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    Explore "relationship" with insightful episodes like "The RELATIONSHIP Expert: THIS Is Why 70% of Relationships FAIL In The First Year | Stephan Speaks", "The Unexpected Power of Self-Healing & THRIVING RELATIONSHIPS | Gary John Bishop", "“You’re Not Obsessed With Your Ex, Patsy; You’re an Addict.” Mel’s Advice, Listener Questions, and More!", "#2035 - Brian Simpson" and "The Art of Loving Yourself First with Sheri Salata" from podcasts like ""The School of Greatness", "The School of Greatness", "The Mel Robbins Podcast", "The Joe Rogan Experience" and "The Resetter Podcast with Dr. Mindy Pelz"" and more!

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    The RELATIONSHIP Expert: THIS Is Why 70% of Relationships FAIL In The First Year | Stephan Speaks

    The RELATIONSHIP Expert: THIS Is Why 70% of Relationships FAIL In The First Year | Stephan Speaks

    Today we share conversations on love and relationships with an SOG fan favorite, Stephan Speaks. Stephan and Lewis touch on the transformative power of healing, the strength found in showing vulnerability, and the secret sauce to keeping connections alive and thriving over time. Stephan opens up about the journey of mending from past wounds as a gateway to more joyful and satisfying partnerships ahead. He draws a clear line between the kind of disagreements that foster growth and the arguments that tear us apart, reminding us that respect is the way through any rough patch.

    In this episode you will learn

    • How to navigate the healing process from past relationships to make room for healthier future connections.
    • The difference between constructive disagreements and harmful arguing, and the importance of maintaining respect.
    • Strategies for improving communication skills to better express needs and understand those of a partner.
    • The significance of emotional safety and vulnerability in deepening relationship connections.
    • Ways to recognize and address unhealed trauma that can affect current and future relationships.

    For more information go to www.lewishowes.com/1573

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    More SOG episodes we think you’ll love:

    Eckhart Tolle – https://link.chtbl.com/1463-pod

    Rhonda Byrne – https://link.chtbl.com/1525-pod

    John Maxwell – https://link.chtbl.com/1501-pod

    The Unexpected Power of Self-Healing & THRIVING RELATIONSHIPS | Gary John Bishop

    The Unexpected Power of Self-Healing & THRIVING RELATIONSHIPS | Gary John Bishop

    Gary John Bishop is a leading personality development expert, coach, and New York Times bestselling author for his book – Unfu*k Yourself: Get Out of Your Head and Into Your Life. That’s not all, as Gary has written several other books including – Stop Doing That Sh*t, Do The Work, Wise as Fu*k, and most recently: Love Unfu*ked

    Originally from Scotland, UK; Gary has a passion for people and his purpose is to help us in tapping our true potential. From celebrities and athletes to CEOs of several multinational corporations, and stay-at-home individuals and couples, Gary has impacted the lives of thousands of people worldwide through his groundbreaking work. Gary’s “urban philosophy” approach brings to light a new wave of personal empowerment and life mastery that has helped countless people in improving the quality and performance of their lives. 

    Combined with world-class development and training, Gary has the uncanny ability to understand people’s circumstances and bring out the deeper issues that consume them and pull them down. If you are willing and ready to learn the keys to a long-lasting relationship, then stick around for what Gary has to say!

    In this episode you will learn

    • How to approach your life in decades
    • The key to a healthy relationship with your family and spouse
    • How to let go and move on from your past traumas
    • One of the best mindsets to have when approaching marriage
    • How to heal family trauma and redefine relationships

    For more information go to www.lewishowes.com/1535

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    More SOG episodes we think you’ll love:

    Rob Dial – https://link.chtbl.com/1516-pod

    Dr Joe Dispenza – https://link.chtbl.com/1494-pod

    Inky Johnson – https://link.chtbl.com/1483-pod

    “You’re Not Obsessed With Your Ex, Patsy; You’re an Addict.” Mel’s Advice, Listener Questions, and More!

    “You’re Not Obsessed With Your Ex, Patsy; You’re an Addict.” Mel’s Advice, Listener Questions, and More!

    Welcome to another round of your questions and my advice. I have a stack of your crazy, raw, and unbelievably direct questions, so we are going to have an unfiltered conversation about sex, competitive parents, getting over your ex, and this light and easy question... Is there a God?

     

    You are getting the coaching you need right now.

