Not many people find themselves in loving relationships. It takes a significant amount of responsibility, commitment, and self-awareness to make it work, and these things aren't easy to learn. Personal insecurities may get in the way, and oftentimes you may feel rejected by the person you love.
It's okay. No one gets it right immediately. You should remember, however, that facing your demons is the first step to be completely “ready” for fruitful relationships.
In today's episode, Heidi Busche shares with us the process of writing her book Relationship Ready: How I Stopped F*cking Randos And Started Cupcaking My Soul Mate. She discusses how she resolved her issues, how to know if your partner is emotionally available, and the importance of self-worth. This episode is for every woman who find themselves asking, “Why am I dating this person again?”
“I compromise a little bit of myself here and there in order to go with the flow and get in where I fit in. But eventually, towards the end of my marriage with him, I felt like I was suffocating.”
“I had all these rationalizations and all these ways to talk myself out of honoring my truth, which is that we weren’t a good match from the start.”
“I had to get sober first to get the mental clarity that was required for me to feel my feelings around what was good for me and in my relationships with men and what wasn't good for me.”
“That cool girl syndrome was so painful. It was like death by a thousand paper cuts.”
“One way to know if someone's emotionally unavailable is if they can come to the table and have a conversation with you about what's going on for them and they've done some work around it.”
Heidi Busche is a speaker, author, and relationship expert. Her book, Relationship Ready: How I Stopped F*cking Randos And Started Cupcaking My Soul Mate, talks about her experiences in painful relationships, finding her self-worth, and being relationship-ready. She helps women recognize and change their painful patterns around men and relationships.
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We dislike it when people lie to us. But somehow we tend to lie to ourselves more. It's hard to tell how we genuinely feel due to the fear of being ridiculed, criticized, or vulnerable.
The thing is, lying doesn't help anyone, moreso to ourselves. All of us have different coping mechanisms for stressful events. Some people act like a chameleon to show people they're okay, although they're not. But some go through addicting habits to hide the pain. All of us go through hard times; for us to overcome it, we must first be honest with ourselves.
In today's episode, Laura McKowen will share with us her journey toward sobriety and the importance of being truthful to ourselves. She will also talk about her book We Are The Luckiest: The Surprising Magic of a Sober Life and give advice to anyone who wants to start anew.
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Laura McKowen is a yoga teacher, speaker, and author of We Are The Luckiest: The Surprising Magic of a Sober Life. She is the former host of the HOME Podcast and Spiritualish.
She mostly talks about addiction, sobriety, and saying yes to a bigger life. She had a long and successful career in public relations and advertising. After deciding to become sober in 2014, she is now a leading voice in recovery and personal development.
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Not only actors but also the people working behind the scenes bring a film or TV show to life. And one of the people behind the scenes is the producer. We know that a film or a show cannot exist without a producer, but do we know what exactly is it that they do?
In today's episode of Radically Loved, we're joined by a fantastic guest, Carolina Groppa. She is an Emmy-nominated film producer and the host of the Life With Caca podcast. She will talk about the reality of being a producer and her experience producing films. Also, she will share how yoga and meditation have helped her deal with the demands of her profession.
This episode is full of firsthand insights. Check out the episode highlights below and make sure to tune in to the full episode!
Carolina Groppa is an Emmy-nominated film producer for her documentary, Autism in Love (2015). Her work also includes Miss Virginia (2019) and The Female Brain (2017). Aside from being a producer and an actress, she is also the host of the Life With Caca podcast. There, she holds intimate conversations with other producers about their experiences in the industry.
To know more about what she does, visit her website, lifewithcaca.com. You may also reach her on social media, @carolinagroppa.
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Life has value because it is fleeting and impermanent. In the limited time that we are given, we can touch the lives of other people and accomplish different milestones. Nonetheless, it is especially hard for us to accept the permanent and unreturnable loss of a loved one who has passed.
In today's episode, we're joined by Carina Stone, the wife of the late Michael Stone. She shares with us how life is like over the last two years since Michael's passing and the lessons she has learned in this journey. She also talks about the inspiration that has encouraged her to put out Michael's teachings out in the world today.
Check out these highlights and don't miss this episode about life and loss that will tug at your hearts.
Carina Stone is the wife of the late Michael Stone, a prominent Buddhist teacher, yogi, author, and the host of the Awake in the World podcast. Michael was the founder and director of the Centre of Gravity Sangha, which is a community of yoga and Buddhist practitioners. Carina stewards his legacy as she speaks about his life and teachings.
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We all feel the pressure of social expectations. Leading a life pleasing other people can lead to losing our identity and sense of self. Thus, it is important to make time for recovery and healing so that we can accept ourselves fully and extend the same love and compassion to others.
In today’s episode, yoga Instructor Donny Starkins shares how yoga helped him towards self-actualization and personal development. He also gives some insights and tools on how you can start on your journey to recovery and how yoga can bring healing to our body, mind, and soul.
Donny Starkins is a yoga instructor and personal development coach. He is a former Division I baseball player, and pain and medication were constant in his life. In search of physical and spiritual relief, he embarked on his yoga journey in 2005. He now leads transformational classes with a focus on mindfulness.
To know more about yoga and check some upcoming events and retreats, you may visit Donny’s website.
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