There aren’t too many households which teach how to have a healthy sexual relationship. When couples get married, they have little knowledge from which it build with their partner. So we’re getting racy in today’s episode as we discuss sexual myths. Let’s build our knowledge base of truth to get rid of knowledge gained from the street so couples can have healthier, happier sexual encounters. Psychotherapist, Clifford Clark, LCSW a marriage and relationship counselor and sexual addiction specialist is joining me for this racy topic.
Death is a natural part of life. Or is it? In life we experience loss and grief. Neither are easy to handle. So how do we cope healthily when we experiencing grief. It’s especially difficult when it is attached to trauma. Today’s show, I have a special guest, LCMHC, Mia Reid of Change Happens Today. She is going to educate us on the specifics of grief and trauma, how to differentiate and cope as we live our new new normal.
Have you ever wondered why your thoughts tend to sway in a particular direction? For some it’s always positive and for others it’s always thinking the worst. How do these thoughts originate? If they are negative, how can we get rid of them? If they are positive, what are you doing that creates this continual flow of ever thinking the best of self and others. We’re discussing automatic thoughts and developing positive self-talk in today’s episode. If you or someone you know could benefit, listen in.
It’s not easy dating in 2019. Dating is nice, but we want to make certain it leads to something special, meaning and lasting. How do we go from I want to find someone special to…hey I’d like you to meet my girlfriend/boyfriend. On today’s show, I will share some tips and tools to help you to position yourself for better dating. I’ll share some his and her do’s and don’ts and of course some safety tips. I mean, it’s 2019, we have to stay ready.
Did you ever notice how it seems that people who have previously been married seem to always find love? How does love work the second time around? Are they better equipped the second time around? What makes things work? Or not work? Does it make a difference if the happy couple knew each other early in life and revisit the relationship? So many questions. While we could focus on all the things that didn’t quite go right the first time around, let’s instead focus on the lessons learned that couples bring into their current marriage that make it work. Let’s take a look at the growth they have accomplished. Let’s take a look at the love they found that may have been missing originally.
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Don’t you want to have better love? Lasting love? Well of course you do. But guess what, not everyone knows how to get what it is they desire from their relationship. In today’s episode I am sharing some key tips on how to build happier, healthier relationships and move towards lasting love. These keys teach the basic elements necessary for any relationship. If you want to learn more about these tools, join the ABCs to Better Love challenge where we will learn how to develop and build upon these keys. Go to erosmeetsagape.com to sign up.
Gillette has gotten a lot of flack from their new commercial. They are asking men to do better, thus be more open and sensitive. But, can the alpha male be this person? Can men expose themselves in the workplace emotionally? Do they have a safe environment at home to come to in order to express their emotions? Join me and my special guest, Sherri Moore, as we discuss the alpha male as we try to understand their style of emotional expression at home as well as the work place.
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In 2019 we are expecting great things from the Eros Meets Agape podcast. As our listening audience grows – so do we. Today’s show provides a sneak peek as to what you will hear from us this year. If you think you were shocked by some of last year’s episodes…hold on…there is more in store. Join us as we share what’s coming!!!
Winning at life and love can sometimes be difficult. We sometimes struggle to balance it all. We want the productive and successful work life, but also must do our part to make the best of our relationships and to make them work. How do we have both? How can we live our best lives and experience love at its best? To help listeners win at love and life, I have some therapists joining me on today’s episode to share their tips, tools and resources to help you win in all of your relationships. We’re joining forces and combining our skill set to help you win at love and life.
The holidays seems to do one of two things. You either welcome it with open arms, enjoying a new snow fall, visiting with loved ones, the spirit of the Christmas season and sharing quality time with those you love…or you feel the pressures, stress, anxiety and depression that seems to take over during the holiday season. If this is you, or someone you know, I’ve gathered a few African American female therapists in the Metro Detroit area who are sharing their wisdom and expertise in hopes of helping others survive through the holiday season.