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What Triggers You?

What Triggers You?

September 26, 2019

Getting triggered by things/people/events is debilitating and defeating, and it keeps happening. You might get triggered because of an old wound that hasn't healed, a memory that keeps replaying, or buttons that keep getting pushed. You also get triggered by the stories you tell yourself, and the unprocessed emotions you still carry. But there's hope and help on the way, and her name is Veronica Grant, a love coach who specializes in reparenting techniques and healing the inner child.

Be A Master Of Seduction

Be A Master Of Seduction

September 19, 2019

Anybody can be a master of seduction, you don't need sex appeal, a ton of money, or movie star looks. You just need to meet the unmet need in someone. A really good seduction is invisible, and it's everywhere. Life is a seduction, love is a seduction, even sales is a seduction. It happens on micro levels throughout your day. You can be a master of seduction. Tune in this week to hear our guest psychiatrist Dr. Raj Persaud tell you how.

Stop Choking And Start Dating With Confidence

Stop Choking And Start Dating With Confidence

September 12, 2019

Choking under pressure and performance anxiety are dating killers. Fear of failure will singlehandedly sabotage any budding relationship if you do not get a handle on it. On this weeks episode, clinical psychologist Aimee Daramus shares her expert techniques to build confidence, stay calm, and relax under pressure, especially when the dating stakes are high.

I Love You, But I Hate Your Politics

I Love You, But I Hate Your Politics

September 5, 2019

Like it or not, politics is everywhere: social media, around the dinner table, and in our personal lives. Politics have divided families, broken up friendships, and turned dating into a minefield. Can you love someone but hate their politics? Can you date someone across the aisle? Can we save our relationships from mutual destruction? The answer is yes, and our guests this week are going to tell you how. Author, psychoanalyst, and Liberal Democrat Jeanne Safer and her husband Rick Brookhiser, Conservative Republican and Sr. Editor of the National Review have 39 years of marriage under their belt, and a world of knowledge to share when it comes to making politics and love work together.