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I Do Podcast interviews today’s most successful and inspiring relationship experts, therapists and couples. Hosted by Chase and Sarah Kosterlitz, I Do Podcast is all about inspiring young couples to create a fulfilling and happy relationship. Our weekly podcast will give you great advice to improve your relationship and fun ways to keep the spark alive. Each episode we will interview amazing relationship experts who share their knowledge on building successful and lasting love. Our guests wi ...
 
The Empowered Relationship Podcast helps you turn relationship challenges into opportunities and sets you up for relationship success, satisfaction, and intimacy. This podcast is designed to inspire, motivate, and guide individuals and couples into more empowered, conscious, and evolved ways of loving.
 
Awesome marriages don't happen on accident and far too many couples are just surviving their marriage when it was meant to thrive. This is the place where we give you practical tips on how to build an awesome marriage. Our passion is to help you strengthen your marriage. Dr. Kim Kimberling hosts the show. He is the President of Awesome Marriage he has been married for 50 years and has been a professional counselor for 35 years. He is the author of 7 Secrets to An Awesome Marriage and 14 Keys ...
 
Look... every couple struggles. You fight too much; you're bored; sex is either okay (or rare); maybe you're even considering divorce. OR... maybe your marriage is actually pretty good, but you want to go deeper. In this podcast, straight-talking marriage therapists Zach Brittle and Laura Heck tackle the most common complaints virtually every marriage experience. Along the way, they reveal the science behind strong relationships and talk about what's really going on for couples. Topics inclu ...
 
Neil Sattin interviews John Gottman, Sue Johnson, Harville Hendrix, Peter Levine, Stan Tatkin, Dick Schwartz, Katherine Woodward Thomas, Diana Richardson, Terry Real, Wendy Maltz - and many others - in his quest to dig deep into all the factors that keep a Relationship Alive and Thriving! Each week Neil brings you an in-depth interview with a relationship expert. Neil is an author and relationship coach who is enthusiastic and passionate about relationships and the nuts and bolts of what mak ...
 
This is the podcast where we give you 1 thing you can do to grow your marriage each day. In these short daily One Thing Podcast episodes Dr. Kim Kimberling shares one practical thing you can do today to invest in your marriage. Marriage is hard and life is busy. Which is why we need real, practical reminders of ways to build an awesome marriage. This podcast is brought to you by the ministry of Awesome Marriage.
 
A fun and informative show that talks to entrepreneurial couples that live and work together 24/7. We have it all - the pitfalls, the joys, the inspiration, and the wild and crazy ride business and relationships can take you on. Learn tips and tricks to help you succeed in love and business. Hosts Barry and Catherine Cohen are successful award-winning entrepreneurs, crazy in love, and together all the time.
 
Love brought you together, but relationship skills keep you together. That is what this podcast is all about: the relationship skills to be a truly empowered couple! You will hear a range of practical relationship topics like: fantasy love vs true healthy love, unhealthy conflict vs healthy conflict, and ineffective communication vs great communication. We are your hosts, Jocelyn & Aaron Freeman, and will provide you the most relatable, authentic, deep, and practical relationship skills so y ...
 
The Relationship Fitness Podcast answers the question – How to create and maintain an amazing long lasting love connection with your soulmate? Attaining a soulfully connected, fulfilling, long lasting, sexy relationship with your soulmate doesn’t just happen. Sure it was easy during the honeymoon phase, right? But after we come out of the clouds, then what? The answer is consistently working at your Relationship Fitness. That is where Thomas Pate and the Relationship Fitness Podcast comes in ...
 
We believe marriage doesn't have to suck. We show couples how to communicate better in marriage using combat-proven military communication strategies so they can enjoy a more fulfilling relationship. We believe God wants your marriage to win. When you understand how a battlefield works, you'll understand how to make your marriage work. Combat-wounded veteran, author & international speaker Brian Fleming joins his wife Jamie to discuss how the military taught them to win the battles in their ...
 
