As much as we hate it, every relationship has conflict. For this episode, our guest Dr Heather Thompson Day shares how to handle those “crucial conversations.” She shares practical ways to prepare your mindset before going into a difficult conversation along with some ways to keep communication open while you’re in the thick of things.
Season Three: Stories of Overflow
Occasionally we interact with people who seem to be living a life that is truly overflowing. Their joy is radiant and their love is almost tangible! In this season, we're talking with some of these kind of people to hear their stories of personal transformation and learn their secrets to living from the overflow.Via Email
When it comes to singleness, it can feel like there is a lot out of our control. But according to Erin Keegan, you can still work towards marriage when you’re single! In this episode, she explains the types of habits she cultivated when she was single that empowered her to be a healthy potential spouse.
In this episode Ranela Kaligithi, a therapist-in-training, joins us again for another conversation to share why she thinks marriage is still a worthwhile commitment. We explore some key things to look for in a romantic partner as well as some red flags, dealbreakers, and other dating and marriage hot topics.
In this episode, Karl and Filip are joined by Ranela Kaligithi for a conversation on authenticity and self-awareness in relationships. She shares how to own your own mess, recognize the values that shape you, and cultivate a strong sense of self.
Dr Torben Bergland joins us for this episode as we learn about Attachment Theory and how it impacts our relationships. We learn about the four attachment styles, which types typically end up in relationships together, and discuss whether or not attachment styles are problems that need fixing.
In this bonus episode, Karl and Filip sit down with Derek Glatts to learn from his experience of being diagnosed with depression, then anxiety, and finally OCD. We talk about the thought patterns and habits that have helped or hindered him, and he shares how he’s using his story to pour life into others.
In our season finale on anxiety and depression, Karl and Filip ask Jamie what the best ways are to reach out to others who are struggling. We learn ways to ask friends how they’re really doing, and to empathize—not sympathize—with those who are hurting.
We’re told to watch our deeds, because they become habits, but what exactly should those habits be if we’re battling depression? In today’s episode, Jamie Stodola, LMFT, puts the power back in your hands as she shares achievable habits that help combat depression.
In this episode Jamie shares some common reasons that people may find themselves depressed and how our thought patterns impact depression. Filip related his own story of a dark time in his life, recalling the thoughts that brought him there, and the things he did that got him to a better place.