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The Secrets to Lasting Love

Podcast: The Secrets to Lasting Love

Listen Here: Bestselling author, Arielle Ford joins us today to discuss her new book, Turn Your Mate Into Your Soulmate, which offers groundbreaking ways to transform your relationship into a deeper, more loving, and more fulfilling lifetime [...]

Relationship Advice From The Movies

I just realized I’ve been doing the relationship thing all wrong. You see, lately I’ve been watching a lot of movies—good, bad and, quite frankly, ugly—and to quote Oscar Wilde, “Paradoxically though it may seem, it is none the less [...]

Online Dating: 6 Easy Ways to Look Like a Moron

Ever the adventurer, I recently stepped out of my comfort zone and signed up for a few online dating sites and apps. Over the last few years, I’ve found that it’s become harder and harder to connect with people in the real world. Walk into [...]
The Paradox of Dating a Healthy Person

The Paradox of Dating a Healthy Person

Two of my friends are dating guys who are, as far as I can tell, healthy individuals. And by healthy I mean attentive, communicative, and available. For both of these women, dating a healthy guy is a 180-degree change from their previous relationships. [...]
How To Gracefully Exit A Relationship

Podcast: How To Gracefully Exit A Relationship

Listen Here: Today’s guest is relationship expert, Frank Love, author of How to Gracefully Exit a Relationship and host of the Frank Relationships Podcast. How To Gracefully Exit A Relationship What do you mean by “Frank Relationships”? Where [...]
It Happened To Elvis Presley: Infidelity & Betrayal

It Happened To Elvis Presley: Infidelity & Betrayal

Over the years, one of my friends married a beautiful woman and fathered two boys. He shared his pride with me as they grew to become men. I watched their pictures fill the entire front of his refrigerator. His boys adorned the walls of the [...]
The Good Wife Comes to an End: What is a Good Wife Anyway

The Good Wife Comes to an End: What is a Good Wife Anyway

The TV show The Good Wife ended after seven seasons the same week-end that Frankie & Grace returned for Season 2. How coincidental that Alicia Florek literally ended both the series and her tenure standing by her man as Frankie & Grace [...]
From Furious to Curious, Navigating Great Relationships

Podcast: From Furious to Curious, Navigating Great Relationships

Listen Here: Relationship Coach Kimi Avary has worked with men and women for over 20 years to help them save both personal and professional relationships. As a certified NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) Master Practitioner, Kimi helps her [...]

Podcast: How Does Childhood Shape The Ability To Love?

Listen Here: Today’s JenningsWire podcast guest is writer, Carrie Herzner, who when burdened by the suggestion that her genetics and upbringing were to blame for the failure of her marriage, chronicled her journey of discovery as she reconnected [...]

Packing My Love to Go with Me

2016. My time finding my main home in Santa Cruz is up. The living room has flooded.  The over grown traffic has driven through my partnership with  ocean-air! Winds usher me to another town. I will continue to offer sessions to clients [...]

8 Serious Relationship Mistakes Made by Single Women Over Forty

Too often single women dating in midlife sabotage themselves and their relationships with behavior that is immature, unproductive or actually destructive. Here are eight mistakes to avoid when dating, starting a relationship or moving ahead [...]

Podcast: Tips To Re-Energize Your Relationship

Listen Here: Relationship Coach, Midori Verity author of Secrets To A Kickass Marriage, provides practical, real life tips to re-energizing your relationship. Tips To Re-Energize Your Relationship How can a mid-life crisis be the best thing [...]

Your Cheerleaders the Chanteuses of Encouragement

Creative people need to isolate for a great part of their work, but it isn’t always a good practice. Sometimes you need to be in the graceful presence of another person to feel yourself in their reflection. Everyone needs cheerleaders. Assemble [...]

Dink and Dunk for Masterful Team

A great practice is about asking powerful questions. In my book Ask Power Questions: A Practical Guide to Help You Get What You Want in Business, Life and Friendship, I share my 17 Strategies to Help You Formulate Power Questions. One of a series, [...]

How to Draft a Winning Team

To make your team a winner you’ll need to isolate and assemble the attributes that lead to success. Who are the people that work hard to help you succeed? Where and how do you engage your team members? Do you meet in coffee shops, online, [...]

Know Your Team

You need at least one expert team to help you achieve your goals, and you may need many to reach success. Think about all the teams you have in place now. Your work, doctor’s office, grocery store, coffee shop all function as teams that serve [...]

Four Personal Keys to Kick Off Your Year

It’s easy to kick off your year focusing on the big stuff you want to accomplish. You’ll find plenty of encouragement to make vast goals so you can attain great things, but as a coach I know that making big goals alone usually ends up [...]

