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Lasting Love Connection Podcast

Luis Congdon & Kamala Chambers

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Lasting Love Connection Podcast

Lasting Love Connection Podcast

Luis Congdon & Kamala Chambers

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Providing the best tips on advice to help you have lasting love. Join Luis Congdon and Kamala Chambers as they interview the top relationship experts to help couples and singles keep their love passionate, strong, and enduring. Guests include Dr. Harville Hendrix, Dr. John Gray, Tristan Taormino, and many other well known experts.

Latest Episodes

Intention for Love - Lynne McTaggart

In the book ‘The Field’, Lynne McTaggartshowed us how clear the connection between intention and outcomes are. Very much like Dr. Wayne Dyer, Lynne helps us navigate spirituality in a way that is simple and easy to understand. Using science, research and her journalism background, Lynne is able to inspire us to use our thoughts, our hearts and our minds towards outcomes we want. Lynne’s book, The Field, is a fantastic read and it shows such astounding proof that our thoughts do impact our physical world and that of the world of those we love. In this rare interview, Lynne shares with us insights from her research, ways we can become more grounded in intention, and how we cancreate more positive relationships as a result. If you enjoy the work of Don Miguel Ruiz, Drs. John and Julie Gottman, Drs. Gay & Kathlyn Hendricks, Marianne Williamson, or any of our other guests then you’ll surely love this interview with Lynne. Click to Tweet - We Can Impact Our Partner’s Health With Our ...

33 MIN2015 DEC 10
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Intention for Love - Lynne McTaggart

Don Miguel Ruiz Interview - The Mastery of Love & Toltec Wisdom

One of my favorite books of all times is: The Four Agreements. It’s for this reason it’s such an honor to be interviewing author, speaker and Toltec Wisdom teacher -Don Miguel Ruizon today's episode of LastingLoveConnection podcast. Don's book, Mastery of Love, has been a favorite of mine for many years as well. Each of his books brings us into truth, light, and a deeper connection to what really matters. Don’s ability to write with simplicity and teach with such clarity is what makes him a favorite of millions world-wide. The wisdom that Don teaches stretches beyond religion or sect, and goes straight to the heart. On our path to live the Mastery of Love or stay grounded in the four agreements it can become all too easy to make the agreements a way to judge ourselves… As humans this is the barrier between us and love —the judgements. We’ve all been taught and domesticated into a mindset full of rules. These rules and judgements hurt us… But the problem is this: Most of us do...

35 MIN2015 NOV 18
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Don Miguel Ruiz Interview - The Mastery of Love & Toltec Wisdom

Terry Real - Breaking out of Complaints and into Compassion

In this week's episode, we look at how to help women have astrong loving voiceand menopen their hearts. Terry Real offers many amazing insights including: -There is nothing harshness does that loving firmness can't do better. -The first thing we need to do is remember love. -Look for what you can do to help your partner give you what you're asking for. -Make requests,not complaints. -Focus on appreciation. Click to Tweet-Terry Real - Breaking out of Complaints and into Compassion Big Take Away-There is no redeeming value in harshness More aboutTerry Real Want to start your own Podcast? Want to meet your heroes? Click Here For Your Free Training:Podcaster's Secret Weapon Suggested Reading I Don't Want to Talk About It: Overcoming the Secret Legacy of Male DepressionA revolutionary and hopeful look at depression as a silent epidemic in men that manifests as workaholism, alcoholism, rage, difficulty with intimacy, and abusive behavior. How Can I Get Through to You? Closing the Intimacy...

36 MIN2015 AUG 19
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Terry Real - Breaking out of Complaints and into Compassion

Reid Mihalko - Geeking Out on Sex

Sex - everyone does it...and yet most of don't know how to talk about it. If you want a long term committed relationship you better find a way to get around that hurdle. Talking or not talking about sex can make or break a relationship. In the work of Drs. John and Julie Gottman they say the main pain points for couples are: sex, money, and children. Today we're going to dive into one of those. Hopefully it also gives you more confidence to talk about anything else that is considered taboo and off limits. Click to Tweet: Reid Mihalko's Website Related Episodes Michaela Boehm– Relaxation is Key to Pleasure Niyaso Carter– Doorway to Intimacy and Tantra Tristan Taormino– Let’s Talk About Sex and How to Make it Better Suggested Reading Road to Love: Lessons and Love Letters from a Journey to IntimacyThis book offers you essential insights to help you have the love and connection you want. The Enlightened Sex Manual: Sexual Skills for the Superior LoverThe secret to enlightenment and...