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Unfortunately, divorce is a part of many peoples lives. Denying this fact will not serve us and can actually hurt relationships. Listen to today's show to better understand the different types of divorces, and how to navigate divorce in the best way possible. Whether you're going through a divorce, are the child of divorced parents, a friend to som…
 
No matter the stage of relationship you are in, it can seem like you and your partner have different sex drives. Often we think this means frequency, but in this episode we interview Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist, and her husband Xander who collaborates with her on content, to discover just what sex drive and compatability means. In this episode y…
 
Spiritual well-being can be an amazing thing… But is it stunting your personal growth? This week, Psychotherapist Robert Masters and I talk about the dangers of spiritual bypassing, and why it’s so prevalent in today’s wellness culture. To learn more about spiritual bypassing, and how you can avoid it, tune into my recent podcast. Useful Links: htt…
 
New parents cannot truly prepare for the profound changes a baby brings. Catherine O’Brien, Licensed Marriage, Family Therapist, and founder of HappyWithBaby.com shares tips to keep your relationship strong despite the very real challenges of raising kids. One of the most common changes new parents experience is the disconnect that brews between th…
 
A recent survey we did showed that communication is the #1 issue couples want help with. So we’re going to unpack some practical ways to improve the communication in your marriage, with a 6-episode series on “Achieving Awesome Communication.” Nonverbal communication is over 70% of how we communicate, so we want to be sure we do well with it! Listen…
 
What’s the main difference between being just “roommates” with someone vs romantic partners? The answer: the depth of emotional intimacy. Of course you’ve heard us say that a relationship requires all the functional things (the to-do list, things around the house, errands, etc)...but that can easily consume your attention and diminish your emotiona…
 
Today’s episode is all about working to create an environment in which you’re able to bring up sensitive topics and not have a blowout argument over it or get your head bit off, figuratively of course. Ha-ha! 😜 Let’s say you’re husband or boyfriend says something, does something, or doesn’t do something that is typically a hot button for you and yo…
 
Are you working to rebuild trust in your relationship? Perhaps a lie was told, or a boundary was crossed….but you’re committed to repairing it and not ending the relationship. Today you’ll meet Joy and Peter Harrington who share very candidly about repairing broken trust after his long term use of porn. They share some radically true things about w…
 
Have you ever watched parents and wondered “WTF is going on there?” Lol. Me too. My wife and I do our best to try to help parents be a team. It can be very hard, especially when it’s often a “divide and conquer” approach due to our busy lives. I get it. there’s a place for that. But many parents fall into “roles” and traps inside their marriage. In…
 
Susan Piver is the author of the classic relationship book, The Hard Questions. On today's show we talk with Susan about how she came up with the questions in the book, which questions are her favorite, the value of asking questions to ourselves and our partners and much more! In this episode, we discuss relationship advice topics that include: Why…
 
Holding on to the past may seem like gaining power over things that cannot be changed, but the opposite is true. Judith Belmont, motivational speaker, author, and psychotherapist for 40 years, advises that forgiving makes you and your relationship happier and more loving. Forgiveness is essential to become free of the pains of the past. The hurt ma…
 
Money is one of the top marriage issues, and learning to manage it well as a couple is a vital part of marriage. As a finance blogger and a family law attorney, Brain and Cherie Lowe have basically seen it all when it comes to marriages and money! They also share their awesome story of slaying the “debt dragon” that they faced together. Today we ar…
 
A male client was vulnerable last week and said, "we've been together 10 years, have 3 beautiful children, and have great careers. And while I think we should be closer than ever, I feel more distant than ever." This powerfully shows that being emotionally connected does not have to do with time or reaching life milestones together. In fact, couple…
 
In today’s episode, I talk about an equation I came up with that determines how successful 😍 or unsuccessful 😝 a relationship is and, how long it will last and what kind of legacy it leaves. I came up with this little gem, (W x RS) / D = RL, driving to the office one day while in some deep contemplation. You can see details about the Relationship F…
 