     

    The questions you asked are juicy:

    Why am I still obsessed with my ex? It’s been 7 years.

    My partner refuses to have sex with me. What do I do now?

    The parents of my kid’s friends are so competitive; how the hell do I get out of this rat race?

    Is there a God?

    Imposter syndrome is killing my career. What the hell do I do?

    What are the 4 new habits I can’t stop? (Because they are THAT GOOD.)

    Why do I feel so trapped in my life? What do I need to know to get out?

    Why can’t I fix myself after years of personal development courses?


     

    Get the tough love, “ah-ha” moments and laugh your ass off at some of the crazy stuff that goes down in this episode.


     

    You asked… and I can’t wait for you to hear my answers.


     

    Xo, Mel


     

    In this episode:

    1:00: The 4 best tips I’ve learned in these first 100 podcasts.

    4:25: How do you stop checking in on your ex’s social media?

    7:50: 3 techniques to help you argue with your partner in a healthy way.

    10:30: The “red light:green light” technique that’s worked for me and Chris.

    14:15: What’s my astrological sign? 

    15:40: Here’s what I believe about faith and signs and a higher power.

    22:30: What happens when we die? This is what I think.

    24:20: How do you deal with difficult parents of your kids’ friends?

    30:10: Husband is ready for sex months after his wife has a baby, but she’s not.

    35:08: This is how I learned I was dyslexic. 

    35:35: Hard line advice on promoting your business without feeling egotistical.

    37:30: Why all your personal development work doesn’t feel like it’s working.

    41:50: Behind the scenes and blooper clips just for you.

    Want more resources? Go to my podcast page at melrobbins.com/podcast.

     

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    The Art of Loving Yourself First with Sheri Salata

    The Art of Loving Yourself First with Sheri Salata

    Sheri Salata is an author, world-class producer and transformation doula. She is the founder + CEO of The Support System, a global membership group for women dedicated to creating real-life transformation. 

    Friendly warning: this episode contains conversations about using psychedelics for therapeutic purposes. If you or anyone around you is uncomfortable with this topic, you may want to skip this episode. 

    To view full show notes, more information on our guests, resources mentioned in the episode, discount codes, transcripts, and more, visit https://www.drmindypelz.com/ep187.

    Sheri spent 20 years in the land of Oprah finishing that glorious run as the final Executive Producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show, President of Harpo Studios and President of OWN as captured in the cable hit series Season 25: Oprah Behind the Scenes.

    Check out our fasting membership at resetacademy.drmindypelz.com.

    Please note our medical disclaimer.

    Heartbreak To Heal

    Heartbreak To Heal

    Are you heartbroken? Maybe from a romantic relationship? A friendship? A family member? An experienced? A death? In this episode your host Jadyn Hailey shares her ultimate healing tips to recover from heartbreak. Whether you're experincing heartbreak now, or maybe preparing for a future heartbreak that may arise, this episode is for you. Tune into this episode with an open heart, ready to heal (& an iced coffee with almond milk). 

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    Therapist Reveals Why You Struggle With Relationships & How to Let More Love Into Your Life

    Therapist Reveals Why You Struggle With Relationships & How to Let More Love Into Your Life

    In this episode, you are going to learn why you struggle in certain relationships and how to let more love in.

     

    Whether you struggle in your friendships or your romantic relationships, or you don’t feel connected to your family or the community where you live, today's conversation will give you the insight and tools that you need to create better and more loving relationships everywhere.

     

    Dr. Marisa Franco is a NYT bestselling author, award-winning therapist, and professor of psychology at The University of Maryland. She dedicated her professional practice to the study of connections and systemic loneliness.

     

    What will really catch your attention is her research on attachment styles and what they look like in real time, which has been an incredible game changer for me and my personal relationships, particularly with my husband.

     

    Attachment style theory goes way beyond "love languages," and once you know yours, you’ll be less triggered by others around you.

     

    Understand the attachment styles of others, and you’ll take things less personally.

     

    In today’s episode, you’re getting a complete guide to:

     

    • What attachment styles are and how they look in real life.
    • The questions to ask yourself to figure out what your style is.
    • How to tell if you’re hanging out with the right people.
    • The one thing avoidant attachment people have a really hard time doing.
    • How your attachment style determines who you’re attracted to.
    • Why you might be confusing being triggered with being in love.
    • Key strategies to start developing a secure attachment style yourself.

