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.
Dr. Duana Welch, author of Love Factually: Attachment Style Dating Made Easier, explains the difference between Secure, Anxious, and Avoidant attachment and the pros and cons of each
According to psych research, writing fosters resilience and cultivates confidence. Join us to learn how to implement this powerful practice in your life!
We’re celebrating Love & Life’s 100th episode! And, as a thank you to our Love & Life family, we’ve made this episode all about what you love most!
Aunties matter! And, despite the fact our lives haven’t played out as planned, we women of The Otherhood, can be assured our nurturing and influence make a profound, positive impact on the children we didn’t create, yet choose to love.