Many of us have trouble showing empathy in dating and relationships. In this video, I reveal three ways to show empathy and help you connect deeply.
Do you know how to show empathy in dating or when you’re in a relationship? Empathy is one of the most important skills in life. In this video, you’ll learn three elements of empathy that are critical if you want to forge deep, intimate relationships.
My podcast guest, Doug Noll, teaches how to de-escalate anger and conflict in three easy steps. I highly recommend you check this out.
My podcast guest, Douglas E. Noll is an expert at teaching people how to de-escalate anger. He’s a lawyer turned peacemaker. His calling is to serve humanity, and he executes his calling at many levels. Doug’s work carries him into many dark places. Using pragmatic and practical skills of peace, he helps people resolve deep interpersonal and ideological conflicts.
Want more love and less conflict in your relationships? Learn how to communicate effectively with my guest, Jonathan Robinson.
My podcast guest, Jonathan Robinson, is a psychotherapist, a bestselling author of 12 books, and he has been a frequent guest on Oprah and CNN. In addition, his work has been featured in USA Today and Newsweek. He recently wrote a book called “More Love, Less Conflict”, and he was on my show to talk about all things related to relationships, communication, and how to create more love and less conflict in your life.
Check out the show notes below for episode #312: More Love, Less Conflict Using Effective Communication Tools.
Mary Shores, author of Conscious Communications, discusses what it means to be cleansing or clogging your relationships. Check it out!
My radio guest, Mary Shores is an author, speaker, and entrepreneur, generating positive and pragmatic solutions for people who are freaking out. Mary blends personal experience with her extensive knowledge of neuroscience and human behavior to guide businesses and individuals to defeat the freak out and create their ideal life.
Are you unknowingly turning off the men you like by leading with masculine energy? Here’s how to lead with your feminine energy—without dumbing yourself down.
What is feminine and masculine energy? And why do we need to know about this when we’re dating…especially after 40? We all have both feminine and masculine energy. It’s about what we lead with in dating that makes the difference in how we form attraction. Feminine energy helps us know whether a man is going to be interested in us as a woman with a capital W or as a colleague or friend. If you want to get out of the ‘friend zone’, then you’re going to want to lead with your feminine energy (unless you want a man who leads with his feminine energy. Most women do not.)
Check out episode #302: The Power of Telling the Truth on Your Dating Journey. Robert Kandell shares his thoughts on honesty, male/female dynamics, consent, and more.
My radio guest, Robert Kandell, joined me to discuss whether telling the truth about yourself in dating and relationships is always a good idea. We talked about the feminine/masculine dynamic in today’s confusing world of relationships…and so much more.
Robert has been hailed as “part football coach, part loving dad, and part slightly crazed drill sergeant”. He has spent the last sixteen years helping people build better relationships through more honest and authentic connection. Robert is an accomplished teacher, coach, and lecturer. He brings his enthusiasm and acumen to his weekly podcast, Tuff Love, on subjects around relationships, intimacy, communication and gender dynamics.