There’s something in your life that you complain about constantly to everyone...except the person who can actually do something about it. Time to set a boundary! Life coach and communication expert Amy E. Smith (The Joy Junkie) walks us through why boundary setting is worth it even when it’s uncomfortable, how to have the actual conversation, and how to enforce it without burning all of our bridges.
A lot of us get nervous about the idea of “couples counseling”: doesn’t seeing someone mean something is really...wrong with us? Isn't it just for old married people who are getting divorced? Absolutely not! Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Jen Elmquist joins us to break through the stigma of taking care of our hearts and minds the way we take care of our bodies. We talk about what couples therapy is, when might be a good time to try it, and how her book, Relationship Reset, can get us heading in the right direction without even sitting down on The Couch.
Dealing with fitness and nutrition on your own is one thing. It changes when you become part of a couple, especially a couple that lives together. What better way to discuss these challenges than with Joanna and Daphnie’s husbands? Guests Matt Healy and Stuart Ashwood talk with Joanna and Daphnie about how being married to TWO PERFECT WOMEN affects their health and how they handle any difficulties that definitely never come up because see above re. being perfect. (JK we actually let them be very honest about their experience ugh.)
Links in this episode: Joanna and Matt talked more about their relationship in Ep. 4 of the great Paper Year podcast, Matt's website, Daphnie and Stuart WON A HONEYMOON because they are so cute