The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone around the globe. Whether you’ve been affected by the pandemic or some other unforeseen and monumental setback, it’s important to find a way to move beyond anger, guilt, emptiness or pain. Dr.Terri talks to Jason Redman, a retired Navy SEAL Lieutenant, severely Wounded Warrior, veteran advocate, and author of the new book, “Overcome: Crush Adversity with the Leadership Techniques of America’s Toughest Warriors.” Redman offers proven strategies to overcome any life ambush.
As a parent, you often react on autopilot to your child’s misbehavior. These reactive moments can lead to getting overwhelmed and angry at your kids. If you want your children to learn to be kind and respectful to others (including you), then you must demonstrate kindness and respect. Dr.Terri talks to Hunter Clarke-Fields, a mindfulness mentor, podcast host, creator of the Mindful Parenting online course, and author of the new book, “Raising Good Humans.” Clarke-Fields discusses how mindfulness and effective communication can break the cycle of reactive parenting.
We’re living in a time marked by intense uncertainty. It’s easy to get trapped in a vortex of bad news and endless concerns. But in that state, we’re never okay – and we can never solve our problems. Dr.Terri talks to Lawrence Doochin, abuse survivor, entrepreneur and author of the new book, “A Book on Fear: Feeling Safe in a Challenging World.” Doochin maps out a heartfelt method for overcoming fears and bad memories. He also offers the steps to reconnect with our hearts.
Break out the chips and grab a drink! These days the bulk of our entertainment exists on screens, and game nights are more popular than ever. Whether your game night is just you and your partner, or you want to organize a larger event, the individual and relationship benefits of game nights are significant. Dr.Terri talks to Erik Arneson, lifelong board game enthusiast a nd author of the new book, “How to Host a Game Night.” Erik discusses strategies for the perfect game night, including the benefits of games, who to invite, how to prepare, games that play well virtually, and much more!
Most of us were taught that sex talk is taboo or should be hush-hush. But getting over the awkwardness and having an honest conversation about sex can bring the two of you closer and increase excitement in the bedroom. Dr.Terri talks to David Essel, counselor, master life coach, international speaker, and author of the new book, “50+ Flavors of Erotic Love: Leaving the Vanilla World for Ecstasy.” For the past 30 years, David has been helping couples to talk about that which is challenging to talk about in a relationship….Sex!
In the United States, the chances that a marriage will end in divorce is about 45 percent. Divorce is a stressful event in a person’s life. But it is also a time of growth and new beginnings. Dr.Terri talks to Christina Previte, CEO and Co-Founder of NJ Divorce Solutions and podcast host. Christina discusses the biggest mistakes that people make through the divorce process and how to get through a divorce intact, healthy and well.
Our country is dealing with a pandemic, high unemployment, a precarious economy and social turmoil. As a result, countless people are in the grips of grieving–whether for the loss of a loved one, job security, income, workplace camaraderie, or a sense of normalcy. Dr.Terri talks to Anthony Casablanca, senior executive, leadership consultant on grief, and co-author of the book, “The Dying Art of Leadership: How Leaders Can Help Grieving Employees Excel at Work.” Anthony discusses how to recognize, care for and lead others who are experiencing loss, with courage and compassion, and help them get through the grieving process.
Are you feeling distant or unfulfilled in your sexual relationship and looking for insights into how sex can be better? Or maybe your sexual and intimate life is great, but you think it could be even more soulful and intense? Dr.Terri talks to Dr. Pepper Schwartz, sociologist, sexologist, author, matching expert on the hit television show “Married at First Sight,” and a relationship expert for a new app for couples called “Paired.” Pepper has spent decades helping couples with their intimate and sexual relationships. She will discuss how to know yourself, your sexuality, and your sexual self in a relationship much better. She also will share more information on Paired, the new app for couples.
These are challenging times. You are facing unprecedented changes, and no one knows what the answers are. So, how do you cope in these uncertain times? Dr.Terri talks to Debra Orbuch Grayson (MS, MFT), a licensed marriage and family therapist, supervisor, trainer and author of “Building Healthy Family Relationships: A Workbook for Parents and Stepparents.” Debra discusses how surfing can help you build strength and manage all the changes coming your way. She will share the “ABC’s” of learning to surf and no wet-suit is required.
The cutthroat world of pro-sports chews through players. Players are plagued with soul-crushing injuries and rejections. Dr.Terri talks to Sean Conley, ex-NFL kicker and author of the new book, “The Point After: How One Resilient Kicker Learned There Was More to Life Than the NFL.” Sean discusses how he hit rock bottom but then discovered a path to profound healing and a new life. Now a teacher himself, he shares the lessons he learned as he replaced fear with joy, and toxic drive with compassion.
Burnout is a growing mental and emotional health problem. If you’re feeling anxious, fearful, exhausted or just burned out from all of the challenges and changes in 2020 – you’re not alone. Studies show that burnout has reached epidemic proportions. Dr.Terri talks to Jennifer Marcenelle, a Board Certified Holistic Nurse with over 30 years experience in the medical industry and author of the new book, “From Burning Out to Burning Bright: Get Your Life Back By Healing Your Thoughts, Memories, and Emotions.” Jennifer shares tools to empower you to create some peace in your life with immediate and long-term relief and solutions.
We all want to perform at our best and be successful, creative and happy at work. Yet these days, with the COVID-19 pandemic, work can be stressful. Dr.Terri talks to Dr. Thalma Lobel, an internationally recognized psychologist, expert on human behavior, and author of the new book, “Whatever Works: The Small Cues That Make a Surprising Difference in Our Success at Work–and How to Create a Happier Office” Lobel states that things we typically overlook–from workspace fixtures, such as lighting, to commonplace gestures–can have a big influence on performance and well-being at work.