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Relationship Alive!

Neil Sattin

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Relationship Alive!

Relationship Alive!

Neil Sattin

62
Followers
354
Plays
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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 makes them last. You can find out more about Neil Sattin and the Relationship Alive podcast at http://www.neilsattin.com

Latest Episodes

Feeling Good: What Matters and What Doesn't - with David Burns

EWhat shifts anxiety, depression, overwhelm, or simply feeling “down” - into feeling good, or even great? What are the hidden obstacles that get in the way? With more than 40 years of experience, Dr. David Burns, author of Feeling Good, returns to reveal how his “TEAM” approach can help you feel good - no matter what’s happening in your world. With examples from how he’s treated severe depression, anxiety, and PTSD - you’ll learn how to eradicate negative thoughts - and any resistance getting i

69 MIN23 h ago
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Feeling Good: What Matters and What Doesn't - with David Burns

Overcoming Shame and Getting Real about Relationships

EOne of the biggest blocks to lasting intimacy is shame. Shame keeps us from being honest with ourselves, and our partners. And from truly owning what's real for us - what we actually want. In today's episode we're going to cover some of the many ways that shame gets in the way - and we'll also take a stand for what's possible when we allow ourselves to get real about our lives. Let's shine a light on the shadow - and free up all kinds of energy to get closer to what we truly desire.

46 MIN2 w ago
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Overcoming Shame and Getting Real about Relationships

What Romance Novels Teach Us about Real-Life Love and Desire - with Mara Wells

ELife doesn’t always lead to Happily Ever After (or Happily For Now) - like a romance novel. However, romance novels tap into something deep in our heart and psyche - keeping us turning the pages to see just how it’s all going to unfold. You can use the lessons from fiction to craft your own personal love adventure. This week we’re talking to Mara Wells, author of Cold Nose, Warm Heart, about the craft of romance writing, to learn what fuels our real-life desires. Avoid mistakes and keep the passion fl

65 MINAPR 25
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What Romance Novels Teach Us about Real-Life Love and Desire - with Mara Wells

How to Boost Your Oxytocin for a Sense of Wellbeing - Even If You're Solo - with Jessica Zager

ESometimes you just need simple strategies to give yourself a boost. In today’s episode, we’re going to cover ways that you can increase your sense of wellbeing and connectedness - by harnessing your own biochemistry to foster oxytocin production. This can all be done solo - no partner required (though you can do them with a partner too). Our guest, Dr. Jessica Zager, is a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist, and one of only 5 physical therapists in the world with an AASECT certification in sex counseling.

62 MINAPR 10
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How to Boost Your Oxytocin for a Sense of Wellbeing - Even If You're Solo - with Jessica Zager

Hints to Improve Digital Intimacy and Stay Sane (and Connected) during a Lockdown

ESometimes all it takes is a simple adjustment to create a much deeper connection with another person. Today I'll offer you some obvious-but-not-so-obvious ways to foster intimacy - whether you're cooped up with another, or connecting digitally. In this episode I'm also sharing some of the ways that I create deep presence when I'm using video chat to communicate. Strategies you can always use that will come in handy as we social distance to slow the coronavirus pandemic. Simple stuff, with big results.

27 MINMAR 20
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Hints to Improve Digital Intimacy and Stay Sane (and Connected) during a Lockdown

Love in the Time of Coronavirus - COVID19 and Your Relationships

EHow is coronavirus (COVID-19) impacting you? What are the implications of "social distancing" on your relationship - especially if you're cooped up together for weeks at a time? Or if you're single, how can you still enjoy dating while staying safe? In this week's episode, you'll get some strategies for taking care of yourself amidst the epidemic, with practical advice for staying calm, connected - and HEALTHY - while we weather the storm...together. Sending so much love to you!

