How To Eliminate Social Anxiety In Conversations
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Feel Relaxed Confidence Around Others Do you feel social anxiety in certain conversations? Perhaps it's with new people or those that intimidate you. Regardless of where everyone feels some degree of social anxiety. Join Dr. Aziz as he unravels the subconscious patterns of social anxiety, highlighting the path to relaxed ease and confidence around anyone.


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Social Anxiety Solutions - your journey to social confidence!
Social Anxiety Solutions - your journey to social confidence!
Sebastiaan van der Schrier
FAQ's Social Confidence Club (replay of live Q and A webinar)
I’ve gotten a lot of questions about the Social Confidence Club. So I did a Live Q and A where I answer all of them. You can see the full details of the Social Confidence Club here: ---- Join 'The Social Confidence Club': An online community where you learn how to use EFT tapping to overcome social anxiety. In the Club, you learn how to use this scientifically proven to be an effective emotional release technique to unlock your social confidence. Through guided, step-by-step exercises your social anxiety gradually begins to decrease. Want to be part of an online community of social anxiety sufferers, all committed to social confidence? In the Club, you are guided by former social anxiety sufferer Sebastiaan van der Schrier (Social Confidence Coach and host of the podcast show Social Anxiety Solutions). He takes you through the 5 stages to social confidence. Through live coaching webinars, an online forum, WhatsApp support, and a whole lot more, you're totally supported on your journey to social confidence. Be part of an amazing Club that continuously motivates and inspires you. And step-by-step chip away at your social anxiety... ...until you enjoy effortless social ease. Join the Social Confidence Club now. Registration is open until the 2nd of March 2021, 11:59 PM (EST) only. For all the details, video testimonials, and how to join, check out this video: Don't miss out, we close in just a few days!
1 hr 12 min
Relationships Made Easy
Relationships Made Easy
Dr. Abby Medcalf
130. Self-Sabotage: What it is, Why You Do It, and How to Stop it
Self-sabotage can show up in any relationship: with our partner, boss, friend or, the one that hurts the most, in our relationship with ourselves! When you self-sabotage you’re holding yourself back from the person you want to be. Today I’m going to teach you why you self-sabotage, the surprising ways it can show up that you didn’t even realize and my 4-step process for stopping the sabotage and creating connection and trust in all your relationships. Full shownotes (and wait list for my NEW BOOK!): Sign up for the FREE Meditation Starter Kit: _____________________________ For more quick tips, subscribe to my YouTube channel: Want to feel happier and more connected in your relationship? Buy my #1 bestselling book on Amazon, Be Happily Married: Even If Your Partner Won’t Do a Thing: Get more free, actionable tips from my blog or sign up for my newsletter: Ready to dig deeper? Take one of my courses (some are free!): Say hello on social: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: LinkedIn:
36 min
Love Life with Matthew Hussey
Love Life with Matthew Hussey
Matthew Hussey
When Should You STOP Giving So Much In A Relationship?
►► Learn How to Break Out of the Casual Phase. Get Access to Your FREE Training . . . →​ OK, picture this . . . I’m in my local coffee shop, minding my own business—my business in this case is ordering an oat milk flat white (just in case we ever go to coffee and you want to know what my order is)—and I get talking to a woman who tells me she’s mad at me. She knows who I am, she’s a fan, she even said my program worked for her, and yet she told me she was mad at me. In this week’s new episode, I tell the full story . . . and it highlights how so many people get hurt because they follow 95% of my advice, but ignore one of the most crucial things I say. Think of it this way: you can have all the right ingredients to bake a cake, but if you forget to add baking powder, the cake isn’t going to rise. In this episode, you’re going to learn what the baking powder of dating is. Without it, your relationship will not rise, which explains what happened to this woman I met in the coffee shop. Check it out, and don’t forget to email us a comment at when you get there. Happy weekend, friend! P.S. I’m giving away a free video module of one of my favorite programs, Attraction to Commitment, at the end of this video. If you’re sick of guys wanting to see you casually, and are ready for a real relationship with someone who’s willing to commit, this is for you. Get your copy of the full program by entering your email here.
