experiences. That is why Safe Space is designed to empower women through teaching principles, providing tools, and also empowering women to see what is true—for themselves; to take back ownership of their own lives through engaging with their agency and sense of personal power.
Safe Space will not tell you what to do in your relationship. It will lay out principles and patterns to help improve your awareness. It will help you differentiate between what healthy looks like, and destructive patterns to you and your relationship that need to be addressed."
Brainspotting Can Work Through the Impasses in Couples Work with Carol the Coach
Listen as Carol the Coach interviews Julie St Onge as she talks about how brainspotting can assist couples in their relational struggles. Brainspotting allows the emotional brain to reprocess trauma and reorganize it into the cortex or logical brain. It expedites the healing process. It is a process that involves using the optic nerve direction and bilateral music. We tap into where the trauma is and allow it to reprocess and reduce. This is not exposure therapy.
The benefit to couples spotting is that the wounding between the couple comes up immediately. This allows the couple to be more aware of the injuries and triggers that surface without any spoken words. They can be processed and even notice how one wound triggers another. Couples experience connection at a deep level as the emotional base heals. This allows more effective communication and use of tools and skills.
Coincido con otros comentarios. Porqué en cada episodio nos tiene q recordar que ELLA es la primera en hablar del tema en internet? Ojalá hablara menos de ella misma y empezara luego luego con la entrevista.
Omg the audio content
Great content, downright terrible audio quality
For straight men and their partners
There’s very little in these podcasts that recognizes that women and LGBTQ people can be sexually addicted. A couple of podcasts focus on the female sex addict with a “SHOCKED” tone, as if it’s stunning news that women could have problems with sexual compulsion. Once in a while the host will add “or she/her” as an afterthought to a comments. I listened to this for several years before realizing that it only reinforced the stigma of being a female sex addict. However, if you’re a straight man or the partner of one, you’ll find a lot of compassionate and informative material here.