     

    After listening to this episode, you’ll see the people in your life through an entirely new lens and with an abundance of compassion.

     

    Xo Mel

     

    In this episode, you’ll learn:

    • 4:00: Let’s begin with the first style. What is a secure attachment style?
    • 5:10: What does anxious attachment look like?
    • 6:00: Avoidant attachment-type people have a hard time trusting.
    • 6:30: Those who experienced high-trauma situations are more likely to have this style.
    • 8:00: What do these attachment styles look like in real life?
    • 11:45: Is it easier to identify attachment styles in yourself or others?
    • 17:20: How do you have a relationship with someone who has an avoidant style?
    • 20:30: Can you have more than one attachment style?
    • 22:00: How can you develop a more secure attachment?
    • 26:00: Avoidantly attached people actually do have an underlying need for connection.
    • 31:30: These physical symptoms can be a result of your attachment style.
    • 35:45: These activities will help you start connecting with your body again.
    • 38:20: Here’s how you can create a ‘safe’ space for someone with avoidant attachment.
    • 47:50: Why do we always seem to date the same kind of people?
    • 49:40: Do you confuse being triggered with being in love?
    • 54:45: So how do you find securely attached people to hang out with?
    • 57:45: Do this one hack every day to start developing a secure attachment yourself.
    • 59:00: This is why understanding attachment styles has been a game changer.

     

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    The Problem With Your Relationships

    The Problem With Your Relationships

    Welcome to todays episode of The Mindset Mentor Podcast, where today… we dive into a very sneaky, yet common, and serious problem that most people don’t even realize they have.

    Before you listen, ask yourself this question: Who do you consider a real friend? What characteristics do they have, or maybe even… what characteristics do they NOT have?

    If you listen to this podcast then you’re very likely a person that is a high achiever. I’m my personal opinion if that’s true about you, then there’s one characteristic I think you should be looking for in your friendships that sticks out like a sore thumb to me…

    Friends that CHALLENGE you to grow. They don’t like hearing your BS. They don’t like knowing that you’re staying in your comfort zone and not actively doing what you say you’re going to or worse… what you tell them you WANT to do.

    I think that a big problem with relationships today is that a large percentage of people are too afraid to hold each other accountable, and it’s holding a lot of people back from reaching their full potential.

    Yes you can get places on your own without the support of anyone else, but… wouldn’t it be better if you did?

    If you like this episode…

    Make sure to share it with someone that needs to hear it and help us get the message out there so that together we can help make people’s lives better and make the world a better place.

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    It’s a simple yet powerful and effective tool that can help you instantly improve the quality of your life. It can help you develop powerful habits, enhance your self awareness and emotional well being, overcome your self limiting beliefs, and so much more.

    Visit this link: ( http://www.mindsetmentorjournal.com/mmu-video-training/ ) for a video I made just for you to help you get started on your transformation journey AND you’ll also get 30 days of written journal prompts that if followed, will help you get so much closer to building a life with more freedom than you can even imagine.

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    Master the Art of Setting Healthy Boundaries & Building Life-Long Relationships EP 1454

    Master the Art of Setting Healthy Boundaries & Building Life-Long Relationships EP 1454

    The Summit of Greatness is back! Buy your tickets today – summitofgreatness.com

    In today’s Masterclass episode, the topic of setting relationship boundaries takes center stage. We explore the significance of boundaries in fostering healthy connections and preserving one's emotional well-being. 6 relationship experts delve into the importance of self-awareness and understanding one's own needs and limits before effectively communicating them to others. This episode emphasizes the role of boundaries in establishing mutual respect, trust, and open communication within relationships.

    Nedra Tawwab, a sought-after relationship expert and a licensed therapist with 12 years of practice in relationship therapy. In this episode, she will talk about why boundaries are the only way to feel at peace, how to set boundaries for ourselves, and what we should do with people in our lives who continue to cross these boundaries.

    Melissa Urban is the co-founder and CEO of Whole30 and an authority on helping people create lifelong healthy habits. She is a seven-time New York Times bestselling author and has been featured on People, Good Morning America, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and CNBC.

    Jordan Peterson shares insights from his marriage of 50 years, and how to start opening yourself up to what you want in life. Jordan also has some surprising things to teach us about marriage, discipline, resentment, and memory. 

