You can now listen to podcasts of the weekly marriage and couples counseling and therapy webinars, hosted by staff members of the Loving at Your Best Plan. Simply click on the link to listen to each podcast. We’re offering them free as a service to our clients and the community to help you improve your relationships. The Loving at Your Best Plan: It’s How You Love That Counts
“How Emotions Can Increase Security in Your Love Relationship”
How do emotions connect you? You want loving, lasting, and meaningful love relationships. You build connections through sharing your emotions. When you’re aware of your emotions and can respectfully share them, while having an empathic understanding for your partner’s emotions, you lay a foundation that supports building a lifelong relationship together. Join us this week as we explore the world of emotions, and how they can help you increase and sustain security in your relationship.
Podcast of the September 5, 2012 Loving at Your Best webinar, presented by Travis Atkinson, LCSW, the creator and director of the Loving at Your Best Plan. “It’s How You Love that Counts”
“How the Story of Your Life Can Set You Free From Your Past”
How do you tell your story? You connect with your partner or spouse through sharing your experiences of your life, from your past, the present, and your anticipated future. How you tell your story makes a big difference in how well you can connect with your mate. Earlier experiences in your life that are unresolved can block you from fully connecting with your partner, leading to feelings of sadness and loneliness.
Podcast of the August 29, 2012 Loving at Your Best webinar, presented by Travis Atkinson, LCSW, the creator and director of the Loving at Your Best Plan. “It’s How You Love that Counts”
“Shinning a Light on Your Love Blind Spots”
Do you come with baggage? When you start a romantic relationship, you bring with you areas of sensitivity that can sometimes blind you when you’re interacting with your partner or spouse. If you haven’t put the pieces around that area of sensitivity together, it’s likely that it will affect how you relate and connect with your partner or spouse. You can have strong emotional reactions, impulsive behaviors, distorted perceptions, and powerful sensations in your body that can lead to emotional disconnection. During these moments of intense emotional reaction, you aren’t able to think clearly and remain flexible when you interact with your partner or spouse. You may wonder why your partner or spouse brings out the worst in you.
Podcast of the August 22, 2012 Loving at Your Best webinar, presented by Travis Atkinson, LCSW, the creator and director of the Loving at Your Best Plan. “It’s How You Love that Counts”