44 MIN2015 AUG 5
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Reid Mihalko - Geeking Out on Sex

Dr. Joel Fuhrman - Disease-Proof Your Kids

What is your health and the health of your family worth to you? If you ask me - I’d say everything. With the staggering incline ofcancer and chronicdiseasesone thing is clear: Today’s society doesn't understand health. Being healthy is crucial to everything you do. With health you canenjoy family, sports, hobbies, sex, intimacy, friendships, your children, vacations, money- everything depends on your health. The more sick you are, the less you can truly enjoylife. In this week'sepisode, we sit down with health expert Dr. Joel Fuhrman. His book, “Eat to Live” has become famous for one reason: His advice works. In this episode,Dr. Joel Fuhrman shares someshocking information about how diseases like cancer can develop by what we eat as kids. He clues us in on how to enroll our kids, friends and family into a eating healthy. We’ll also look at some popular health tips that are misleading and could lead to some of the worst health deficiencies. Dr Joel Fuhrman is just one of the inc...

31 MIN2015 JUL 22
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Dr. Joel Fuhrman - Disease-Proof Your Kids

Gretchen Rubin - Habits for a Happy Relationship

What’s the key to finding happiness? I’m sure you’ve thought about this a lot…maybe even obsessed over it. On this week's episode,we're talking with author Gretchen Rubin to talk about Happiness. Her book,The Happiness Project, has picked up a lot of attention and even garnered her a NY Bestseller Award. In this episode,we delve into how we can create a relationship happiness project and what that journey was like for Gretchen. As you listen in, you’ll get insights from her on how to declutter your home, be a nicer spouse (like how to nag less and appreciate more), create habits that make you happier, and how you too can start your own happiness project. Click to Tweet-Gretchen Rubin - Habits for a Happy Relationship Big Take Away- Create a Relationship Happiness Project Gretchen'swebsite and podcast Suggested Reading The Happiness ProjectIn this lively and compelling account, Rubin chronicles her adventures during the twelve months she spent test-driving the wisdom of the ages...

28 MIN2015 JUL 15
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Gretchen Rubin - Habits for a Happy Relationship

What Makes Love Last? A Rare In-Person Interview with Drs. John and Julie Gottman

I started working with the Loving Children, Loving Families project with a question -a yearning desire to understand one thing: What makes love last? Day and night, I saw couple after couple transform. Groups of 2-20 couples gathered around on the second floor of a small house, turned non-profit center, in Bothell, WA. Couples found ways todiscuss the taboo. The hidden. The feared. Looking into each other’s eyes, couples learned how to use Gentle Start Up to discuss their problems. They learned how tobring more love into their lives. Each day, I watched masses of kids enter the non-profit with their parents.I saw thechildren transformedas their parents stoppedcomplaining about them. Mom and Dad stopped saying: “Our son has a problem. He has a short temper and he yells a lot. We need you to help us change him.” Instead they began to say: “Our son is like this because we set a bad example. We yell a lot and get angry easily.Let’s be better partners to each other. Let’s help Tomm...

42 MIN2015 JUL 8
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What Makes Love Last? A Rare In-Person Interview with Drs. John and Julie Gottman

Bruce Muzik - Being Vulnerable so We Can Connect

Is it hard to recover and make up after a fight? According to Dr. Harville Hendrix, it's not about how often you fight - it's about how quickly you can recover. Kamala and I agree. It's during those fights and those times of distance that many couples grow apart, fall out love, or decide it's just not worth it. But here's the thing -- every couple struggles sometimes, and every couple has to master the critical skill of recovery and reconnection. Before I continue, let me tell you that Kamala and I are like any couple - we argue and we mess up. Earlier this week we had one of those fails. We got into an argument, things weren't handled the best. We had to take a breather, take a time out, and then come back together. Fortunately Kamala and I know some secretes to cover the gap, make up, and get connected quickly. In today's episode we will delve into the skills needed for recovery, the mindset to help you get the love back, and have that amazing connection. Click to Tweet- If we slo...

