Are you struggling with achieving your life goals? Do you want to change your life but can’t seem to make the big adjustments you need? Dr.Terri talks to Gregg Clunis, entrepreneur, podcast host, and author of the book “Tiny Leaps, Big Changes: Everyday Changes to Accomplish More, Crush Your Goals, and Create the Life You Want.” Gregg is passionate about helping people get out of their own way so they can create real change and build the life they’ve always wanted.
Do you want to increase your opportunities for success and consistently achieve your goals? And, at the same time, be happier and more satisfied along the way? Dr.Terri talks to Christine Hofbeck, author, speaker, consulting actuary, runner up of CBS’s Survivor Season 35, and author of the new book, “Winning Conditions: How to Achieve the Professional Success You Deserve by Managing the Details That Matter”. Christine discusses how you can dream, and win!! She says that by fine-tuning the delivery of your work, you can succeed in your career and personal life.
Are you in a toxic relationship? Exhausted by conflict or constant drama and ready for things to change for the better? Dr.Terri talks to Dr. Rhoberta Shaler (PhD), author, speaker, and also known as The Relationship Help Doctor. Dr. Shaler discusses how to identify and recover from the relentlessly difficult people she calls Hijackals®. She offers insights, strategies, and support to reclaim hope, confidence and your sanity.
All families face challenges. But stepfamilies encounter unique obstacles that can make or break the family. Fortunately, there are strategies you can successfully use to foster a healthy stepfamily. Dr.Terri talks to Dr. Duana Welch, coach and author of the book, “Love Factually for Single Parents [& Those Dating Them]”. Dr. Welch discusses the common issues that face stepfamilies and how to address or manage them.
Texting and swiping have caused singles to lose touch with reality. But live video is a way to connect face-to-face, so you can see if you have a spark or not with possible romantic partners. Dr.Terri talks to Tyler Greenberg, co-founder of Teleport, the latest virtual dating program that allows singles to connect face-to-face. Tyler believes that dating should be as simple and effortless as online, but as transparent and genuine as in real life. Meet people, not profiles in a series of live video dates with like-minded people.
Turn on any television, open any newspaper, or tune to any radio station. Rightfully, COVID-19 is dominating every headline, but at what cost to our mental health? Dr.Terri talks to Dr. Paul Napper (Psy.D.), a leading psychology and leadership consultant, and author of the new book, “The Power of Agency: The 7 Principles to Conquer Obstacles, Make Effective Decisions, and Create a Life on Your Own Terms”. Dr. Napper shares simple strategies to quickly tame information overload, beat back anxiety, and regain hope.
Seniors are today’s most powerful leaders and activists. They’re not fragile, and it’s time to stop pigeonholing seniors as fragile and instead, welcome their power. Dr. Terri talks to BJ Kittredge, retired consultant to the healthcare industry, and co-author of the new book, “How Seniors Are Saving the World: Retirement Activism to the Rescue.” Kittredge says that the grit and strength of seniors is needed more than ever. But so is a new way of viewing this phase of life.
Do you want to create chemistry and sparks when you go out on a date? The best way to build chemistry on a date is to develop a connection and be the best version of yourself.
Dr.Terri talks to May Hui Bugenhagen, a certified matchmaker and dating expert for over 10 years. May helps people find amazing partners and transforms lives, one match at a time. She shares her expert strategies on how to be the best version of yourself on dates and how to create the chemistry you so desire.
It’s never too late to find love. If you’re single and over 40, do not give up! You’re exactly the right age to find true love. Dr. Terri talks to Tammy Shaklee, relationship expert and founder of one of the country’s top LGBTQ certified matchmaking companies, H4M Matchmaking. Tammy shares some of her expert advice and best tips for dating after 40. She says the time is right now, to explore inviting a compatible partner to share life’s journey with you.
While there are many ingredients to success in dating and relationships, one that should never be underestimated is self-care. If you are looking to find or keep real love, taking care of your physical, mental, and emotional health is something you must focus on and proactively plan. Dr. Terri talks to Rachel Russo (MS, MFT), marriage and family therapist, matchmaker, author and speaker. Rachel discusses how self-care and self-love can help you improve your relationship, survive the ups and downs of the modern-day relationship landscape, and create your own happily-ever-after.
If you’re a parent, chances are that what scares you most about the coronavirus is the impact the epidemic could have on the kids you love. Schools are closed until September and summer camps and activities are cancelled. Dr. Terri talks to Nancy Kislin, who is a nationally recognized child, adolescent and family psychotherapist, professor, author and speaker. She has more than 28 years of experience across therapy and education. Nancy provides tips for dealing with common parenting hurdles and discussions during the coronavirus lockdown.
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Being at home with your children under one roof can be challenging, and amidst a pandemic with the added financial, mental and emotional strain, it can be really stressful. But you can use this time to connect more authentically at home with your children in quarantine. Dr. Terri talks to Carolyn Hidalgo, a certified life coach and blogger, who specializes in relationship issues with a focus on the soul. Carolyn shares ways to slow down and create the space for amazing conversations, happier times, and a more authentic connection with your children.