Maybe this is a question you have never thought of! Have you ever taken the time to think about the different types of sex you might be in the mood for? For most the answer is, no… Taking this question one step further, depending on your mood on a certain day of week, you might be more or less open to certain types of sex with your partner. Ok that…
 
The more we understand our biology and psychology, the better we can show up in our relationships. Listen to today's show to better understand the reasons we have sex, and how to use this knowledge to improve our relationships. In this episode with Carolin Hauser, we discuss relationship advice topics that include: Learn about our two ingrained pro…
 
Do you feel lost when it comes to healing family issues or dealing with a resistant partner? This week’s episode features Annie Lalla, a podcast fave, and we discuss these issues plus the dojo of partnership, spiritual narcissism, channeling conflict into growth, and more. Annie has done some deep healing with her family, so she’s got a wealth of w…
 
People who live with relational trauma develop hypersensitive nervous systems as a survival instinct. Orit Krug, an award-winning Board-Certified Dance and Movement Therapist, explains that this results in a disconnect between what the mind wants and the body feels, hindering us from experiencing true intimacy in loving relationships. Certain movem…
 
In all his years in the counseling office, Dr. Kim says that he’s never seen anyone who set out to have an affair. It was a process of one baby step after another that led them there. But you can avoid those baby steps altogether! Tune in today to learn 5 ways to affair proof your marriage. We’re releasing part 1 & 2 today because they’re definitel…
 
In all his years in the counseling office, Dr. Kim says that he’s never seen anyone that one set out to have an affair. It was a process of one baby step after another that led them there. But you can avoid those baby steps altogether! Tune in today to learn 5 ways to affair proof your marriage. We’re releasing part 1 & 2 today because they’re defi…
 
You know those moments when you're sharing your emotion, and your partner responds with logic? They might say “that’s not how that happened, that doesn’t make sense, or that wasn’t my intention.” It can make you feel invalidated and misunderstood, which hurts because your partner is the one you should feel most understood by, right? You might feel …
 
Being vulnerable in your relationship can bring more connection and intimacy. However, it's not great to simply always try to be vulnerable. Learn about all the positives and negatives of vulnerability in today's show! In this episode with Dr. Ray and Jean Kadkhodaian, we discuss relationship advice topics that include: Understanding the six stages…
 
So, this week I’m talking about how the laziness of the brain, 😋 or rather the never-ending pursuit to figure out ways to conserve effort and make everything as possible a routine and stuff it down into our subconscious, can be detrimental 🤕 to our lives and especially to our loving relationship. 🥺 This is why I say you’ve got to constantly be awar…
 
Why can’t the past just stay back in the past?! How often in your relationship do you feel that you resolved an issue, only to have it come back up again later? What about making a decision together about a big life event, only to doubt it (or your partner) later? This “past thing” is a block for many couples that keep them feeling in the same plac…
 
The Nice Guy Syndrome has become the norm for so many men. Dr. Robert Glover, author of the book "No More Mr. Nice Guy," comes on today's show to tell us how to unlearn this passive-aggressive persona, overcome sexual shame, and enjoy healthier relationships. Dr. Robert Glover shares his own history of living as a Nice Guy and the breaking points t…
 
If your relationship is going to thrive and stand the test of time, then what are the essential ingredients for that to happen? What do you have the "right" to do - and experience - in your relationship? And - like any time that we have rights - what are the responsibilities that go along with those rights? After this week's episode, you'll be able…
 
Conflict is inevitable, but a lot of it could actually be avoided. In this episode, Dr. Kim and Christina unpack simple ways to be more connected with your spouse, ways to prevent unnecessary conflict, and how to know if you’re “checked out.” This one originally aired a while back, but we’re sharing this episode again because so many marriages coul…
 
How do you two tend to act after an argument? If you don’t have a solid repair process, you likely are keeping the issue lingering and unresolved. When this happens you can lose trust in each other, erode love and connection, and just turn this into an emotional trigger for the future. In today’s episode, we’ll cover 3 mistakes that couples make af…
 
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