    Esther Perel shares how relationships are truly a mirror into your own thoughts and feelings – and if we don’t take the time to nurture them properly and tap into our full range of emotions, we run the risk of our relationships being even more challenging than they need to be. 

    In this episode you will learn,

    • Why boundaries are the only way to feel at peace.
    • How to set boundaries for ourselves and what we should do if people in our lives continue to cross our boundaries.
    • The common issue between relationships that don’t work.
    • How to step away from people who don’t respect boundaries.
    • The hidden challenges of creating boundaries for yourself.

    For more information go to www.lewishowes.com/1454

    Nedra Tawwab’s full episode: https://link.chtbl.com/1085-guest

    Melissa Urban’s full episode: https://link.chtbl.com/1376-guest

    Jordan Peterson’s full episode: https://link.chtbl.com/1093-guest

    Esther Perel’s full episode: https://link.chtbl.com/1291-guest

    Jerrod Carmichael ON: Reframing Shame into Self- Growth & Emotional Blocks That Stop Us from Having a Healthy Relationship

    Jerrod Carmichael ON: Reframing Shame into Self- Growth & Emotional Blocks That Stop Us from Having a Healthy Relationship

    Get ready for a powerful episode today.  

    I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with the incredibly talented Jerrod Carmichael. Let me tell you, this episode is a game-changer for anyone who's all about acceptance and self-appreciation.

    You're in for a treat. He is a true master of his craft, known for his thought-provoking comedy and unique style. 

    Picture this: Jerrod opens up like never before, sharing his own experiences and dropping some serious knowledge on turning those uncomfortable conversations into deep, meaningful relationships.

    Jerrod speaks about how honesty with yourself makes it so much easier to connect with others on a genuine level. It's like a whole new world of connections is just waiting for us if we're willing to embrace our truth.

    Jerrod doesn't shy away from tackling those moments of shame when we're at our most vulnerable. He dives right in and gives us some powerful insights on how to deal with that head-on. It's like he's got this secret recipe for navigating shame with grace and coming out stronger on the other side.

    In this episode with Jerrod Carmichael, you'll learn:

    • Understanding our emotional blocks that are stopping us from healthy relationships 
    • How can we communicate better? 
    • Why is our shame limiting us? 
    • How to confront your fears  
    • The challenges and great reward of honesty
    • The importance of respecting people's time

    What We Discuss:

    • 00:00 Intro
    • 00:20 “I’m someone who doesn’t want attention unless I ask for it.”
    • 03:42 The passion to perform has always been alive and so appreciation for your audience is vital
    • 10:36 Shame is the hardest emotion to deal with and it often limits us from doing more
    • 17:37 How do you define what is authentic and what isn’t real?
    • 19:53 Being honest has consequences and why sticking to your own truth matters
    • 24:56 How do you reconstruct your relationship with God and live by your faith?
    • 30:47 Learning how to confront your fear with an open mind
    • 35:34 Understanding emotional blocks that are stopping you from having a healthy relationship with someone
    • 38:01 When you create more issues for yourself by not communicating properly
    • 42:49 Getting people’s attention and time is difficult thus it deserve respect
    • 47:18 Finding the middle ground between a where you’re getting information and receiving information that forces you to self-examine
    • 54:48 Focusing on one thing and doing your best to become better
    • 01:03:32 Jerrod on Final Five

    Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/

     

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    Create A Rich Life.. & This Isn't About Money

    Create A Rich Life.. & This Isn't About Money

    What do you think if you think when you hear the word “Rich”? Money? Big houses? Nice cars? In this episode your host, Jadyn Hailey takes the word “Rich’ and explains it in a way you may have not thought before. Being rich, doesn’t necessarily mean wealthy. Tune into this episode with a matcha latte, for new lens and expanded view on the word “rich.”

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    Jadyn's Social Media platforms:

    - Busy, Yet Pretty Groupchat 

     

    - Instagram: Jadyn's Instagram & Busy, Yet Pretty Instagram

     

    - Youtube: Jadyn's Youtube

     

    - Tiktok: Jadyn's Tiktok

     

    - My Amazon Storefront: Jadyn's Amazon

     

    - Shop my Closet on Motom: Jadyn's Closet Favs

     

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    4 Essential Trust-Building Practices to Strengthen Relationships & Why You Shouldn't Let External Validation Control Your Life

    4 Essential Trust-Building Practices to Strengthen Relationships & Why You Shouldn't Let External Validation Control Your Life

    Have you been wanting to get over your failures? You won’t want to miss this episode.

