Episode 58: Extroverts and Introverts…Surviving The Times

Let’s be honest, love can be difficult to understand and achieve. Everyone is able to build a healthy and loving relationship but only when we recognize that the passion and intimacy of Eros love must meet the unconditional and sacrificial love of Agape. The Eros Meets Agape podcast is where matters of the heart meets real talk. Join your host, Dr. Saudia Twine, a licensed marriage and family therapist and minister as she navigates the hard conversations about love, sex, marriage and relationships leading you to give and receive the love you both want and need.

COVID-19 has changed many of our lives. Many of us in the US are on a stay at home status and quarantined. How do we survive our new life of work from home, unemployment, home schooling, caring for our children, aging parents, or just dealing with our new normal? What happens when we are the extrovert and need to be out and about interacting with others but can’t? Or what if you’re the introvert and while being at home is your thing, you are sharing your space with someone and can’t seem to find the time to be alone? What do you do? How do you manage? I’m talking to introverts and extroverts, sharing tips on how to manage during the quarantine.

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Episode 57: Baggage

Let’s be honest, love can be difficult to understand and achieve. Everyone is able to build a healthy and loving relationship but only when we recognize that the passion and intimacy of Eros love must meet the unconditional and sacrificial love of Agape. The Eros Meets Agape podcast is where matters of the heart meets real talk. Join your host, Dr. Saudia Twine, a licensed marriage and family therapist and minister as she navigates the hard conversations about love, sex, marriage and relationships leading you to give and receive the love you both want and need.

Sometimes without us even being aware, we can allow the pain from our past to affect our present relationship. If you have ever experienced a conversation where you fear something happening in your present relationship because you’re being triggered of mental reminders from the past. The person you’re with now, may not have even said or done anything but you assume they will do the same thing as the previous person, or will turn out to be like everyone else. Yep…that’s called baggage. On today’s show we’re identifying some common baggage issues, and discussing what each type says and how it appears in the relationship.