53 MIN2015 JUL 1
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Bruce Muzik - Being Vulnerable so We Can Connect

Michaela Boehm - Relaxation is Key to Pleasure

In this episode,we want to dive into being embodied. Let’s find that space where we can feel what is here and what is available to us right now. To do that, we've brought on special guest, Michaela Boehm, the only practitioner who has been certified byDavid Deida. If you're wanting more connection, more peace, more love, and more embodiment of those states—then this episode has got you covered. Click to Tweet-Interview with Michaela Boehm - Relaxation is Key to Pleasure Big Take Away-Men and women need to learn to relax so they can enjoy more of life Michaela's website Suggested Episodes Niyaso Carter– Doorway to Intimacy and Tantra Dr. John Gray– Are Men and Women Really That Different? Suggested Reading Blue Truth: A Spiritual Guide to Life & Death and Love & SexInBlue Truth, David Deida presents a treasury of skills and insights for uncovering and offering your true heart of purpose, passion, and unquenchable love. The Enlightened Sex Manual: Sexual Skills for the Superior Lo...

39 MIN2015 JUN 24
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Michaela Boehm - Relaxation is Key to Pleasure

Armin Brott- Being a Great Dad

Fathers and Mothers are incredible special to our society. They are the backbones of our culture. This week on the LastingLoveConnection podcast, we want tocelebrate fathers. In order to do that, it’s our pleasure to bring on Fatherhood Coach and Author ofmultiple books onFatherhood - Range from raising babies to raising teenstoraising children as single father. Armin Brott is father of two daughters, and because of his contribution to fathers, we felt he'd be great to have on the show to discuss ways we cancelebrate, understand, and appreciate fatherson a deeper level. “When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be 21, I was astonished at how much the old man had learned in seven years.”― Mark Twain Click to Tweet-Being a Great Dad - an interview with Fatherhood CoachArmin Brott Big Take Away- Armin'swebsite Suggested Reading The Expectant Father: Facts, Tips, and Advice for Dads-to-BeThis information-pac...

29 MIN2015 JUN 17
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Armin Brott- Being a Great Dad

Latest Episodes

Intention for Love - Lynne McTaggart

In the book ‘The Field’, Lynne McTaggartshowed us how clear the connection between intention and outcomes are. Very much like Dr. Wayne Dyer, Lynne helps us navigate spirituality in a way that is simple and easy to understand. Using science, research and her journalism background, Lynne is able to inspire us to use our thoughts, our hearts and our minds towards outcomes we want. Lynne’s book, The Field, is a fantastic read and it shows such astounding proof that our thoughts do impact our physical world and that of the world of those we love. In this rare interview, Lynne shares with us insights from her research, ways we can become more grounded in intention, and how we cancreate more positive relationships as a result. If you enjoy the work of Don Miguel Ruiz, Drs. John and Julie Gottman, Drs. Gay & Kathlyn Hendricks, Marianne Williamson, or any of our other guests then you’ll surely love this interview with Lynne. Click to Tweet - We Can Impact Our Partner’s Health With Our ...

33 MIN2015 DEC 10
Comments
Intention for Love - Lynne McTaggart

Don Miguel Ruiz Interview - The Mastery of Love & Toltec Wisdom

One of my favorite books of all times is: The Four Agreements. It’s for this reason it’s such an honor to be interviewing author, speaker and Toltec Wisdom teacher -Don Miguel Ruizon today's episode of LastingLoveConnection podcast. Don's book, Mastery of Love, has been a favorite of mine for many years as well. Each of his books brings us into truth, light, and a deeper connection to what really matters. Don’s ability to write with simplicity and teach with such clarity is what makes him a favorite of millions world-wide. The wisdom that Don teaches stretches beyond religion or sect, and goes straight to the heart. On our path to live the Mastery of Love or stay grounded in the four agreements it can become all too easy to make the agreements a way to judge ourselves… As humans this is the barrier between us and love —the judgements. We’ve all been taught and domesticated into a mindset full of rules. These rules and judgements hurt us… But the problem is this: Most of us do...

