A trail blazing relationship podcast promoting unconventional monogamy and marriage--where we teach you how to fight well, master communication, and take your marriage to the next level without compromising your business, family, or integrity
Resolving Trauma with Psychedelics & MDMA - Dr. Rick Doblin, Ph.D. - 312
Using psychedelics to resolve trauma wasn’t something I was aware of when I first started experimenting over 30 years ago. The research has exploded as well as the positive outcomes for people with PTSD.
In this interview, I speak to one of the leading authorities on psychotherapy and psychedelics, Rick Doblin. Rick is such a trail-blazer.
If you have questions about how “safe” or “effective psychedelics are for your healing journey, this is a must listen. We cover MDMA, psilocybin, LSD, and ayahuasca.
4:00 Introduction Rick Doblin 10:50 How to handle bad experiences with psychedelics 13:55 Using psychedelics recreationally and facilitators for growth 33:30 Experimental studies about the use of psychedelics 47:45 Psychedelics and psychotherapy 1:00:30: Using psychedelics alone vs. doing it with others 1:11:15 Action Step
Tips For Helping Young Children Resolve Conflict - 311
When you were young, did you know how to work through conflict? Were the adults involved at all or was it more of a “hands off” situation? Whatever you went through as a kid, there’s another way.
My belief is that if we raise kids in a good way, and teach them how to work through their differences, we’ll have a brighter future.
My family and I wanted to record this podcast to show you what’s possible when kids have conflict. This is an unscripted conversation with my kids. Check it out here
3:20: Conflict between children 8:30: Tips for resolving conflict 16:00: When can adults intervene? 21:30 Taking a break and spending time alone 26:45: Using humor to resolve conflicts
Sharing Impact 2.0 - 310
Many of our Relationship School students know the tool “sharing impact.” Well, now I have a short update on that tool for you.
My wife and I made a big improvement based on something we saw with our students.
When not done well, this tool can leave some people feeling defensive. So, we added a step that will mitigate some of that defensiveness.
Check it out
Episode 33 - Sharing Impact Episode 297: The Collaborative Way – Lloyd Fickett https://relationshipschool.com/community/ https://relationshipschool.com/connected/ 3z799swe
Your Relationship To Money - Ken Honda - 309
A lot of couples fight about money.
Money has a lot of charge for most of us.
That’s why I wanted to interview Ken Honda about how we can improve our relationship to money.
Ken has written dozens of books and has tons of advice for you about money and how you can increase wealth and connection.
I think you’ll enjoy this one.
4:05: Introduction Ken Honda 12:10: Why is there pain and fear around money 16:00: Finding out who you are in order to have a better relationship with money 24:40: The relation between emotional intelligence and financial intelligence 31:00 Happiness and money 35:25: Money and generosity 39:00: How to relax our body and mind around money 43:00 Money advice for couples 47:40: Rising kids with financial intelligence 1:00:40 Action step
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3 Myths Single People Believe - 308
If you are single, I got some feedback from a lot of people on this. They helped me ensure that these are in fact, 3 of the biggest myths around being single.
Would love your input. Take a listen and leave a comment on social, or below in the blog/podcast post.
4:45: Myth # 1 6:30: Myth # 2 8:25: Myth # 3 12:20: Action step
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Overcoming Fear, Standing Up To Your Parents & Finding Your Own Path - Kute Blackson - 307
Have you ever upset someone because you wanted to speak your truth or follow your truth? If you choose to follow your heart in life, you’re going to upset people and disappoint people.
It’s part of the path. But so many of us listen to the fear and shrink away from what’s true for us, instead of having the courage to stand up, express ourselves, or follow our dreams.
In this podcast, you’ll hear one man’s story of overcoming fear and saying no to his father’s wishes.
Whew. It’s powerful what he did. And, as a result his life has been pretty extraordinary.
3:10: Introduction of Kute Blackson and his life story 16:55: Overcoming the fear of being your true self 33:35: Dealing with people who criticize you 39:10: How to overcome the victim mentality 47:15: How to let go of our past 52:35: About racism 1:03:10 Action step
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Customer ReviewsSee All
I love how focused and to-the-point this podcast is. I love conversations and story podcasts too but this one is great for when you want to get to the point. And it’s fun to listen to! Don’t get me wrong! It definitely gives me comfort and hope for the kind of relationship I’m dreaming of building someday and action steps I can use right away in the relationships I have now!
This podcast has been super helpful in my personal life but my clients as well. As a therapist I have some episodes saved that I share with my clients as part of the psychotherapeutic process. They find them very helpful as well and it makes out sessions richer and more engaging.
Great podcast in so many areas
This is a great entry point to taking action and accountability with ourselves in relationship. I like that he brings a range of guests with different specialties like the recent one he brought in about our relationship to money and the narcissism episodes. I took the 2 day workshop on how to do conflict and got a lot from practicing active listening and getting to observe how other couples deal with their challenges. As an educator, I will take the many relational lessons this podcast offers to my class and I appreciate the realness he brings to his approach.