From long distance love bombs to what to say when an ex reaches out, you will not want to miss this episode or a single episode of Finding Mr. Height
What does it take to set aside the need to win in divorce? We dig deep into this question with a new mindset from our guests today that have a mission to share their story in the hopes that it will help others navigate the waters of divorce and coparenting with their new partners.
Picture this. It’s late 2021. You’re out there reconnecting with the world, the people in it, and all those possibilities. After way too much time socially distanced, you and a lot of other people are hungry for conversation and closeness.
One solution: dating multiple people (safely, obviously!)
On this week’s episode of the podcast, Dr. Sheva Assar and I discussed how social media plays a big part in today’s modern dating. We ask a question submitted by our audience, “What are some red flags to look out for when we are vetting our dates we met online?”
“What is change?” and remind our listeners that when we change, our relationship dynamics change as well.
Our intention for coming together and recording an episode that looks back on our first three dates is to share what being conscious in your partnership may look like. Everyone has a different view of what an ideal realationshiop looks like.
What does that look like for you?
And yet, I knew it was the best choice for me. I had spent too many nights falling in love with the potential of this relationship to give up any more of my sovereignty to it.
Karl opens up about his relationship and how living publicly on social media can come with some unwanted negative energy from followers and trolls. My biggest takeaway from our conversation is that as your influence grows, so does your responsibility to be a leader in every area of your life.
Now that you’ve got a plan of action to take to asking out your Instagram or Facebook crush, it’s time to take action!
Dallas is the co-author of two New York Times bestselling books, Whole 30 and It Starts with Food. In his latest book, The 4 Season Solution, Dallas lays out the groundbreaking plan for feeling better, living well, and powering down our always-on lives.
You may be thinking of a multitude of reasons why they would end it but it’s best not to attach any meaning whatsoever to the relationship ending because that’s going to start you into this spiral of ruminating thoughts.
Geoff Laughton, two time national best selling author, and Your Relationship Architect was one of my men’s group leaders for a year and is always a good friend of the podcast.
As I read through the styles below, I was transported back to many of my past conflicts with my partners. Why did the conflict escalate so quickly?
Its normal to have the people close to you push your buttons! On this week’s […]
I’ll walk you through the experiences I’ve had as the Challenger, a Nice Guy, and the avoidant attachment style to show you how conflict can be a positive experience in your life.
On this week’s episode, we dive deep into her journey through inflammatory responses to certain foods, alcohol, and how quickly traveling 50% of the time for work caught up to her in every area of her health.
How Your Enneagram, Attachment Styles, and Consciousness Impact Relationships with Leanna, type 7, and Jared, type 2
Today’s episode is one of my favorites so far because I get the chance to speak with two REAL people sharing their lives on their podcast.
Why do our attachment styles factor into our relationships so much? What is it about them that makes it feel like real chemistry?
Do you believe in the myth of incompatibility? How do your conversations about sex go […]
Together, Taylor Fraser and I uncover patterns in her relationships since and how she found the trauma lying underneath caused relationship challenges.
Consider that everyone has a breakup story the found transformational at one point in their life. That’s me. Broken and at a turning point in my life three years ago so I set out on a personal mission to uncover how my past traumas and experiences impact my relationships today.
On the episode, I lay out why your intentions matter, as well as how to set boundaries, and get the response you are looking for! We cannot ignore our physical, mental, and emotional health right now so these 8 tips will help you navigate the holidays AND another lockdown!
How to Let Go of Your Ex
Our deep conversation today with Paula Santos touches on so many things that are important to me; including personal growth, anger vs. assertiveness, and how I must be reminded that “Connection is safety”.
Originally from Canada, Dr. Mark is a researcher and therapist with a passion for working with trauma survivors that have a healthy sex life after they experience trauma.
On this week’s episode, we are joined by Dr. Morgan Anderson Psy.D. from my home […]
On this week’s episode of the podcast, we are joined by Chelsey Sterling, a local […]
From grandiose gestures to the friend zone, Brett McGinn is our guest this week and […]
Dave Glaser goes solo to share what the Fearful Avoidant looks like as it pairs with The Challenger personality type.
Today, we discuss what holds men back from finding what they are looking for in relationships and how porn consumption impacts us.
Today, we discuss psychedelic ceremony to open up the mind and how our shadow will leak out and erupt in our lives if we don’t learn how to face it through our fear and shame as men.
On this wee’s episode, we welcome back Roz Ware, who exudes feminine energy and rarely […]
On this week’s episode, we are joined by Katie Carlson, a core energy specialist and an […]
On this week’s episode, Emily Brown joins us to talk about my very first tarot […]
During this insightful conversation, Dr. Liz Fedrick dove deep into the narcissist and codependent relationship and why they are drawn to each other.