8 min
Empowered Relationship Podcast: Your Relationship Resource And Guide
Empowered Relationship Podcast: Your Relationship Resource And Guide
Jessica Higgins
ERP 256: The Mistakes People Make When Blending Families And What To Do Instead - An Interview With Tracy Poizner
In today’s episode, I’m joined by Tracy Poizner, who talks about the different dynamics between a traditional family and a blended family. Many parents who are divorced and remarried have an expectation that the blended family will work seamlessly. She talks about the common difficulties that couples experience when blending families and becoming a stepparent. She mentioned that when the parent and stepparent have a new child that it can feel like a betrayal. Most times, kids don’t have enough security in their relationship with their stepparent that they are OK with a new child coming into the mix. Listen in to learn why the parent and child relationship has to come before the marriage in a blended family, why you need to make different choices for a blended family, and why you need to consider previous household boundaries when creating rules for the new blended family. (Please listen to the podcast episode or read the transcript to hear explanations, stories, and examples.) Bio: Tracy Poizner is a parenting coach and the host of the Essential Stepmom Podcast. She is a biological mom and a stepmom and has been through it all, from long-distance parenting to parental alienation, legal difficulties, mental health issues, loss of contact and full-time custody. Tracy has a special perspective on emotional healing and how to meet our personal needs as stepmoms in the everyday chaos of this challenging lifestyle. In this episode, Tracy Poizner and Dr. Jessica Higgins discuss: * The biggest mistake of expecting a blended family to function like a traditional family * Why it takes up to seven years for blended families to feel really at home together * How dads often misunderstand their spouses role and how they are going to help parent * How guilt of divorce can affect how you parent your children * Parenting authentically and effectively in spite of your feelings * Why children in a blended family can destroy a second marriage * The challenges of making different choices in blended families * Simple gestures blended families can make to create better bonding between the new family members * The importance of respecting previous boundaries in the former household * Why kids needs are first in line before spousal need with biological children * How stepmoms can feel in competition with the kids for attention Mentioned * Essentials Stepmom * Join Essential Stepmoms on Facebook * Follow Essential Stepmoms on Instagram * Tweet with Essential Stepmoms on Twitter Connect with Dr. Jessica Higgins Facebook: Instagram: Podcast: Pinterest: LinkedIn: Twitter: @DrJessHiggins Website: Email: If you have a topic you would like me to discuss, please contact me by clicking on the “Ask Dr. Jessica Higgins” button here. Thank you so much for your interest in improving your relationship. Also, I would so appreciate your honest rating and review. Please leave a review by clicking here. Thank you!
50 min
Relationship Theory
Relationship Theory
Impact Theory
The Blueprint for Managing Money Like Happy Couples | Relationship Theory
Ever argued about money in your relationship? Maybe sometimes felt guilty about not contributing money to the relationship? In this episode of Relationship Theory, Lisa and Tom Bilyeu sit down and share how they manage and talk about money in a way that deepened their love, respect, and overall relationship. Watch this episode to learn their proven strategies and plug them into your relationship to create the loving, lasting relationship you always dreamed about. After you watch this episode, you´ll be able to: Split money in a way that is fair for both sides. See the value you bring to your relationship, even when it´s not money. Make your partner feel good about staying at home. Know how to stop feeling guilty for not contributing monetarily. Avoid the critical mistake most people make that ruins their relationship.   SHOW NOTES: Why Lisa doesn’t like being called a housewife and the unusual name Tom called her instead, that made her instantly feel good about what she was doing. [1:26] The open conversation about money you need to have, so both of you feel equally contributing to the relationship. [3:12] Why the money should be split 50/50 and how that is fair for both sides. (Even when only one partner goes to work. [4:13] How Lisa can spend money on shoes & Tom on video games without feeling guilty or ask for permission (Even when spending the money seems stupid for the partner.) [5:19] The critical mistake most people make that ruins their relationship. (And how to prevent it.) [6:49] The foundation that makes a relationship worth making sacrifices for. [7:46] Two strategies you can use to instantly stop feeling guilty about not contributing monetarily. [9:38] Lisa’s strategy to feel like an independent woman instead of a maid while managing the household. [10:23]   QUOTES: “If we are coming into this as a partnership. If we decided this is what we are doing as a partnership. You´re gonna go to work every day, and I'm gonna stay at home and work on the “Bilyeu Enterprises” then whatever money comes in should be 50/50…” [4:13]   “If I put myself in a position of power, that feels great for me, but it disempowers you, and it's gonna feel terrible for you. That just seemed so obvious to me, that it's a terrible long term strategy...” [6:49]   FOLLOW TOM: Instagram: YouTube: Podcast:   FOLLOW LISA: Instagram: YouTube: Podcast:
12 min
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