How to De-escalate Arguments and Manage Triggers

Manage Triggers

What if you could learn to manage triggers and create healthier relationships? Paige and Don Marrs show you how to argue right!

Paige and Don Marrs returned to Last First Date Radio to talk about how to de-escalate arguments and manage triggers. They have been happily married for over 30 years and have worked together since the day they joined their lives. They co-authored two how-to memoirs, both of which teach through story. Executive in Passage: When Life Lets You Know It’s Time to Change, Let that Knowing Lead You, chronicles Don’s passionate struggle to leave behind the ethical conflicts in his career in advertising and find work that would be truly meaningful for him.

Their second book, Grabbing Lightning: The Messy Quest for an Extraordinary Love, reveals their “messy,” intimate journey to a love greater than either of them knew to reach for. Paige and Don have offered their relationship program, The Love Conversation®, for more than a decade, helping couples and singles resolve their challenges and experience the love they yearn for instead.

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How to Avoid Getting Dumped

avoid getting dumped

Want to avoid getting dumped? Follow these great communication tips from relationship coach, Chuck Rockey. They might save your relationship!

My podcast guest, Chuck Rockey, discussed several ways to avoid getting dumped. His suggestions may surprise you! He is a Princeton-educated software engineer turned dating and relationship coach with a passion for helping clients gain more happiness and vitality.

Chuck prides himself on guiding people to add new dimensions to their lives – such as self-acceptance, focus, greater connection or whatever they desire to add to their world.

Check out the show notes and listen to EP 388: Relationship Coach Chuck Rockey – How to Avoid Getting Dumped.

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Using the Power of Mindfulness to Transform Your Relationships

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Mindfulness is a powerful way to improve all your relationships. Listen to Dr. Ron Frederick, my guest on Last First Date Radio.

Emotional agility and mindfulness are key to healthy relationships. My podcast guest, Dr. Ronald J. Frederick, is a clinical psychologist whose career has focused on the power of your emotions and mindfulness to transform relationships. He’s the author of “Loving Like You Mean It: Use the Power of Emotional Mindfulness to Transform Your Relationships” and the award-winning “Living Like You Mean It: Use the Wisdom and Power of Your Emotions to Get the Life You Really Want.” He’s a senior faculty member of the Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) Institute, and Co-founder of the Center for Courageous Living in Beverly Hills, CA. Ron lectures and facilitates workshops for national, state, and international organizations.

Check out the show notes and listen to EP 380: Using the Power of Mindfulness to Transform Your Relationships.

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How to Have the Conversations You’re Avoiding

Conversations You're Avoiding

Are there conversations you’re avoiding? My podcast guest, Chris Hughes, shares excellent tips for speaking up in any difficult situation.

Are there any conversations you’re avoiding? My podcast guest, Chris Hughes, shared wonderful tips about how to speak up on tough issues. He is a facilitator of consciousness and an arts and antiques curator. He earned his degree in Opera and Song at the University of Western Ontario, later working in professional opera, singing telegrams, voiceovers for video games, cartoons and elevators. Chris moved to Australia to complete a master’s in integrated Marketing and Communications at QUT. He is Managing Director and curator at the Antique Guild in Brisbane and Vice President of Australian Antique an Art Dealers Association. He facilitates classes for Right Voice for You, a program of Access Consciousness, and he wants to help people “live beautifully.”

Check out the show notes and recording for EP 376: How to Have the Conversations You’re Avoiding.

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How to Create More Connection Through Conflict

connection through conflict

My podcast guests, CrisMarie Campbell and Susan Clarke spoke about how to create more connection through conflict. Check out highlights and tune in!

If you’re like most people, you avoid confrontation at all costs. What if there was a new way to frame conflict – as something to be welcomed, not avoided? And what if you could learn to use conflict to improve all your relationships? In this episode, you’ll learn how to create more connection through conflict.

CrisMarie Campbell, an Olympic rower, Boeing flight test engineer has her MBA, and Susan Clarke, a former marriage therapist and Equus coach. They are the authors of The Beauty of Conflict: Harnessing Your Team’s Competitive Advantage and their forthcoming book The Beauty of Conflict for Couples. As partners in work and life for over two decades, they’ve adapted their proven step-by-step process honed working with Fortune 100 Companies such as Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, AT&T and San Francisco Giants to help long-term couples use conflict as a catalyst to greater intimacy, passion, and fulfillment.

Check out highlights below for EP 373: How to Create More Connection Through Conflict. 

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How to Get a Man to Ask You Out (in Real Life)

Get a Man to Ask You Out

Tired of online dating? Try offline dating. My podcast guest, Camille Virginia, shows you how to get a man to ask you out…in real life!

My podcast guest, Camille Virginia, is the Founder of Master Offline Dating and author of The Offline Dating Method. She helps single women who are burned out with online dating gain the power to attract great men in the real world. Camille spent years pushing past her introverted nature to master the art of creating meaningful connections. In the process, she was asked out by hundreds of men in everyday places. She’s helped women across six continents unlock their attraction powers to create their own happily-ever-after without going online.

Check out highlights of EP 371: OFFLINE Dating With Camille Virginia – How to Get a Man to Ask You Out.

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