35 MIN2015 NOV 18
Comments
Don Miguel Ruiz Interview - The Mastery of Love & Toltec Wisdom

Terry Real - Breaking out of Complaints and into Compassion

In this week's episode, we look at how to help women have astrong loving voiceand menopen their hearts. Terry Real offers many amazing insights including: -There is nothing harshness does that loving firmness can't do better. -The first thing we need to do is remember love. -Look for what you can do to help your partner give you what you're asking for. -Make requests,not complaints. -Focus on appreciation. Click to Tweet-Terry Real - Breaking out of Complaints and into Compassion Big Take Away-There is no redeeming value in harshness More aboutTerry Real Want to start your own Podcast? Want to meet your heroes? Click Here For Your Free Training:Podcaster's Secret Weapon Suggested Reading I Don't Want to Talk About It: Overcoming the Secret Legacy of Male DepressionA revolutionary and hopeful look at depression as a silent epidemic in men that manifests as workaholism, alcoholism, rage, difficulty with intimacy, and abusive behavior. How Can I Get Through to You? Closing the Intimacy...

36 MIN2015 AUG 19
Comments
Terry Real - Breaking out of Complaints and into Compassion

Reid Mihalko - Geeking Out on Sex

Sex - everyone does it...and yet most of don't know how to talk about it. If you want a long term committed relationship you better find a way to get around that hurdle. Talking or not talking about sex can make or break a relationship. In the work of Drs. John and Julie Gottman they say the main pain points for couples are: sex, money, and children. Today we're going to dive into one of those. Hopefully it also gives you more confidence to talk about anything else that is considered taboo and off limits. Click to Tweet: Reid Mihalko's Website Related Episodes Michaela Boehm– Relaxation is Key to Pleasure Niyaso Carter– Doorway to Intimacy and Tantra Tristan Taormino– Let’s Talk About Sex and How to Make it Better Suggested Reading Road to Love: Lessons and Love Letters from a Journey to IntimacyThis book offers you essential insights to help you have the love and connection you want. The Enlightened Sex Manual: Sexual Skills for the Superior LoverThe secret to enlightenment and...

44 MIN2015 AUG 5
Comments
Reid Mihalko - Geeking Out on Sex

Dr. Joel Fuhrman - Disease-Proof Your Kids

What is your health and the health of your family worth to you? If you ask me - I’d say everything. With the staggering incline ofcancer and chronicdiseasesone thing is clear: Today’s society doesn't understand health. Being healthy is crucial to everything you do. With health you canenjoy family, sports, hobbies, sex, intimacy, friendships, your children, vacations, money- everything depends on your health. The more sick you are, the less you can truly enjoylife. In this week'sepisode, we sit down with health expert Dr. Joel Fuhrman. His book, “Eat to Live” has become famous for one reason: His advice works. In this episode,Dr. Joel Fuhrman shares someshocking information about how diseases like cancer can develop by what we eat as kids. He clues us in on how to enroll our kids, friends and family into a eating healthy. We’ll also look at some popular health tips that are misleading and could lead to some of the worst health deficiencies. Dr Joel Fuhrman is just one of the inc...

31 MIN2015 JUL 22
Comments
Dr. Joel Fuhrman - Disease-Proof Your Kids

Gretchen Rubin - Habits for a Happy Relationship

What’s the key to finding happiness? I’m sure you’ve thought about this a lot…maybe even obsessed over it. On this week's episode,we're talking with author Gretchen Rubin to talk about Happiness. Her book,The Happiness Project, has picked up a lot of attention and even garnered her a NY Bestseller Award. In this episode,we delve into how we can create a relationship happiness project and what that journey was like for Gretchen. As you listen in, you’ll get insights from her on how to declutter your home, be a nicer spouse (like how to nag less and appreciate more), create habits that make you happier, and how you too can start your own happiness project. Click to Tweet-Gretchen Rubin - Habits for a Happy Relationship Big Take Away- Create a Relationship Happiness Project Gretchen'swebsite and podcast Suggested Reading The Happiness ProjectIn this lively and compelling account, Rubin chronicles her adventures during the twelve months she spent test-driving the wisdom of the ages...