    Today we explore the themes of overcoming failures and emerging stronger than ever with myself and Elizabeth Day

    Join us as we dive into the profound insights on how to navigate the pain of heartbreak and find love once more, the significance of earning trust rather than freely giving it, and the invaluable lessons embedded within our failures, which serve as stepping stones toward personal growth and unparalleled success.

    This episode is hope for anyone striving to pursue their goals, persevere through adversity, and embrace the fullness of life.

    Whether you find yourself wanting a fresh start after a breakup, seeking guidance on building meaningful connections, or simply seeking inspiration to transform setbacks into opportunities, this episode holds immeasurable value for you.

    Together, we unravel the essence of resilience and the power of harnessing failure as a catalyst for growth.

    Today we learn-

    • The ways to finding love and jay after heartbreak
    • How to foster authentic trust in relationships
    • Embracing failures as invaluable lessons
    • Finding the path to personal and professional success
    • How to find resilience and grow from challenges

    This one will leave a mark on your journey of self-discovery. Don’t miss this one!With Love and Gratitude,
    Jay Shetty

    What We Discuss:

    • 00:00 Intro
    • 01:32 Do you feel happy and successful? Is it genuine?
    • 04:32 Do you have one consistent purpose or does it shift everyday?
    • 07:45 The 3-step method to check if what you’re doing is aligned with your purpose
    • 11:49 This is the reason why breakups are painful and why we shouldn’t push it aside
    • 15:00 Why does trust need to be earned and not just easily given away?
    • 21:29 Define love before you say it or feel it. Love means different things for different people.
    • 23:51 What’s your favorite romantic comedy of all time?
    • 27:19 What is your concept of failure? What about the milestones that society has set?
    • 31:51 What is the earliest failure you’ve had?
    • 37:13 Have you ever felt unlovable? How did you cope?
    • 40:31 Why do we always seek validation from other people?
    • 47:11 Is it considered a failure when you end up becoming someone people don’t normally aim to become?
    • 55:16 Sometimes, things that don’t work out may lead to an opening to a better path
    • 57:17 How does one become a good manager and leader?  


    Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/

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    97. The long distance dilemma

    97. The long distance dilemma

    Long distance in any relationship can be hard, so why do we choose to do it? In our 20s our relationships take on an increased level of seriousness, but at the same time we are also presented with so many wonderful decisions to travel, move new places, try new positions and jobs and figure out what we want from our lives. However, our partners don't always make the same decision. In this episode, we discuss the long distance dilemma - why distance can cause so much friction and conflict, the crucial considerations and signs that your long distance relationship will last, and how to know when its time to call it quits and walk away. We reveal all the psychology behind why long distance relationships work, and why they don't. Listen now. 

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    How To HEAL From A Toxic Relationship EP 1450

    How To HEAL From A Toxic Relationship EP 1450

    The Summit of Greatness is back! Buy your tickets today – summitofgreatness.com

    Today, we’re going to discuss how to let go, move on, and heal from a toxic relationship. The right relationship can help lift us up to become the person we’ve always dreamed of becoming. On the other hand, the wrong relationship has the potential to leave us with crippling self-doubt and painful wounds we have to deal with for years to come.

    First off, if you’re leaving a toxic relationship, you’re probably feeling a lot of different emotions right now. But I want to take a moment and acknowledge you for having the courage to make that jump because it’s a scary one. I know so many people who have stayed in the wrong relationship for far too long – myself included. That’s why I wanted to take time to give you the tools you need to move on to the next chapter of your life with confidence. 

    By the end of this episode, you’ll know:

    The 5 signs of toxic relationships 

    How to take inventory of your relationship patterns and break them

    Self-coaching tools to help you take consistent courageous action in your love life

    Alright, now get out a piece of paper and pencil, and let’s jump right in…

    In this episode you will learn,

    • The 5 signs of toxic relationships
    • How to take inventory of your relationship patterns and break them
    • Self-coaching tools to help you take consistent courageous action in your love life
    • The importance of setting healthy boundaries in relationships and how to communicate them effectively.
    • The "Grant Yourself Permission" exercise from the book "The Greatness Mindset" to open your heart up to healthy relationships and personal growth.

    For more information go to www.lewishowes.com/1450

    Want more solo recordings from Lewis?