In today’s blog, we ask why would you want to stick it out in a relationship that is mostly fulfilling but has some conflict?
On this week’s episode, we are joined by Orit Krug, board certified dance and movement […]
Today, Dr. Kristin Hick and I talk about repairing childhood wounds to conflicts with your partner, diving deep into our attachment styles helps us be more compassionate for ourselves and others.
John Kim, The Angry Therapist, joins me this week to discuss fatherhood, personal growth, and introspection to be in a better relationship with yourself as you seek a partner.
Traver Boehm is an author and podcast host with a powerful mission to impact one […]
Lauren Dow’s mission is to provide a trusting community of support and empowerment for those who suffer from eating disorders and mental illness.
On today’s episode, we are joined by Lori Jean Glass, author and creator of The […]
Brandon’s mission is to help people curate the lifestyle and relationships they desire through his proprietary techniques.
Why do men pull away in a relationship and what keeps them committed?
On today’s episode, we take a deeper dive into dating multiple people or just one partner as a reflection of our ethics and values when dating in the modern world.
On today’s episode, we are joined by Christina Marie, eating disorder advocate and a real life dater from a recent event called “Denver is Blind”.
She pulls her car over to take some time to calm her nerves and she discovers something deep within herself that says, “What is it that you truly want to communicate? Can I be more clear with my needs and questions that are spurring this anxiety?”
Walking away bravely from her marriage, Courtney decided enough was enough and once she began advocating for herself, her relationships improved dramatically!
On today’s episode, we welcome Kristina Martinez who shares with us her message of bravery. I view her as heroic for escaping an abusive relationship and for uncovering the repeated patterns in her life so that she could live extraordinary.
On today’s episode, Dr. Carrie McCrudden joins us to discuss controlling the outcome in life and love.
On today’s episode, I am joined by Sierra Melcher all the way from Medellin, Columbia. […]
Today, you will learn what it takes to bring value to and receive from your relationship without abandoning yourself in the meantime.
On today’s episode, we want to give the floor over to Kevin Coates to speak on the current events in Denver and the nation.
Jason’s knowledge of the Enneagram provided unique insight into how it can be used as a common language to help a partnership grow closer to each other and reach goals together!
Jess believes that fear is what holds us back in love and relationships. In her case, she battles a harsh chronic illness and definitely has fear of not being good enough when she starts dating someone.
On today’s episode, we catch up with everyone’s favorite marriage and divorce coach, Kim West. […]
Have you felt this unconscious desire to test your partner early on to see if they are for real?
In this week’s episode, Jason Polk, a PACT Certified counselor is back for a live […]
Amber Kierra is a speaker and a coach who has chosen to live her life […]
But in the mind of an anxiously attached partner, that’s not the way the story goes. They will spend hours doubting themselves and allowing the victim role to surface, asking themselves all kinds of questions.
In modern dating, you will come across a variety of people no matter which way you choose to meet people; online, organically, through a matchmaker and more!
It’s all about chemistry! Roz Ware joins me on this week’s episode of the podcast […]
Geoff Laughton is a relationship coach and recently joined me to record a Facebook live episode […]
We discuss everything from running out of toilet paper, to what it’s like to date as an Enneagram 8, to attachment theory, and whether or not we will be calling our exes.
Jen knows that helping others is at the core of her personality type but with personal growth and self-awareness, she can put that tendency to rest.
When you completely grasp what makes you great, unique, and lovable, your true potential explodes.
Like a lot of men, I was oblivious to what was actually being said behind the words my partner was using.
Shana Chow is a Canadian actress and model who turned a break up into a […]
Shawntres Parks gives us her top five tips to live the best life in quarantine with your partner!
Suzanne and I are sheltering in place and both single, but that doesn’t prevent us from working on ourselves for a future relationship when this all passes.
When everything feels like long distance love, but your love languages are quality time and physical touch… what do you do to fulfill your needs?
Does my partner want to have more space than usual? Are they more needy than normal because of the trauma we are facing right now?
The five crucial elements to thriving right now are calm, efficacy, sense of future, connectedness, and safety according to Dr. Berkowitz.
Abby Rosenblum and I chat (coffee talk style) about love languages and why masturbation is one way to surviving the quarantine!
Often, the tendency is to dramatize the little things and here we discuss Michael’s biggest concerns; HIV and the Coronavirus.
Jessica Smith and I dive into dating virtually, impacts on our businesses, and ask “what is this trying to teach me?”.