28 MIN2015 JUL 15
Comments
Gretchen Rubin - Habits for a Happy Relationship

What Makes Love Last? A Rare In-Person Interview with Drs. John and Julie Gottman

I started working with the Loving Children, Loving Families project with a question -a yearning desire to understand one thing: What makes love last? Day and night, I saw couple after couple transform. Groups of 2-20 couples gathered around on the second floor of a small house, turned non-profit center, in Bothell, WA. Couples found ways todiscuss the taboo. The hidden. The feared. Looking into each other’s eyes, couples learned how to use Gentle Start Up to discuss their problems. They learned how tobring more love into their lives. Each day, I watched masses of kids enter the non-profit with their parents.I saw thechildren transformedas their parents stoppedcomplaining about them. Mom and Dad stopped saying: “Our son has a problem. He has a short temper and he yells a lot. We need you to help us change him.” Instead they began to say: “Our son is like this because we set a bad example. We yell a lot and get angry easily.Let’s be better partners to each other. Let’s help Tomm...

42 MIN2015 JUL 8
Comments
What Makes Love Last? A Rare In-Person Interview with Drs. John and Julie Gottman

Bruce Muzik - Being Vulnerable so We Can Connect

Is it hard to recover and make up after a fight? According to Dr. Harville Hendrix, it's not about how often you fight - it's about how quickly you can recover. Kamala and I agree. It's during those fights and those times of distance that many couples grow apart, fall out love, or decide it's just not worth it. But here's the thing -- every couple struggles sometimes, and every couple has to master the critical skill of recovery and reconnection. Before I continue, let me tell you that Kamala and I are like any couple - we argue and we mess up. Earlier this week we had one of those fails. We got into an argument, things weren't handled the best. We had to take a breather, take a time out, and then come back together. Fortunately Kamala and I know some secretes to cover the gap, make up, and get connected quickly. In today's episode we will delve into the skills needed for recovery, the mindset to help you get the love back, and have that amazing connection. Click to Tweet- If we slo...

53 MIN2015 JUL 1
Comments
Bruce Muzik - Being Vulnerable so We Can Connect

Michaela Boehm - Relaxation is Key to Pleasure

In this episode,we want to dive into being embodied. Let’s find that space where we can feel what is here and what is available to us right now. To do that, we've brought on special guest, Michaela Boehm, the only practitioner who has been certified byDavid Deida. If you're wanting more connection, more peace, more love, and more embodiment of those states—then this episode has got you covered. Click to Tweet-Interview with Michaela Boehm - Relaxation is Key to Pleasure Big Take Away-Men and women need to learn to relax so they can enjoy more of life Michaela's website Suggested Episodes Niyaso Carter– Doorway to Intimacy and Tantra Dr. John Gray– Are Men and Women Really That Different? Suggested Reading Blue Truth: A Spiritual Guide to Life & Death and Love & SexInBlue Truth, David Deida presents a treasury of skills and insights for uncovering and offering your true heart of purpose, passion, and unquenchable love. The Enlightened Sex Manual: Sexual Skills for the Superior Lo...

39 MIN2015 JUN 24
Comments
Michaela Boehm - Relaxation is Key to Pleasure

Armin Brott- Being a Great Dad

Fathers and Mothers are incredible special to our society. They are the backbones of our culture. This week on the LastingLoveConnection podcast, we want tocelebrate fathers. In order to do that, it’s our pleasure to bring on Fatherhood Coach and Author ofmultiple books onFatherhood - Range from raising babies to raising teenstoraising children as single father. Armin Brott is father of two daughters, and because of his contribution to fathers, we felt he'd be great to have on the show to discuss ways we cancelebrate, understand, and appreciate fatherson a deeper level. “When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be 21, I was astonished at how much the old man had learned in seven years.”― Mark Twain Click to Tweet-Being a Great Dad - an interview with Fatherhood CoachArmin Brott Big Take Away- Armin'swebsite Suggested Reading The Expectant Father: Facts, Tips, and Advice for Dads-to-BeThis information-pac...

29 MIN2015 JUN 17
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Armin Brott- Being a Great Dad
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