The Relationship School Podcast
The Relationship School Podcast
Smart Couple Podcast
The Relationship School Podcast is for anyone who understands that without more learning and practice, you will not get far in your romantic relationships. Whether you want to learn how to better communicate with your partner, develop better control over your behavior, manage your moods and emotions, strengthen your social skills, or find more effective ways to manage your emotions, relationships with the right people can be a major step toward improving your life. At Relationship School, we love learning and love teaching. We want to help you and your partner have the best possible relationships.
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If your partner feels like a ‘ball and chain’, you’re doing something wrong. You can feel free to totally be yourself AND have an intimate partnership.
In this final installment of a three-part series on conflict, learn four things you can do post-conflict to repair the relationship as quickly as possible.
In part two of this three-part series on conflict, Jayson breaks down the two skills you need when you’re in the heat of it and explains the different types of fights.
Few things can rip a partnership or friendship apart like conflict. In part one of this three-part series on conflict, Jayson proposes ten pre-conflict agreements to transform conflict from a threatening experience into a growth opportunity.
Weddings include a lot of really great traditions. But those old school ‘in sickness and in health’ vows suck. Find out how to do vows the right way.
You’ve submitted questions. Jayson’s got answers! This Ask Me Anything episode addresses feelings of inadequacy and mismatched sex drives.
Have a partner, friend or family member with an addiction? Feeling discouraged about their ability to change? Well, often times at the core of addiction … is a relationship problem.
Society often glorifies the caretaker to a saint-like status. But, it’s important to know when caretaking reaches the point of actually being more harmful than helpful.
Do you feel safe and secure? Seen and understood? Supported and loved? On a daily basis? Are you spending a fortune cleaning up after your failed relationships? In this episode, Jayson answers your questions about DPIR® and breaks down why the course is so worth it.
According to professor and therapist Dr. Alexandra Solomon, engaging your partner in conversation about their past experiences is one of the best things you can do to keep your relationship sexy and exciting. Listen in to find out why!
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