    Destroy Laziness Solo – https://link.chtbl.com/1365-guest

    Thrive in a Recession Solo – https://link.chtbl.com/1347-guest

    Happy Habits Solo – https://link.chtbl.com/1347-guest

    Watch Dr. Ramani's Episode on Narcissism and Gaslighting Here:  https://link.chtbl.com/1196-guest
     

    95. Dating with intention in our 20s

    95. Dating with intention in our 20s

    Dating in our 20s can feel like an uphill battle, and many of us are seeking an alternative to casual relationships and meaningless flings or hookups. This week on the podcast, we discuss how we can adopt an intentional approach to our romantic life and dating decisions, in particular, how this can free us from some of the pressure and stress that accompanies dating in our 20s. We discuss the psychology and research behind self awareness, value and goal orientation, self concept, understanding what others want and how to lower your expectations and meet people organically so that we can embrace the excitement and fun of meeting new people and forming meaningful connections. Listen now. 

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    3 Ways to Learn to Regulate Your Emotions in Stressful Times & Approaching Disagreements with Respect and Positivity in Your Relationship

    3 Ways to Learn to Regulate Your Emotions in Stressful Times & Approaching Disagreements with Respect and Positivity in Your Relationship

    Today, I am going to share with you the conversation I had with Hannah Berner where we talk about the life lessons we all need to help us battle our individual life struggles, the reason why there is no set guidelines to dating and falling in love, and how to regulate your emotions when you need it the most. 

    You can order my new book 8 RULES OF LOVE at 8rulesoflove.com or at a retail store near you. You can also get the chance to see me live on my first ever world tour. This is a 90 minute interactive show where I will take you on a journey of finding, keeping and even letting go of love. Head to jayshettytour.com and find out if I'll be in a city near you. Thank you so much for all your support - I hope to see you soon.

    What We Discuss:

    • 00:00 Intro
    • 01:29 How did you become a monk and how has your life changed since then?
    • 05:54 Who was your first crush and what was the experience like? 
    • 08:45 What classes do you think are essential to living a fulfilled life?  
    • 12:52 Battling with anxiety and going against what your community expects you to do
    • 16:48 Taking different practices from different traditions
    • 19:56 There are no set guidelines when it come to dating and falling in love
    • 24:15 How do you effectively argue with your partner?
    • 29:40 Appreciating who your partner is and loving them unconditionally
    • 31:47 How do you decide on what to share in public and still keep your personal life private?
    • 35:10 How do you monitor social media and still live the best life?
    • 39:22 What is your version of hell?
    • 40:19 Hannah’s seven deadly sins


    Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/

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    #1 Reason Why Couples Fall Out of Love & How to Mentally Prepare for Difficult Conversations

    #1 Reason Why Couples Fall Out of Love & How to Mentally Prepare for Difficult Conversations

    Today, I am going to share with you a conversation I had with Kaitlyn Bristowe of the Off The Vine podcast. No matter what phase or stage of love you’re in or whether you find yourself in solitude, there is so much to take away from their discussion, from attracting the right person to putting a stop to unhealthy relationship patterns to defining what it actually means to be in love. The tangible tips and incredible insight from our dialogue is bound to alter your perception of love moving forward and maybe just change how you find, keep, and let go of love throughout your life.

    You can order my new book 8 RULES OF LOVE at 8rulesoflove.com or at a retail store near you. You can also get the chance to see me live on my first ever world tour. This is a 90 minute interactive show where I will take you on a journey of finding, keeping and even letting go of love. Head to jayshettytour.com and find out if I'll be in a city near you. Thank you so much for all your support - I hope to see you soon.

    Key Takeaways:

    • 00:00 Intro
    • 02:27 Do we need to wait for a specific day to express love and then forget about it?
    • 04:12 “We teach people about what to think about love but not how to think about love.”
    • 06:16 Where does the culture around love with the fairytale ending and the perfect match come from?
    • 08:31 How do you know that you are with the right person?
    • 11:09 Why are we so worried about being alone and finding someone to love?
    • 14:03 What can you do when you’re alone to attract the right person?
    • 16:36 “Loneliness is the weakness of being alone while solitude is the strength of being alone.” 
    • 21:56 Giving yourself into the process and allowing it to learn more about yourself
    • 24:13 The difference between “we need to get through this” and “we want to get through this”
    • 26:51 How do we stop making the same mistake over and over again?
    • 28:26 Why you shouldn’t avoid having fights and suppress your own feelings
    • 31:16 The difference between expressing anger and pain versus explaining them
    • 33:04 Avoid uncontrollable arguments and start having uncomfortable conversations
    • 35:47 How do you keep the love burning and keep the relationship strong?
    • 38:45 “You can have it all, just not all at the same time.”

