I didn’t see this coming, but episode 121 that aired five weeks ago, “The Relational Energy of Fall,” had the most listener response of any podcast episode this year, and I think for any of the past episodes since the podcast began in late November of 2018. Keep
A podcast listener recently contacted me for some relationship advice. She asked, “Our son, who just started his freshman year of college, is coming home for the weekend, and I wonder if you have any suggestions for how my husband and I should relate to him?” I do.
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 123, “Ask Thoughtful Questions and See What Happens” In last week’s episode, no. 122, “The Questions We Ask … and Fail to Ask,” I suggested that to deepen our relationships with people try asking the two questions asked of me recently. Namely,
Hello everyone! I’m so glad you’ve joined us today for episode 122, “The Questions We Ask …. and Fail to Ask.” We’ve talked about asking questions before in this podcast and the role they play in deepening our relationships. Episodes 96 and 97, for example, come to mind.
Hello everyone. I’m so glad you’ve joined us today for the start of Season Six. We begin with Episode no. 121, “Experience the Relational Energy of Fall.” I don’t know about you, but I find renewed motivation right after Labor Day in the US when school buses take
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 120, “The Best Relationship Advice From This Summer.” Did summer go by too quickly for you? It did for me. “Summer deserves a speeding ticket,” as someone once said. Another author commented, “A fallen leaf is nothing more than a summer’s wave