Welcome to my playground, my fiends and friends.
Tonight’s episode is focused on relationships, so you’re going to want to pay attention. Whether you’re dating, engaged, or married, in a monogamous, monogamish, consensually non-monogamous, or polyamorous relationship, the advice you’re going to get in this podcast can help you and your partner(s) through a lot of common relationship snafus.
If you want to learn how to improve communication and intimacy as a couple, you’ll benefit from today’s podcast with the co-founders of Soulmates for Life, internationally renowned author and licensed clinician Dr. Jay, and his soul mate, master certified coach, Liseth.
Here are some of the major questions my guests will be answering:
What is the true definition of a Soul Mate? Do you want to discover how to master your relationship and become a better partner?
With the expert guidance of Dr. Jay and Liseth, we’re going to explore the science of soulmating, the importance of expressing honesty and communication in your relationship, and taking your love life to the next level (like if you’ve both decided to open up your relationship to venture into non-monogamous waters).
In this podcast, we talk about the kinds of people and couples who might need a relationship coach, and when there are some red flags in your relationship that signal the need for coaching to improve the status quo.
Dr. Jay and Liseth also reveal useful strategies to overcome conflict, for times when you’re having a risky conversation with your partner and things explode or become difficult.
There’s no such thing as being in a relationship without conflict or without argument. We need to have arguments in order to grow together and improve things if they’re not going the way you both want. But it’s important to learn how to fight the right way (and not say things we don’t mean or that we can’t take back), and to be able to swiftly repair things between yourselves, or there can be lasting damage.
That’s why relationship coaching (listen to the podcast to hear how they distinguish coaching from couples therapy) can be so beneficial to every couple, regardless how long you’ve been together, what kind of relationship you’re in, or the kinds of problems you’re having.