We say it every week on Love & Life, “Take charge of your thoughts. Take charge of your life!” And now, thanks to Dr. Freeman, we see the neuroscience behind why taking charge of our thoughts is so powerful and does, in fact, rewire our brains—allowing us to take charge of our lives!
Listeners’ Choice: Your Questions About Dating, Relating, and Ruminating!
Mary Beth Somich, LPC joins Dr. Karin Anderson Abrell to discuss the construct of enmeshment, how we can differentiate from an overly close family system, and why we absolutely need to in order to thrive in love and life!
Join Dr Karin Anderson Abrell to learn another approach from cognitive therapy for taking charge of your thoughts!
Dr. Karin and friends dismantle disparaging and bogus comments people make about single women.
It’s National Unmarried and Single Americans Week! To kick it off, I’ve invited Shani Silver, host of A Single Serving podcast, to share how she moved from complaining about dating to championing the single life!
When life doesn’t play out as planned, we experience loss—of expectations, hopes, and dreams. Tune in to Episode 105 of Love & Life for more.
Recently, I came across a framework by psychiatrist Dr. Stephen Marmer describing emotional maturity. As I examined the model, I was struck by how the characteristics of maturity mirror those qualities we need in a romantic partner—if we’re hoping for a lasting, loving, secure connection.
In this episode, I answer two questions I recently received. One listener asks how she can possibly maintain hope for finding love; she’s over 40 and feeling demoralized and worries she’ll never meet her person. Another listener wonders if she can salvage a relationship that’s gone off course.