Is there anything you're holding back from questioning? It could be your relationship to food, alcohol, sex, money, your partner, or your religion.
In this episode, we ask Leah and Cody Young about their recent transition out of the LDS Church, their public excommunication, and how their marriage and family have grown through the process. They reveal how difficult it was to challenge the ideas that they believed held together their marriage, family, and community.
Everyone has something to learn from their journey and they tell it with such wisdom and grace. We also touch on what it has been like to raise 4 daughters through this experience and how they handle emotionally charged conversations with their little ones. Whether your going through a faith transition, struggling to have difficult conversations with your partner, or just wanting to hear an interesting story, this conversation touches it all. Tune in!
In today's episode Jenny talks about the POWER and PAIN of Friendships...and how your friendships are impacted by the four types of relationship foundation.
If you have ever wondered why friendships can feel so great, and then one day feel so bad...check out today's episode!
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Did you know that your health may be radically affecting your relationship?
Let's be honest. If you feel blah, you're not going to be a joy to be around. So, since Jenny and I are not health experts, we decided to go find a couple who understands health conscious living.
In this episode, we interview Erin and Dusty Stanczyk, the Co-Founders of Eat Move Rest. They are a husband and wife team that run the EatMoveRest Youtube channel, host international wellness retreats, provide lifestyle coaching, and raise their son, Max. In our talk, we ask them about their transition to healthy living, conscious partnership, and becoming entrepreneurs. They are a super fun, engaging, and devoted couple who have made a big impact on the world through their leadership in the Healthy Living community. You can also check them out at www.eatmoverest.com for healthy living tips, delicious recipes, lifestyle coaching, and upcoming retreats. Or, you can follow them @ Youtube.com/EatMoveRest or IG @ErinStanczyk and @DBStancyzk.
This is pretty much how we get most of our information, nowadays. And, if we're struggling or bored and we don't have someone to talk to, odds are we are going to turn to our phones for answers. In this episode, Bryce tackles Google's 10 most searched relationship questions. What better way to gauge what people care about than to track their Google activity? Some of the questions include "How do you know when your relationship is over?", "Why isn't he calling me back?", and "How do I save a relationship?" There's a nice mix of humor, perspective, and advice in this rapid-fire session Q and A. Whether you're single, in a relationship, married, or feeling single within a relationship, there's a little something in here for everyone. Bryce even answers how to go about a long-distance relationship. Who knew that complex algorithms and data tracking could be so fun and sexy?
In this episode, Bryce talks about the difference between dealing with the logical side and the emotional side of anxiety. Our society has it all wrong and people can spend years in talking about their anxiety, without experiencing much relief. Some forms of therapy are either not enough, or not necessary, to grow our capacity to be with our uncomfortable emotions and actually feel more free and alive. This is a very simple, yet relatively new, way to look at and work with all of the feelings that we spend a huge part of our life running away from. I guarantee that you're mind will be blown by some of the ideas in this episode. Enjoy!
The Struggle of The MASCULINE Man and FEMININE Woman...
Our culture often uses masculinity and femininity as the butt of a joke in our relationship talk. But...what is the truth about "masculine" men, and "feminine" women?
In today's episode, Bryce and Jenny talk about how the imbalanced Masculine and imbalanced Feminine can show up in your relationship struggles! They discuss how these imbalances show up in their own relationship, and share ideas for how you can turn these struggles into an opportunity for greater balance within yourself, and more harmony in your relationship.
Feelings of Depression as a Powerful Messenger in your Relationship Life
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In today's episode, Jenny discusses how you can use your feelings of depression to power up your relationship life.
While clinical depression may require medical intervention, we all experience feelings of depression...times of flatness, numbness, or feeling blue.
These feelings may not be comfortable, but they are a powerful messenger, and what they have to say can reconnect you to yourself and those you love!
Jenny will talk about why feelings of depression arise, and how you can use their message to create more and more of what you really want in your relationship life!
Bryce gives you a quick, 15-minute, jump start to help you fix any disagreement with someone in your life. No matter if it is big or small, this will allow you get out of your head and on a path to make things feel better. Because we can't coach everyone all the time, we want to give you a little slice of our process that anyone can access at any time, for free! This episode is all about jumping right into the solution and it's meant to meet you right where you're at. By giving you some space to relax, clarify your story, feel the emotion, and shift perspective, you will experience more freedom, more ease, and more understanding. This isn't some magical cure or dumb thought experiment. This is about dealing with real stuff, real stress, and experiencing real results. And, if you're not in a disagreement at the moment, this podcast will give you some real tools to think about and digest for the next time something comes along. Enjoy!
It's normal to find yourself in circular arguments with your partner or for one of you to take things just a little bit too far. Even though the issue may be small or the interaction brief, sometimes the damage can last for a LONG time. You may start to think that you two will never figure out how to work through these silly disagreements, let alone the big stuff. However, by creating some context, inquiry, and tactfulness into your conversations, you can avoid so much of the disconnect that causes unnecessary pain.
In this episode, Bryce and Jenny speak to 5 measurements that help keep communication healthy and effective. By asking ourselves and each other about our intentions, our experience, and our goals, we are able to have way smoother disagreements and not get caught in "circular arguing". Not only are we able to reach a place that feels good for both people, we are also able to do in a ways that avoid causing more harm.
With each Pillar comes a question. If we aren't playing the same game or for the same reasons, then we are bound to struggle. This is a new paradigm in connecting in which we strive to bring all the part of us and our experience to the table. It's possible to shift little disagreements into play, bigger fights into healing moments, and it allows us space to tackle the big stuff while honoring who we are and what we truly want for our partners. This is the stuff that you didn't learn in school.
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