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    89. Maintaining your identity in a relationship

    89. Maintaining your identity in a relationship

    This week, I'm joined by the fabulous Al and Sal, the hosts of Two Broke Chicks, to discuss how we can maintain our identity in a relationship, especially in our 20s. Our romantic relationships are fundamental elements of our identity and we all crave the warm and fuzzy feelings that accompany dating someone wonderful. But how do we ensure that our partners and relationship do not take over our lives, our identity and our independence? We break down the everyday practices to ensure our individuality remains strong, why you shouldn't neglect your friendships and how to identify when you may need to draw back and spend some time alone. Listen now.

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    The #1 Key To Overcoming Trauma & Transforming Your Relationships TODAY w/ Sheleana Aiyana EP 1436

    The #1 Key To Overcoming Trauma & Transforming Your Relationships TODAY w/ Sheleana Aiyana EP 1436

    https://lewishowes.com/mindset - Order a copy of my new book The Greatness Mindset today!

    Sheleana Aiyana is a best selling author of Becoming the One, and founder of Rising Woman, a growing community of more than 3 million readers. Her training and immersion in couples facilitation, inherited family trauma, family systems, conscious relationship and somatic healing inform her holistic approach to seeing relationship as a spiritual path. She lives with her husband, Ben and their daughter on the unceded land of the Coast Salish peoples, now known as Salt Spring Island, BC.

    Be sure to buy her book, Becoming the One

    In this episode you will learn,

    • How to foster healthy love with others.
    • How to use lessons from traumatic experiences to be of service to others.
    • What patterns to be aware of in toxic and abusive relationships.
    • How to become aware of our own nervous system patterns and heal our nervous system.
    • How to develop healing processes to work through deep rooted pain.
    • How to take an honest look at yourself in order to create a conscious relationship with someone else.
    • How to listen to and trust your own intuition.
    • How to recognize and work through attachment wounds.
    • What it looks like to mature in a relationship.

    For more information go to www.lewishowes.com/1436

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    5 Steps To Create A Beautiful Partnership & Find Love TODAY [MASTERCLASS] EP 1433

    5 Steps To Create A Beautiful Partnership & Find Love TODAY [MASTERCLASS] EP 1433

    In today’s Masterclass we explore what makes or breaks a successful relationship. Whether you’re looking for love, friendship or repairing a broken bond, there are fundamental truths that parallel each relationship in your life. Now, let’s dive in and examine how we can become better partners, friends, brothers, sisters and create abundant love throughout our lives.

    • DeVon Franklin is an award-winning producer, New York Times bestselling author and renowned motivational speaker he has made a commitment to inspire people around the world.
    • Esther Perel is a Psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author. She is recognized as one of today’s most insightful and original voices on modern relationships. Fluent in nine languages, she helms a therapy practice in New York City and serves as an organizational consultant for Fortune 500 companies around the world.
    • Jillian Turecki is a certified relationship coach, teacher and writer who for 20 years has taught others how to transform their relationships with themselves.
    • Marisa Peer is a world renowned speaker, Rapid Transformational Therapy trainer and best-selling author. She has nearly three decades of experience as a therapist and has been named Best British Therapist by Men's Health magazine and featured in Tatler's Guide to Britain's 250 Best Doctors. Marisa uses her experience of treating clients including rock stars, CEOs, elite Olympic athletes, royalty and Oscar-winning actors to inform her life-changing speeches and lectures.

    https://lewishowes.com/mindset - Order a copy of my new book The Greatness Mindset today!

    In this episode you will learn,

    • How to determine if there is alignment and compatibility in your relationship.
    • The importance of loving yourself before loving others.
    • How to assess who we really are. 
    • How to develop a healthy relationship with your own expectations.
    • What keeps a relationship alive.
    • How play is essential in relationships and in life.
    • How to become aware of your own unconscious patterns in relationships.
    • The importance of connection. 

    For more information go to www.lewishowes.com/1433