Of all the emotions you can choose to feel, love feels the very best!
In this podcast, I'll share practical tools to help you develop emotional self-reliance and improve your marriage—even if your spouse isn't open to the process! We'll also spend time with real couples—to gain insights from each partner—as they work to implement these life-changing concepts in their own relationships.
I love these coaching tools and have experienced more happiness in my personal and married life because of them. I look forward to sharing this journey with you!
Whether dating or married, the loss of a relationship can be excruciating. Today I offer some ways to navigate the darkness of heartbreak.
Margaret and Robinson
Opposites do attract. But sometimes, after marriage, our differences can feel more challenging than entrancing. Today I coach Margaret and Robinson on how they can effectively navigate a key difference in their marriage.
The modern view of romance includes a whole lot of entitlement. Ridding ourselves of these expectations will help us develop true romance in our marriage. Let’s discuss.
Christian & Janae
I am so excited to welcome you to Season 2 of the podcast!
In this episode I coach Christian and Janae on differences with spending habits, conflict resolution and parenting styles.
Why do we so often gravitate to the role of victim in our marriage? This week I’ll discuss why this role doesn’t serve anyone and what you can do to get out of it.
Are you in a relationship impacted by a diagnosed mental disorder (or undiagnosed but suspected)? This week I share experiences I’ve had coaching people in these kinds of relationships and what I’ve learned from them.