45 MINMAR 14
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Love in the Time of Coronavirus - COVID19 and Your Relationships

Reclaiming (and Enjoying) Your Sexual Self - Taking Sexy Back with Alexandra Solomon

EWhat turns you on, and what turns you off? How do you get past the messages about sex handed to you by others - to discover your own personal sexuality? How do you own your deepest desires - and communicate them to your partner? Today, we’re having a return visit from Dr. Alexandra Solomon, author of the new book Taking Sexy Back: How to Own Your Sexuality and Create the Relationships You Want. Take your intimacy to a new level, so that your relationships can be satisfying in and out of the bedroom.

66 MINMAR 5
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Reclaiming (and Enjoying) Your Sexual Self - Taking Sexy Back with Alexandra Solomon

Your Questions Answered - More on Judgment and Grieving

EIt can be easy to avoid being judgmental with people that aren't close to you, but what do you do when you feel yourself getting critical or testing the people with whom you're the most vulnerable? How do you shift from judging back to connection? How do you deal with the pain that you might uncover when you own the fears at the heart of being judgmental? And what are some realistic expectations to have around the process of grieving? I answer YOUR questions as a followup to a few of our earlier episodes.

46 MINFEB 23
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Your Questions Answered - More on Judgment and Grieving

Sacred Instructions - Indigenous Wisdom for Your Relationship - with Sherri Mitchell

EHow do we heal ourselves, our relationships, and the world we live in - all at once? How has our society created rifts within us (and between us) that get in the way of fulfilling relationships? With indigenous wisdom that has been handed down over thousands of years, today’s guest will help you heal the splits in your life and develop deeper integrity. Her name is Sherri Mitchell, and she is the author of “Sacred Instructions: Indigenous Wisdom for Living Spirit-Based Change”.

72 MINFEB 14
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Sacred Instructions - Indigenous Wisdom for Your Relationship - with Sherri Mitchell

How to Heal after a Breakup

EHow do you heal after a breakup or divorce? Whether you’re going through a breakup now, have been through a breakup and still have some cleanup work to do, or...well...maybe you will be going through a breakup at some point in the future...this episode is for you. There are "right" ways to heal your heart - and some wrong ways. My goal is to keep you from making common post-breakup mistakes so that you don't make it any harder on yourself than it has to be - and we'll dispel some myths along the way.

51 MINFEB 8
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How to Heal after a Breakup

Latest Episodes

Feeling Good: What Matters and What Doesn't - with David Burns

EWhat shifts anxiety, depression, overwhelm, or simply feeling “down” - into feeling good, or even great? What are the hidden obstacles that get in the way? With more than 40 years of experience, Dr. David Burns, author of Feeling Good, returns to reveal how his “TEAM” approach can help you feel good - no matter what’s happening in your world. With examples from how he’s treated severe depression, anxiety, and PTSD - you’ll learn how to eradicate negative thoughts - and any resistance getting i

69 MIN23 h ago
Comments
Feeling Good: What Matters and What Doesn't - with David Burns

Overcoming Shame and Getting Real about Relationships

EOne of the biggest blocks to lasting intimacy is shame. Shame keeps us from being honest with ourselves, and our partners. And from truly owning what's real for us - what we actually want. In today's episode we're going to cover some of the many ways that shame gets in the way - and we'll also take a stand for what's possible when we allow ourselves to get real about our lives. Let's shine a light on the shadow - and free up all kinds of energy to get closer to what we truly desire.

46 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Overcoming Shame and Getting Real about Relationships

What Romance Novels Teach Us about Real-Life Love and Desire - with Mara Wells

ELife doesn’t always lead to Happily Ever After (or Happily For Now) - like a romance novel. However, romance novels tap into something deep in our heart and psyche - keeping us turning the pages to see just how it’s all going to unfold. You can use the lessons from fiction to craft your own personal love adventure. This week we’re talking to Mara Wells, author of Cold Nose, Warm Heart, about the craft of romance writing, to learn what fuels our real-life desires. Avoid mistakes and keep the passion fl

65 MINAPR 25
Comments
What Romance Novels Teach Us about Real-Life Love and Desire - with Mara Wells

How to Boost Your Oxytocin for a Sense of Wellbeing - Even If You're Solo - with Jessica Zager

ESometimes you just need simple strategies to give yourself a boost. In today’s episode, we’re going to cover ways that you can increase your sense of wellbeing and connectedness - by harnessing your own biochemistry to foster oxytocin production. This can all be done solo - no partner required (though you can do them with a partner too). Our guest, Dr. Jessica Zager, is a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist, and one of only 5 physical therapists in the world with an AASECT certification in sex counseling.

