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.
No matter what area of life you find yourself struggling in – health, finances, career, relationships – it is the thoughts you harbor around these things that are the most powerful in determining success or failure. Dr. Terri talks to Ora Nadrich, certified life coach and mindfulness teacher, who says that most people don’t question their fear-based or self-negating thoughts. Learning how to ask “Says who?” confronts the negative and fear-based thoughts holding you hostage and hijacking your confidence and well-being.
Research shows that today’s organizations need a new set of rules to effectively steer the changing workforce. Before, a leader’s ability and talent were the focus, but now leaders need relational skills, like developing trust, harnessing motivation and clarifying a vision. Dr. Terri talks to Eric Wright, an innovative leader and co-author of the new book, Dogs Don’t Bark at Parked Cars. They discuss the new direction leadership must take to effectively steer the changing workforce.
Are you looking for the perfect way to spend time with your crush this summer? Or maybe you want some fun new date ideas to add excitement in your long-term relationship. Dr. Terri talks to dating and relationship expert Hunt Ethridge, about fun inexpensive date ideas, along with conversation topics to discuss. Whether you’ve been married for 40+ years or just getting ready to go on a first date, these date ideas will be a ton of fun and affordable.
Did you know that there are four distinct types of men, depending on their romantic personalities? Are you interested in learning more about where you fit, or what man is right for you? Dr. Terri talks to clinical psychologist Dr. Alex Avila about his new book, GuyTypes. In this revolutionary new book, Dr. Avila unveils a groundbreaking system for finding love by classifying guys into four distinct romantic personalities.
Are you interested in establishing or growing your small business? Have you always wanted to network with others who can help you grow your client base? Dr. Terri talks to Arlene Vasquez Washburn, a life and business strategist and relationship expert, about creating efficiencies so you can get it all done. She also will provide tips for successfully running and growing a client base.
When Peter Davidson’s grandson, Joel, got engaged, Davidson decided to jot down a few words of martial advice for him, based on his vast experience as a husband. Then Davidson thought, why share this wisdom with only one person when he could share it with the whole world. Dr. Terri talks to author Peter Davidson about his new book, Marital Advice to my Grandson, Joel. This book is a lively, upbeat, tongue-in-cheek, humorous look at married life that any married, engaged, or single person can relate to and will find insightful and fun to read.
There’s a model for regaining happiness, but it’s not where you’d expect. Dr. Terri talks to author Kimberly White. Her new book is called, The Shift: How Seeing People as People Changes Everything. White says that seeing people as people is an idea so simple you’ll swear you’ve heard it a million times, but so profound you’ll never stop learning from it. It is the key to healing your most troubled relationships and your deepest personal suffering, and to finding greater peace, meaning, and fullness in your life.
Your role as a parent is critical to your children’s health and well-being. Dr. Terri talks to Sandy Fowler, co-founder of DASIUM and co-host of Mighty Parenting Podcast, about raising an emotionally healthy teen. They discuss the 3 core areas that you as a parent need to focus on to build a healthy relationship with your teen. It is vital to raise teens who know they can turn to you when life goes sideways.
Has it been years or even decades since you last dated? Or, have you tried seemingly every avenue to meet that ‘special someone’ and come up ‘empty-hearted’? You are not alone. Dr. Terri talks to Michele Russo, former St. Louis Rams Cheerleader turned author, writer and dating coach. She says that the times have most definitely changed in terms of the dating world. And although dating is meant to be fun, in this age, dating can be described as a game and there are definitely some unspoken rules of modern dating. Michele shares the unspoken rules to modern dating, along with her modern tales of “fairy-fails”.
Circle gatherings are an ancient tool used by peoples around the world to heal and strengthen their communities. In recent years, thousands of women around the world have used a practice called Circlework. Dr. Terri talks to Jalaja Bonheim (PhD), who has led circles for over three decades and trained hundreds of Circlework leaders from around the world. She describes the practice and how the principles of Circlework can restore your sense of wholeness, mend broken relationships, lay the foundation for peace and unite us beyond race and religion, culture and politics.