What Sports Taught Me about My Business Plan and Yearly Goals

You’ve probably read plenty of headlines hawking that you need to plan your year wisely with success in mind. You’re told to make new resolutions that fix challenges, and you’ve heard the pumped up messages intended to inspire change [...]

Be Free In The Problem

Problems! Everybody experiences them. You might call “life challenges” your classroom for living. If you notice—every movie, play, sitcom, drama, thriller and adventure story features problems for the protagonist to face and overcome. [...]

Divorced or Separated With Kids? Here Are 3 Tips for Helping Them Through This Holiday Season

The holiday season seems to come upon us earlier and earlier each year. Even before Thanksgiving, I started to notice all of the signs — colorful lights strung in front of houses, a glimpse of lit trees through windows and cheerful holiday [...]

Fifty Shades of Civility

With 50 Shades of Grey making the rounds on cable this month, we have an opportunity to peek into the psyche of a psychological bully. At the root of this highly stylized version of the Pacific Northwest, is an impressionable young woman, Anastasia [...]

Podcast: Single But Not Alone

Listen Here: Pastor Linda Marie Abu-Hamid is the author of Single But Not Alone.  She draws on her own experiences as a single mother to share how you can always find support when you have faith, and that strength can help avoid heartache [...]

Podcast: If You Leave Me Can I Come With You?

Listen Here: Misti B. writes humorous books about life on the road to recovery. Her latest is If You Leave Me, Can I Come With You? And she is here to discuss how to know if you are in a relationship with a codependant or narcissist. If [...]

Podcast: How Not To Judge Others & Ourselves

Listen Here: Dr. Joseph Shrand  is triple board certified in adult psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, and addiction medicine.  He is on the faculty of Harvard Medical school and, for more than twenty years has been giving talks [...]

Podcast: Catch Your Love Star

Listen Here: audio controls=”controls”> Stacey Barlow is an award winning author, poet and former radio host, who has “caught her own love star” by persevering through life’s challenges to have a healthy relationship [...]

Relationships, Inc.

I’ve often thought how strange it is that you need lessons, tests, and a license to drive a car, but all you need to get into a relationship is a sense of loneliness and a healthy libido (and even that’s not essential). What kind of training [...]

Podcast: This Is What Happens When A Comic Goes On 500 Dates

Listen Here: Mark Miller was a self proclaimed, veritable, virginal social and dating outcast that became a nationally syndicated dating columnist for the LA Times Syndicate, Huffington Post and countless other media, as well as a writer producer [...]

Podcast: It Takes A Family, A Cooperative Approach to Lasting Sobriety

Listen Here: Debra Jay is a nationally recognized addiction expert and the author of  It Takes a Family, A Cooperative Approach to Lasting Sobriety.  This book introduces the revolutionary concept of Structured Family Recovery™, a year-long [...]

Podcast: International Child-Centered Divorce Month

Listen Here: Rosalind Sedacca, is a CCT a Divorce & Parenting Coach and founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network which provides valuable resources for parents. She is author of How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce?  Rosalind initiated [...]

A Little Empathy For The Holidays

Our workplaces, public places and even entertainment places are almost under constant siege from frustration, anxiety and the resulting violence against each other. Whether such violence results in micro inequities, little slick comments which [...]

Expectations Lead To Disappointment And Heartbreak

“If he really loves me, he’ll change.” How many times have you heard a woman in a new romantic relationship utter those words? With that sentiment she creates an expectation that this new person in her life wants to and will change a part [...]

Live Happily Ever After—Day To Day

Snow White discovered her prince, embraced him and kissed him. Prince Charming swept her off her feet and carried the young maiden to the castle to live happily ever after. John Wayne, Clint Eastwood and Steve McQueen captured the desperadoes [...]

Podcast: Sacred Relationships: Psychology For The Soul

Listen Here: Dr. Kate Pola Brooks is the author of the upcoming book Sacred Relationships: Psychology for the Soul. Dr. Brooks is a Forensic Naturopathic Physician assisting people with physical rehabilitation as well as Quantum level Emotional [...]

Podcast: Igniting Your Love Spark

Listen Here: Love Attraction Coach, Angela Wilkinson, combines her intuitive insights with over 10 years as a relationship therapist and transformational life coach to guide women through her powerful step-by-step Love Attraction system. The Love SPARK program [...]

Midlife Dating: That Hot Feeling Isn’t Always Menopause

Nothing screams “pathetic loser” more than being a middle-aged divorcee alone at a festive party where beautiful couples are trading sloppy kisses and giggling like demented clowns. There’s not enough spiked punch in the world to soften [...]