62 MINAPR 10
Comments
How to Boost Your Oxytocin for a Sense of Wellbeing - Even If You're Solo - with Jessica Zager

Hints to Improve Digital Intimacy and Stay Sane (and Connected) during a Lockdown

ESometimes all it takes is a simple adjustment to create a much deeper connection with another person. Today I'll offer you some obvious-but-not-so-obvious ways to foster intimacy - whether you're cooped up with another, or connecting digitally. In this episode I'm also sharing some of the ways that I create deep presence when I'm using video chat to communicate. Strategies you can always use that will come in handy as we social distance to slow the coronavirus pandemic. Simple stuff, with big results.

27 MINMAR 20
Comments
Hints to Improve Digital Intimacy and Stay Sane (and Connected) during a Lockdown

Love in the Time of Coronavirus - COVID19 and Your Relationships

EHow is coronavirus (COVID-19) impacting you? What are the implications of "social distancing" on your relationship - especially if you're cooped up together for weeks at a time? Or if you're single, how can you still enjoy dating while staying safe? In this week's episode, you'll get some strategies for taking care of yourself amidst the epidemic, with practical advice for staying calm, connected - and HEALTHY - while we weather the storm...together. Sending so much love to you!

45 MINMAR 14
Comments
Love in the Time of Coronavirus - COVID19 and Your Relationships

Reclaiming (and Enjoying) Your Sexual Self - Taking Sexy Back with Alexandra Solomon

EWhat turns you on, and what turns you off? How do you get past the messages about sex handed to you by others - to discover your own personal sexuality? How do you own your deepest desires - and communicate them to your partner? Today, we’re having a return visit from Dr. Alexandra Solomon, author of the new book Taking Sexy Back: How to Own Your Sexuality and Create the Relationships You Want. Take your intimacy to a new level, so that your relationships can be satisfying in and out of the bedroom.

66 MINMAR 5
Comments
Reclaiming (and Enjoying) Your Sexual Self - Taking Sexy Back with Alexandra Solomon

Your Questions Answered - More on Judgment and Grieving

EIt can be easy to avoid being judgmental with people that aren't close to you, but what do you do when you feel yourself getting critical or testing the people with whom you're the most vulnerable? How do you shift from judging back to connection? How do you deal with the pain that you might uncover when you own the fears at the heart of being judgmental? And what are some realistic expectations to have around the process of grieving? I answer YOUR questions as a followup to a few of our earlier episodes.

46 MINFEB 23
Comments
Your Questions Answered - More on Judgment and Grieving

Sacred Instructions - Indigenous Wisdom for Your Relationship - with Sherri Mitchell

EHow do we heal ourselves, our relationships, and the world we live in - all at once? How has our society created rifts within us (and between us) that get in the way of fulfilling relationships? With indigenous wisdom that has been handed down over thousands of years, today’s guest will help you heal the splits in your life and develop deeper integrity. Her name is Sherri Mitchell, and she is the author of “Sacred Instructions: Indigenous Wisdom for Living Spirit-Based Change”.

72 MINFEB 14
Comments
Sacred Instructions - Indigenous Wisdom for Your Relationship - with Sherri Mitchell

How to Heal after a Breakup

EHow do you heal after a breakup or divorce? Whether you’re going through a breakup now, have been through a breakup and still have some cleanup work to do, or...well...maybe you will be going through a breakup at some point in the future...this episode is for you. There are "right" ways to heal your heart - and some wrong ways. My goal is to keep you from making common post-breakup mistakes so that you don't make it any harder on yourself than it has to be - and we'll dispel some myths along the way.

51 MINFEB 8
Comments
How to Heal after a Breakup
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