Getting Out of Your Head on a Date

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My podcast guest, Heather Nichols, talked about the importance of getting out of your head on a date. Hint: Your body holds the answers to true love!

My podcast guest, Heather Nichols, MSW, is a Joy of Business facilitator, movement & meditation consultant, tantra practitioner and somatic psychotherapist. She combines her expertise in mind-body therapy with 20 years’ experience in the world of business and entrepreneurship to facilitate people toward a fuller, more joyful, experience of business, life and family.

An Access Consciousness® facilitator, healer, and mom, Heather has been running a weekly radio show for more than 6 years. She also facilitates workshops and private consultations online and around the world. She refuses to take ‘no’ for an answer from life and brings to her work a fierce commitment to create joy, ease, and wealth on the planet – in every aspect.

Check out episode 354 to learn how to get out of your head and into your body on your journey to true love. 

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Safe to Love Again

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If you’ve been hurt in past relationships and/or you grew up in a highly dysfunctional home, this podcast is for you. You can feel safe to love again!

Based on a field of study called Attachment Theory, the science of intimate relationships, my podcast guest, Dr.Gary Salyer’s insights have a profound and often immediate impact on helping people feel safe to love again. As a transformational relationship mentor, he helps people re-write the rules for love in their brains. He empowers singles to reclaim their rights for a full soulmate relationship. With couples, he helps resolve their conflicts and differences so they can have the love they dream about. Therapists are even saying his new approach will ‘change the way therapists do therapy.’

Check out highlights of Episode 353: Release the Pain of Past Relationships to Create The Love You Deserve.

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Why Successful Singles Struggle to Find Love

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My podcast guest, Clarissa Silva, a behavioral scientist, has developed a ground-breaking method to help singles who struggle to find love. Check it out!

My podcast guest, Clarissa Silva, is a Behavioral Scientist, Researcher, and Relationship Coach with 18 years of experience. She developed the first ever disruptive relationship technique, Your Happiness Hypothesis (H20) Method©. She took traditional psychological and behavioral science models and re-engineered them to be 10x more effective than the traditional methods. She revolutionized the way she approached love after really examining conventional theories and realized that none of it had ever worked in her life. Soon after, she met her husband!

Check out highlights for Episode 350: A Behavioral Scientist on How Technology is Shaping Dating Today

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[VIDEO] Top 10 Reasons Why You’re Still Single

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Do YOU know why you’re still single? In this video, I reveal the TRUTH behind why you’re still single, and what you can do to find lasting love.

Want to know why you’re still single? It’s probably not what you think. Most women believe it’s because they’re too old or not thin enough. Or, it’s because the men their age want much younger women. Or, they believe there are not enough single men in their town. Nope, nope and nope!

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How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game

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Is dating just a numbers game, where women far outnumber men? If so, what can you do about it? A lot, says author Jon Birger.

My podcast guest, Jon Birger, is the author of “DATE-ONOMICS: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game.” A former senior writer at both Fortune and Money, Jon has also written for Barron’s, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, New York Magazine, Time, and The Washington Post. He was named one of the “Power Players in Technology Business Media” by AlwaysOn Network.

A familiar face and voice on television and radio, Jon has appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America, BBC World Service, CNBC, CNN, MSNBC, National Public Radio, and Fox News. A graduate of Brown University, Jon lives with his family in Larchmont, N.Y.

Download/listen, and check out the show notes for EP348: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game.

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Building Strong Relationships In Spite of Our Differences

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My podcast guest, James L. Creighton, shares practical tips for building strong relationships in spite of seeing the world through different realities.

My podcast guest, James L. Creighton, PhD, is the author of Loving through Our Differences and several other books. He has worked with couples and conducted communications training for nearly 50 years around the world.

Check out the show notes below for Episode 346: Building Strong Relationships in Spite of Our Differences.

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