“(If) the masculine is the frame, then the feminine is the artwork within”- Violet Lange. Violet believes that dating during the Coronavirus is an opportunity for us to get real and give us the permission to ask deep, authentic conversations!
Yesterday, we heard that gyms, theaters, and casinos were required to close by mandate from the Governor of Colorado.
Like me, Bryan Reeves grew up surrounded by women; mothers, sisters, and friends. So naturally […]
I’ve battled depression for over 20 years and found success using fitness and nutrition to keep my mental health and emotions balanced. I found that when you add an unhealthy relationship on top of parenting and business ownership, you begin to uncover your personal blind spots really quick.
Are you being needy? Or just sharing your needs in a relationship? Last fall, I […]
Shelby’s recent break up hit her hard but when asked why she didn’t reschedule the recording, she said, “Because life goes on”.
Kayla Fuller discovered that her family medical history would likely lead to having breast cancer.
I could see where I wanted to be, just out there on the horizon, but it was still too far away to touch. I had tried everything under the sun to keep moving my life forward but was still falling short.
Don’t fear conflict in your relationship. Rather, fear indifference from your partner.
Since we last spoke to Meredith Shirey, LMFT, on her episode Overwhelmed by Choices, we received so many questions from our audience that we decided to have a follow up conversation! On today’s episode, we answer the following questions from real life daters…
Renee Slansky believes that a man’s main love language is words of affirmation. In today’s […]
SHE’S THE ONE! Thomas Suski is back for another interview to discuss what’s been happening […]
Kerri-Ann Appleton is a Certified Reiki Master, Yoga Teacher and Transformational Coach living in Rio […]
Rachel Overvoll is the author of the best selling book Finding Feminism which dives deep […]
Authenticity to Shelly means, “I am the most creative version of myself. I am confident and I don’t let other people sway what I want to do.”
Finally, Alyse shares a deeper passion through We Talk Real Talk, which is spreading empathy and connection through conversation. This is an opportunity for you to have a space to interact with people in a meaningful way. They are creating tech-free gatherings that inspire authentic connection locally in the Denver area.
On this week’s episode, Tami Kiekhaefer, LCSW and yoga fit certified therapist, joins Dave to […]
Dr. Woolford believes that the fear of rejection and trying to abide by how society says they should be in relationships is what holds us back from finding lasting love.
When it comes to challenging the definition of monogamy, mutual enthusiasm for an consensual non-monogamous relationship. Meaning both partners need to be on board!
Jaime believes that people’s expectations of who they *should* be as opposed to who they are is what holds them back in relationships. We dive deep into this concept in this week’s podcast episode!
Alexi Neal believes that traumatic patterns keeping them from trusting themselves and feeling safe enough to be vulnerable and open with others.
Wendy Newman is the author of a book called 121 First Dates. Her mission in […]
Devon or “Devi” to her friends, believes that fear of judgement, rejection, and not realizing how dope their authentic self is what holds them back in relationships. Today, we dive deep into her “Monogamish” relationship, eating disorder recovery, and why self-pleasure is so important.
On today’s episode, we welcome back Neil Merritt, local comedian and The King of Awkward, […]
Jason Polk strives to work to help people be real and authentic so they get what they want and to help partners have empathy for each other.
Camille Virginia is the author of The Offline Dating Method and has a bachelors degree […]
Dr. Sarah Schewitz, Psy.D. is a doctor in psychology and the founder of Couples Learn, […]
Avoidant and anxious attachment styles create more “deal breakers” so that they don’t have to get close to another person.
Recently, Dr. Skylar gave me a suggestion that a date I went on my be more old fashioned than me and I would benefit greatly from calling her on the phone.
Gretchen Vartek and her partner Brooke run Adelska.com, a premier service for couples and daters to plan date nights out when they are short on time, energy, and effort.
When entering the “dating scene”, Justine believes that you need to be confident in YOU and know what you bring to the table.
Julia Parzyck and I originally met because a listener of the podcast recommended that we […]
I couldn’t imagine a better time to debut this week’s episode with our expert gueest […]
On today’s episode, Dave shares his personal battle of listening to the messages that come from his head, heart, and gut instinct!
Alexis Meads tells us a loving and genuine story about not giving up on a relationship with her husband because he was undecided about having children. After discovering more about each other and making the daily choice to develop a loving connection, they now have two children!
Do you feel stuck in this place with your partner? Wilson described level 3 of intimacy feeling like this, “The sex makes us feel close, but in reality we don’t know each other very well. We’re experiencing a false sense of intimacy.”
