Listen as Chris Seiter helps women through breakups and recovery. The Ex Boyfriend Recovery Podcast is one of the most popular self help and sexuality podcasts found on the market today. Seiter takes real life situations on one by one and provides valuable advice that have helped thousands of women find the peace (and success) they are striving for. Oh, and let's not forget that he's the "ex whisperer."
Talking About CPTSD And Breakups With Anna Runkle
If you’ve ever heard of the crappy childhood fairy then you are in for a treat. I had the pleasure of interviewing Anna Runkle who is the founder of the very popular YouTube channel, We talked about all kinds of amazing things, Intro to the crappy childhood fairy. 0:03 Complex post-traumatic stress disorder. 3:28 What […]
Talking About Codependency And Breakups With Julia Kristina
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of interviewing Julia Kristina, a registered clinical counselor based out of Vancouver. We talked about all kinds of interesting things related to breakups and codependency. What is codependency? 0:03 Avoidant vs. codependent attachment styles. 5:43 The yearning for connection and codependent relationships. 11:10 Setting boundaries in a […]
This Is How To Handle Anxiety After A Breakup
This is Tati Garcia, She is a licensed professional counselor specializing in helping individuals with high functioning anxiety. What’s high functioning anxiety? Well, I had the pleasure of asking her myself: One of the primary distinctions is that someone experiencing high-functioning anxiety may appear to be doing well externally. This could be someone who is […]
Success Story: This Woman Got Her Ex Back After Finding Herself
I had the pleasure of interview Lee a few days ago and I was blown away at her approach to her breakup. Not only did she really buy in to putting the focus on herself (as opposed to her ex) but she absolutely KILLLED IT during the texting phase. Check out some of the things […]
Success Story: She Started Setting Boundaries He Started Coming Back
I had the pleasure of interviewing “So.” A member of our community who has just gotten her ex back, In the interview we talk about things like, The breakup that led up to the reconciliation. 0:01 Meet the woman who got back together with her ex. The dark times. The first Christmas apart from her […]
Talking To A Psychologist About Your Exes Body Language
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. John Garrison. A clinical psychologist and body language expert who runs the YouTube channel Dr. G explains. In our interview we discuss, How do you know when someone’s behavior is Ocd? What it means to be caught in the honeymoon period. Understanding body language at its core. […]
But all of these shows are geared towards the dumpee. What if you’re the dumper? And his interviewing skills aren’t great. He interrupted way too much. Which was annoying.
Could Be Better
I feel like your work is well grounded and there are so many good things here (like advice and techniques) for moving on from a breakup. However, the inconsistency of the early work you did and how it evolved into what it is today shows that there is still growth potential in the future. For that reason, I kind of have to say this channel should not be the only source for people’s healing. The March 8 podcast of Thida’s success story clearly shows your reluctance to accept certain things that would better serve people in recovery. She kept referencing her energy redirected back to her and you downplayed it and attributed to her just working on things and posting it on social media. There is WAY more to that and you need to look into it and acknowledge it. There is no need to go full-on esoteric and rebrand your channels but, acknowledging that energy focus is a big factor. The whole podcast she politely rebutted all your suggestions when you attributed her success to hard work and showing it off on social media but, she contradicted that by saying she is very private and doesn’t display personal things on there. Her energy focus was what made those things kickstart into action. There is more to it and you would better serve your audience (that may be hurting) into understanding that all things are energy. Its part of out lives and finding a way to redirect it back to one’s self is the start of the healing process. Thida could not have described it more eloquently and politely. Bravo to her. Please evolve and don’t just dismiss it as something trivial as attributing ones healing into just doing -as you coined “the holy trinity” work and posting it on social media. This happened for people way BEFORE social media even existed. Its a well documented phenomena. Sometimes people do all of those things offline during no contact and far from reach and the ex comes back begging. Its a phenomenon that cannot be ignored. Best of luck. Love Coach Anna btw.
Helping a lot
Me and my ex broke up 3 months ago I helped her move into her new place because I was most responsible for the break up so i wanted to do the right thing I broke no contact several times before I heard your podcast mostly just saying I’m here if you need to vent because she was angry. But I could see she was angry because her situation she was in and took it out on me. I was hoping to maybe one day get her back But I’m 8 days no contact listening every day and also in the gym thank you Chris!