We say it every week on Love & Life, “Take charge of your thoughts! Take charge of your life!” And what better way to do so than by taking a deep dive into female brain chemistry!
In last week’s episode Dan and I answered your questions—many of which surrounded the beginning of our relationship. Obviously, I felt comfortable with the pace of our relationship but many of you (65% according to my Insta poll) felt differently.
Brunnie Getchell’s childhood was rough. Her family struggled with addiction, abandonment, abuse, poverty, and more. As a result, she created a protective shell around her which left her “emotionally frozen” and withdrawn.
In part 2 of my recent Insta live with Laura Behnke, we break down three ridiculous lies single women hear ALL the time! Unfortunately, we heard them, too, and in this episode we share how we pushed back against them! We then answer questions we received from those watching the live.
Fear is a powerful force—it permeates all realms of love and life but it seems particularly impactful when it comes to dating. Join me as I discuss the findings from several Spielmann studies elucidating the influence of fear on our dating lives, but more importantly—what we can do to overcome this fear and date from a place of hope and empowerment!
Listeners’ Choice: Your Questions About Dating, Relating, and Ruminating!
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 giving up men for Lent, Kacie Main created space for introspection, reflection, and clear-headed decision-making.