Wouldn’t it be great to make 2019 the year you don’t get so triggered by all the usual suspects? Wouldn’t it be nice to stay calm in traffic, get out the door in the morning without stress, and interact peacefully with life’s biggest button pushers? Dr. Terri talks to Julie Potiker, author and mindfulness expert about strategies to have a calmer, clearer, and more peaceful year ahead. When life gets crazy, you can use these mindful methods to keep your cool.
Marriages may come and go, but parenthood is forever. But what if you could have both—a great family life, and a happy lifetime love? The fact is, you can—by relying on what’s known about relationships all around the world. Dr. Terri talks to Dr. Duana Welch, author of the new book, “Love Factually For Single Parents [& Those Dating Them],” the first guide that relies on science to help this large and growing group of men and women find the right partner not only for themselves, but their families.
Are you unsure of what will make you happy in your relationships? Do you have a difficult time making decisions or feel frustrated knowing that there is so much more you could be doing with your life? Dr. Terri talks to Denise Levy (BSW), life coach, professional matchmaker and business mentor. She specializes in the art and science of getting you out of your own way. She has actionable tips, tools, hacks & techniques you can start using today to go from disempowered to empowered, all by increasing your confidence.
There isn’t a soul on earth who hasn’t questioned themselves at some point. And most of us are just one or two brutal rejections away from questioning all that we are. Dr. Terri talks to Rob Jolles, speaker, author, consultant and coach. He argues that with practice, anyone can cultivate the credibility and soft skills to believe in yourself, and convince others of your talents. He has down-to-earth solutions and practical tools to achieve credibility and success.
Dating apps can be frustrating and time consuming because they’re not matching on what matters: compatibility. Dr. Terri talks to Andrea Miller, certified matchmaker, dating coach, author and founder of Slindir, the newest dating app for Fit & Active Singles. Andrea believes that how you view health and fitness in your everyday life is one of the top values that play a role in setting the foundation for a lasting relationship.
When you lose someone, everything changes. The grief can be utterly crippling. Dr. Terri talks to Dr. Sherry Cormier, author of the new book, “Sweet Sorrow: Finding Enduring Wholeness After Loss and Grief,” about the most effective tools for healing, and she knows firsthand that they work. She argues that the process of recovering is often misunderstood and misrepresented, and you never “get over it” – and you shouldn’t.
If you’re single, you’ve heard it all from everyone — from you’re too picky to why don’t you try harder. You may feel like you need to change who you are or what you want. Dr. Terri talks to Dr. Karin Anderson Abrell, psychologist and author of the book, “Single is the New Black: Don’t Wear White ‘Til It’s Right.” She encourages singles to never ever settle and to stay strong amidst prevailing single shaming messages.
Dating apps can be challenging. Many people on the apps aren’t serious and then you end up wasting your time. Cove is a new dating app that gamifies the experience in a way that empowers women who want a better way to meet reliable men online. Dr. Terri talks to Charles Messow, founder and CEO of COVE, along with relationship coach Michelle G. about dating apps and how COVE is different and guarantees you won’t waste your time. Learn more at Meetinthecove.com.
When you’re first drawn into a new relationship, the love you feel is often based primarily on attraction and desire. This form of love, as sweet as it is, can be disastrous if it remains the entire foundation of the relationship. Dr. Terri talks to Guy Finley, internationally renowned spiritual teacher and best selling author. His groundbreaking new book, “Relationship Magic: Waking Up Together” is all about a different kind of love. And it is this higher form of love that can work miracles in your relationships.
Sometimes getting to parenthood isn’t as easy breezy as couples are led to believe and women can’t help but wonder what’s up with their fertility. After all the years spent telling their body not to get pregnant, now they want a baby. Dr. Terri talks to Julie Pierce, author, speaker, certified relationship coach, and mother about how women can stop thinking about how badly they want a baby and just get pregnant. In her book “I Still Want to be a Mom,” she shares what she’s learned through years of working with women struggling their way to motherhood-and she was one of them. With her help, women can stop their struggle and return to that beautiful place of confidence and joy they started this journey with and just get pregnant.
In the era of mobile apps, the gay dating census (aka #BaeBuffet) is literally in the palm of your hands. But 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), certified matchmaker and relationship coach, about his international best selling book, “Lasting Love at Last: The Gay Guide to Catching and Keeping the Man of Your Dreams.” Amari says that navigating the dating pool can be quite the struggle, but with the twelve-step RELATIONSHIP process outlined in his book, you’ll have a love that can go the distance. Through Amari’s book, live workshops and coaching programs, he provides single gay men with a proven method to initiate and navigate romantic interactions.
The beginning of the school year is often a challenging time for both parents and children. This time of the year is even more difficult for the 22 million parents who battle parental alienation in the US alone. These parents are silenced by the law, compromised, and treated as the lesser parent. Dr. Terri talks to Elena Bondareva about how to manage parental alienation through school and extra-curricular activities. Elena is on the board of directors of Simply Parent, a non-profit organization dedicated to forging a society where children have access to all of their loving parents and extended families.