Dr. Jill McDevitt, PhD in Human Sexuality, believes that sex-negative messaging about what or how […]
Sarah Ezrin is an EYRT-500 yoga instructor and a freelance writer for the Yoga Journal […]
“Never make someone a priority when all you are to them is an option.” ― Maya Angelou
Kirk Samuels is an author and speaker who believes that shame & guilt associated with […]
Lauren believes that the biggest thing that prevents people from being authentic is fear. Fear they wont be accepted, fear they will get hurt and fear they will be uncomfortable.
Thomas Suski is a hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner who also happens to be a hopeless […]
I cannot thank Suzanne enough for showing up authentically and vulnerably so that you can hear what it’s like to bounce back after a relationship ends as well as tune into the awareness it took her to realize she wasn’t ready for a new romance!
She intentionally took a break from dating this summer, aka. #manbreak or #summerofjess and wouldn’t you know it, she met someone special! Jessica taught us today that when you aren’t looking for love, that’s when it finds you!
In today’s episode, we share why the key motivations of a type 2 will lead to less than desirable roles in a relationship at work, home, or school! And how to fix them quickly!
Kayla understands that the unique personality test is a guide or a path to authenticity and not necessarily meant to put us in a “box”.
Nancy Markow is a student of life with training in The Enneagram, intuition, meditation, Positive […]
In this episode, we debut our five week series to discovering The Helper personality type […]
Andy Knutson is back for another episode this week! This time to talk about our […]
Kim believes that it’s the stress, overwhelm, uncertainty, and incredible emotional pain from going through a divorce is what holds people back in relationships.
Felipe is on a mission to help people boost their confidence and self-esteem in order to advance their social life, transform their dating experience, and improve their overall relationships.
In some cases, they are using old, outdated pictures from a younger time.
On today’s episode, Neil Merritt, local comedian and The King of Awkward, shows us exactly why I have dubbed him “The Hindenburg”!
Don’t date where you squat otherwise she wants to remind you not to mess with the sanctuary.
Trust your gut when taking that shot and approach your crush, that stranger at the grocery store, or cubical mate.
From New York City, Daniel Amis, the author of “Unbreakable Love”, joins me on the […]
This special bonus episode highlights The Peacemaker, of type 9, on the centuries old personal […]
In today’s episode, Dave Glaser talks about when and how you can appropriately Define the […]
Kim Fontaine and Jackie Coffin are the founders and leaders of an online community called […]
Ali Kresta has her BA in psychology is a personal trainer, nutritional therapist, a performance […]
Season 3 of the podcast begins with Stuart Motola, author and speaker, that I met […]
When Laura said, “What’s the why behind the cry”, it resonated with me because until we get to the root of the real issue of repeated patterns, we will never fully move on from it.
About ten years ago, Dave was in a long distance relationship that was doomed from the start but he wasn’t aware of why until recently!
This bible verse resonates with me because in our tough times in modern America, men need a positive reminder that getting together in groups can and will build stronger identity and relationships.
FWB may even say to themselves, “He only calls when he wants to…..” or may think, “she only texts when she wants to hook up”. You can imagine how hard that would be the longer it goes on, right?!
Sarah’s own life experience has brought her to have a passion for helping single super moms create love that finally lasts.
Have you ever been on a date and the other person laid out their whole life that first night?!
Spencer Burnett, author of the Cool Guy’s Guide, has a powerful mission to help men authentically […]
Can Exes be friends?! An ex of mine reached out recently with this very question. […]
Seeking approval from someone else did the opposite of what was intended. Which created a sense of owning her passion and fuel versus coming off intense and headstrong.
Heather Reinhardt is a speaker and the author of Go Love Yourself who believes that a lack of self-love is what holds us back in relationships
As a Positive Mindset Coach, Sarah Henry’s specialty is helping women who suffer from mood issues and negative thought patterns to break free from old patterns that are no longer serving them.
The beauty and power of relationships is that we can work towards secure attachment together.
Julia Munson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Hendricks Institute Transformation Leader, who […]
Danny Mazur and I were connected through Kerri-Ann Appleton, a former guest on the podcast. […]
What I love about Amanda’s perspective on dating in Denver is that she never gives up.
Melissa Webb, Licensed Professional Counselor and owner of Purposeful Counseling, believes that we all need […]
So when I eliminated alcohol for financial reasons because it didn’t fit my budget for a short time, I decided to come up with my own reasons why I got hit with such serious boredom.
Nick Mancini, LMFT, and owner of Lyft Colorado Counseling invited me in to his safe and welcoming practice in Cherry Creek near Denver to discuss masculinity, financial security, and permanence in relationships as it pertains to expectations.
On Episode 35 with leadership expert Andy Knutson, he and Dave Glaser explore masculinity, spiritual warfare, and modern relationships.