Getting over a broken heart is never easy. In fact, anyone who has gone through a breakup knows that a broken heart can be difficult to mend. Most of us have been there at some point, left wondering how to heal and move forward. Dr. Terri talks to Allana Pratt, author, intimacy expert and relationship coach. Her new book is called “HeartBreak to HeartMates: Discover Lockdown Love.” Allana shares valuable suggestions and strategies for how to heal a broken heart and find love again.
As a parent, you may be wondering if you’re doing enough to keep your children safe online. Social media has become a big part of your culture and your children’s lives, but do kids have the ability to navigate the social media world safely on their own? Dr.Terri talks to Florence Ann Romano, a childcare and village advocate, author, and philanthropist. She shares valuable suggestions and provides guidance on how to help your kids use social media in a safe and healthy way.
While money is always welcome in our bank accounts, it is not always a welcome subject to talk about in a relationship. Research finds that money is the #1 source of conflict in relationships. In fact, 7 out of 10 couples say that money causes tension in their relationship. Dr. Terri talks to Amy Scott, a certified financial coach who teaches couples how to get on the same page about money, and why it’s important. Amy discusses how talking about money as a couple matters and why finances are a huge cause of stress in relationships.
Most people don’t intend to be critical, hurtful, or mean. Rather they are trying to communicate their needs, but don’t know they’re being critical. Dr.Terri talks to Dr. Jessica Higgins, a Licensed Psychologist and Relationship Coach, and the host of the Empowered Relationship podcast. Dr. Higgins discusses what is happening when criticism is at play in a relationship, multiple strategies to turn your communication around, and specific language to implement right now so that you can create more understanding and connection with your partner.
Do you want to be better equipped to deal with trauma, be there for the people around you, and feel more supported in starting hard conversations? Dr.Terri talks to David Richman, public speaker, philanthropist, endurance athlete and author of the new book, “Cycle of Lives.” David shares 15 people’s interconnected life-changing journeys with cancer and the various traumas in their lives that affected their experiences. He explores issues far exceeding everyday survival. These stories are interwoven amongst the narrative of David’s solo 5,000-mile bike ride to go meet the book participants. This program and David’s book will help you grow in empathy, be there for people around you, and inspire you to tackle your own lofty dreams.
Do you know the 7 well-defined stages of a developing romantic relationship? Getting clarity about what stage you’re in and what you’re supposed to do in each stage can fast track your relationship. Dr.Terri talks to Kristin Sokol, a certified science-based dating and relationship coach with over 15 years experience. She shares insights that will guide you toward your happily ever after.
There are so many exciting ways essential oils can enhance your life and relationships. And used correctly they can be your best friends. Dr. Terri talks to Dr. Kac Young (PhD), author of 27 books, including her newest book called, “Essential Oils for Beginners: A Guide to What They Are & How to Use Them.” Dr. Young discusses how these essential oils can be used for personal empowerment and well-being. They can help you overcome feelings of sadness, grief, depression, fear, and exhaustion, and can exchange the negative feelings you experience for joy and happiness in a matter of minutes.
What if you can’t sleep well (or can’t sleep at all) in your dorm room? Does anything help crippling text anxiety? Is it a bad stomachache or is your appendix about to rupture? What if you hit your head and think you have a concussion? Dr. Terri talks to Jill Grimes (MD, FAAFP), nationally recognized medical media expert, family physician, and award-winning author of the book, “The Ultimate College Student Health Handbook: Your Guide to Everything from Hangovers to Homesickness.” Dr. Grimes discusses accurate, trustworthy, evidence-based medical information for college students who are facing their first illness, accident, or anxiety away from home.
The magic of first dates is a kind that can’t be replicated. Whether straight out of a fairytale or something of a horror story, they’re almost always unforgettable. Dr. Terri talks to Jodi Klein, podcast host, blogger and author of the book, “First Date Stories: Women’s Romantic and Ridiculous Midlife Adventures.” Jodi discusses true hopeful, hilarious, and horrific first date stories, plus takeaway tips and inspirational quotes by women in their late-30’s and beyond. Not all first dates are created equal, and sometimes they can be the beginning of something wonderful.
Science-based medicine is finally ready to embrace the use of Medical Reiki. But what is Medical Reiki, how does it work, and can it help you heal? Dr. Terri talks to Raven Keyes (RMT, CRMT) an internationally recognized Reiki Master Teacher who has worked with surgeons and other health professionals for many years. She also is the author of the new book, “Medical Reiki: A Groundbreaking Approach to Using Energy Medicine for Challenging Treatments.” Raven discusses how to request and receive Medical Reiki, how physicians can open their practice to it, and how to use exercises, meditations, and affirmations for future healing.
The first year of college is full of excitement and uncertainty. And this Fall brings additional challenges and stress. Dr. Terri talks to Dr. Chelsea Petree, Director of the Parent & Family Programs at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), and the editor of the new book, “College Ready 2021: Expert Advice for Parents to Simplify the College Transition.” Each chapter is written by a university official, who works with parents to enhance student success at the collegiate level. The book is an essential guide to prepare parents and families during the transition to college, and covers topics such as, packing, money, staying connected, promoting responsible independence and supporting academic success.
Telling stories is one of the most powerful means that people have to influence, teach, and inspire others. Young people today can benefit greatly from knowing the stories of their older family members. Dr. Terri talks to Dr. Mary Cronin, business strategist, author, and Boston College School of Management professor. Dr. Cronin will discuss how engaging family members in telling stories can strengthen connections across generations and build resilience in young people.