Do you believe that love happens by chance? What about if love is meant to be, it will just happen? We all know people who were not even looking for a partner and then met that special someone standing in line at the grocery store, on a bus, or on a ski lift. Were those people just lucky at love? Dr. Terri talks to Trea Tijmens, elite matchmaker, dating and relationship coach, and relationship expert about the myth that love should happen by chance. Trea will share her tips and insights on how anyone can get lucky at love.
More than 65 million people, 29% of the U.S. population, provide care for a chronically ill, disabled, or aged family member or friend. Caregiving requires sacrifice and commitment, and then it ends. What happens next and how do you restart your life afterwards? Dr. Terri talks to Christopher MacLellan, caregiver advocate, speaker and author of the book, “What’s The Deal with Caregiving.” Chris discusses how caregiving changes people and finding one’s comfort zone during and after caregiving is just as difficult as caregiving itself.
Where did we come up with the crazy idea that people should be able to “succeed” at relationships the first, second or even the third time around? Why do we think a marriage should be judged for its durability, rather than for awareness gained or growth achieved? Dr. Terri talks to Dr. Jan Dworkin, couple’s therapist and author of the new book, “Make Love Better.” She suggests we lean into the idea of relationships as a place where mistakes are not just inevitable, but necessary. She also offers us a set of skills and attitudes to help us build our very own “relationship practice”.
Have you ever been ghosted? Do you constantly fall in love with people who never return your feelings? Dating in the digital age can be chaotic and confusing, while also creating unique challenges for long-term, solid, healthy relationships. Dr. Terri talks to Dr. Marni Feuerman, marriage and family therapist, speaker, and author of the new book, “Ghosted and Breadcrumbed: Stop Falling for Unavailable Men and Get Smart about Healthy Relationships.” Dr. Marni discusses why you attract and accept poor treatment from others, and then reliable techniques on how you can get out, move on, and find the love you deserve.
When you were younger, what did you learn about sex and relationships? And as an adult now, what do you wish someone would have taught or shared with you? Dr. Terri talks to Joan Price, author, speaker and advocate for ageless sexuality. Sex and relationships in your later years is not the same as younger sex, but it can be equally satisfying, and in some ways, it’s better. Joan will discuss what older adults wish they’d known about sex and relationships when they were younger. And how the definition of “what is sex?” has changed or evolved over time.
Do you know how meaningful a heartfelt word or gesture can be? When you see and value others, you not only brighten their day but you also embody the best version of yourself. Dr. Terri talks to Robyn Spizman, a popular media personality, speaker and author of the new book, “Loving Out Loud.” Robyn discusses how small (or large) acts of generosity can impact your life and change the giver and the recipient a like.
Aging issues hit all of all, regardless of our chronological age. If we are negative and pessimistic, we can feel older than our years. But when we are positive and radiant, these qualities contribute to looking and feeling more vibrant. Dr. Terri talks to Dr. Carla Marie Manly, a clinical psychologist, wellness expert and author of the new book, “Aging Joyfully.” Dr. Manly discusses how to notice, understand, and face the changes with grace and strength.
For many decades, men haven’t had the resources to find dating and relationship advice, like women have had. As such, there’s so much to learn and not many places to seek it out. Dr. Terri talks to Hunt Ethridge, international dating and relationship expert, coach, and author about the best dating strategies and tips for men. Hunt discusses how guys can become the kind of men that would make their mommas proud!
The moments of your life are opportunities to learn something valuable about yourself. Instead, you often take them for granted and waste them on negative, unproductive thoughts. Mindfulness keeps you present and aware. Dr. Terri talks to Ora Nadrich, founder and president of the Institute for Transformational Thinking, and author of Live True: A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity. She will discuss how to be present in all the moments of your life and why it’s important to stop the day’s busy-ness and allow for interludes of present moment awareness.
Online dating is no longer seen as a last attempt for the desperate and lonely to find their soul mate. Currently, almost half of U.S. online users have met or know someone who has met a romantic partner on a dating website or app. Dr. Terri talks to Erika Ettin founder of A Little Nudge, a consulting company that helps people navigate the world of online dating, from first click to first date. Erika shares strategies and pointers for your online dating pictures, profile, messages, and more – so that you can get more attention and more dates.
How can intuition help you find love with the right person? Have you ever wondered if you could develop your own intuitive abilities? Dr. Terri talks to Lisa Jesswein, psychic medium, intuitive mentor and Empower Radio program host, about how to use your intuition when it comes to love. She also shares tips on how to tap into your own intuition and guidance system.
Most people have an idea of what they want in a romantic partner but few have a clear, concise understanding of what they actually need. And, in the era of mobile apps, how do you sift through all the digital smoke and glitter to find a heart of gold? Dr. Terri talks to Amari Ice (aka, The Prince of Hearts), a certified matchmaker and relationship coach, about what you need to look for in a potential partner. Amari discusses the 5 things you must know in order to be sure you’ve found an excellent romantic match.