In this episode of Therapist Unplugged, hosts Laurie Poole and Cory Montfort explore sadness and loss after a break up, share stories about how they’ve coped after their own heart break and offer suggestions for healing through the pain to land in a better place. Listen in for more on recovery from heart break.
While it’s hard to tell what someone else wants without them saying, you can go on a date and have control over what you want.
Even if you feel guilty for hurting someone, you might have trouble finding the right way to express your regret. How do you give a meaningful and sincere apology? How do you ask for one? With these tips, you’ll find that “sorry” doesn’t have to be the hardest word.
Laurie Poole interviews two long-time friends, who have known one another over 30 years, about the joys of life over 60. No topic is off limits as they share perspectives on sex, marriage, motherhood and careers. All three women share how their friendship has carried them through some of the most challenging times in their lives.
People’s sense of social belonging, or their sense that they have good relationships with others, is a fundamental human need. That is, having solid social connections can be as important to human health and happiness as having food, water, and shelter.
On this episode, Laurie Poole welcomes Laura Summers, LMFT to unpack what some of these are and discuss the truth about the family-building option that is today’s modern adoption.
Do you have a roadmap for defining a good relationship with your partner? We welcome Connie Cornwell, MA, LPC-S, LMFT-S to discuss communication in relationships.
Listen to Laurie interview Courtney Strull, LPC for real talk on the developmental tasks of adolescence, when parenting feels ineffective and the value of offering choices.