Rick Sapio is one of my personal mentors who has drastically changed my life the past few years through my participation as a student and now as a Certified Coach in his Business Finishing School program. First featured in You Winning Life, Episode 14, Rick is back to discuss how you can have total life fulfillment, even during a pandemic. You Winning Life: Simplicity, Probability and Leverage, listen to the podcast below.
Will couple’s counseling ‘fix’ your relationship? This is a question with no easy answer. Couple’s counseling or marriage counseling can help couples work through issues that may have arisen over time. It could head off issues before they become relationship-threatening.
What does couple’s counseling look at?
- Communication issues
- Sexual problems
- Anger and resentments
- Financial issues
- How you interact with in-laws
- How you approach parenting
love having my friends on my podcast. Kim and I have known each other for about 18 years. She continues to impress with her insight and talent.
Kim Schneiderman, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, workshop facilitator, Psychology Today blogger and the author of “Step Out of Your Story: Writing Exercises to Reframe and Transform Your Life.”
Life long entrepreneurship is an approach I’ve been learning more about the last few years.
This week’s guest, Alyssa Rapp, is the perfect example of this.
Throughout her career, Alyssa Rapp has not been afraid to ask,
The coronavirus pandemic has completely changed the way many of us live our lives. We are isolated. The stores, restaurants, malls and other gathering places are either closed or have limited capacity. Covid-19 is leading to an increase in depression and anxiety, some of which is caused by social distancing and isolation. How to deal with pandemic-induced anxiety is something I talk with my patients about regularly.
What is couple’s counseling? It’s a question we get asked all the time – especially in this time of coronavirus and the pandemic and sheltering in place orders we’ve been living under for the past six months.
Romantic relationships require work and attention. For some couples, being in the house together 24/7 is not something they are accustomed to and it can be a big change in their relationship – especially if it was already on rocky ground.