412 episodes

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

The Relationship School Podcast Jayson Gaddis

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 882 Ratings

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

    Neurodiverse Parenting: Raising “Differently Wired” Children with Debbie Reber - 414

    Neurodiverse Parenting: Raising “Differently Wired” Children with Debbie Reber - 414

    This week I spoke with Debbie Reber, author, and founder of TILT Parenting which offers resources to parents of neurodiverse “differently wired” humans to help navigate these uncertain waters in a world where everything is biased towards “normal”.
    We speak about how ADHD is considered neurodiverse, and often oversimplified as someone who experiences challenges with their focus when in reality it includes challenges with emotional regulation, impulsivity, misreading social cues, and rejection sensitive dysphoria. We also learn about the Autism Spectrum, and some of the terminology like “twice exceptional”, “masking”, “high-functioning” and “Aspergers”. And, of course, we talk about neurotypical-neurodiverse relationships.
    Useful Links:
    https://tiltparenting.com/ https://relationshipschool.com/rct https://relationshipschool.com/relationshipmastery/ https://www.gettingtozerobook.com

    • 58 min
    Don’t Settle But Go After This One Trait In A Partner - Jayson Gaddis - 413

    Don’t Settle But Go After This One Trait In A Partner - Jayson Gaddis - 413

    Have you ever been advised by friends or family not to “settle” in your romantic partnership? 
    Did you ever consider why you may be settling, or have settled in the past?
    Do you believe in not settling because you’re waiting for “the one”?
    In this episode, I unpack “settling” and offer three essential ingredients I think it takes to make a relationship work day-to-day and in the long term.
    Useful Links:
    https://relationshipschool.com/rct https://www.gettingtozerobook.com

    • 13 min
    Grief, Ending Relationships, & Suicide - Sherry Walling - 412

    Grief, Ending Relationships, & Suicide - Sherry Walling - 412

    Have you ever noticed how grief needs to be acknowledged?
    Have you experienced denying grief, running from it, or pushing it down?

    Can you identify the importance of role modeling for your kids to be grief-literate?
    This week on the podcast, we chat with Sherry Walling, a clinical psychologist, author, and occasional circus artist enthusiast. Professionally, Sherry specialized in traumatic stress, but when her father passed away, and her brother committed suicide her, professional and personal worlds collided as she navigates the painful waves of grief.
     
    Useful Links:
    https://relationshipschool.com/rct https://www.gettingtozerobook.com

    • 57 min
    From Codependent Helper to Effective Relationship Coach - Jayson Gaddis - 411

    From Codependent Helper to Effective Relationship Coach - Jayson Gaddis - 411

    Are you someone drawn to helping others? Do you have codependent-ish tendencies? Have you always wanted to join a career that draws on your passion for helping others? Have you ever truly turned your pain into your purpose? Check out this episode as we explore these possibilities. 
    Apply here: https://relationshipschool.com/rct
    Useful Links:
    https://relationshipschool.com/rct https://www.gettingtozerobook.com

    • 23 min
    Borderline, Narcissistic, and Schizoid Personality Disorders with Carolyn Bankston - 410

    Borderline, Narcissistic, and Schizoid Personality Disorders with Carolyn Bankston - 410

    Do you know the difference between covert and overt narcissism? 
    Did you know that it's possible to resolve a personality disorder via relationship?
    Are you familiar with some of the dynamics in a partnership where one or both people have a personality disorder, and what is there for me to learn about myself and reflect on if I suspect I am such a partner?
    In this week’s episode I spoke with Carolyn Bankston, a clinical social worker who works with people with personality disorders. Bankston explains that a personality disorder is, at its root, an attachment wound born from a traumatic dynamic with one’s primary caregiver in the first three years of life. Carolyn shares with us the ways that a relationship is healing even under these pathological circumstances and speaks to the Borderline, Narcissistic, and Schizoid Personality Disorders in particular. 
     
    Useful Links:
    https://www.carolynbankston.com/ CB717888@GMAIL.COM 40769680800 https://internationalmastersoninstitute.com/ https://relationshipschool.com/relationshipmastery/ https://relationshipschool.com/getcoachingnow https://www.gettingtozerobook.com

    • 1 hr 11 min
    How to Get Your Kids and Teens To Do What You Want Them To Do Without Fear or Bribes - Part 2 - Jayson & Ellen - 409

    How to Get Your Kids and Teens To Do What You Want Them To Do Without Fear or Bribes - Part 2 - Jayson & Ellen - 409

    Ellen and I build on what we discussed in last week’s episode. We chat about the single most important family value to have and how it comes into play in how to get your kid to do what you need them to, without resorting to fear, manipulation, or bribery (whether you’re dealing with toddlers, teens, or any age in between).
    Useful Links:
    https://relationshipschool.com/rct/ https://relationshipschool.com/getcoachingnow https://www.gettingtozerobook.com

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
882 Ratings

882 Ratings

Benthic000 ,

We need more of this in the world

Love this podcast

Randall Pink 😜 ,

Wonderful podcast- SO many valuable episodes

I have been listening to this podcast for several years now. Every episode has value, some IMMENSE value!! The people that Jayson interviews are knowledgeable and have a lot of helpful information, strategies, tools, etc. to share. Even the coffee talk style episodes that he has done with his wife Ellen, in recent years, are informative, have expanded my awareness in regard to myself and others and provide me with many great takeaways. Thank you Jayson for all you do to help make the world a better place!

authentic beast ,

Authentic style & content ~ accessible yet nuanced

Check out the extensive “back catalogue” of past shows. So many spot on & uber-useful life lessons from these folks. Pitched more toward those under 50 - so the language / presentation is of-the-moment and often fun. My only caveat is that, occasionally, there’s too much meandering chat between Jayson & his therapist partner. I am impatient for the excellent, straightforward topic content. (Oh, where is my mindfulness / compassion when I need it 🦑?) Usually, though, the TRS pod is truly worth your time.

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