In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with my friend, Tony Overbay, a licensed marriage and family therapist and utlra marathon runner. We talk about the metaphors we’ve seen in long distance running to marriage. He also talks about setting goals for the new year, using principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. There are so many benefits physical activity can have on our mental and emotional health. Let’s make 2020 our BEST year ever.
Here is a link to Tony’s New Year’s goal setting episode from last year: http://www.tonyoverbay.com/2018/12/27/episode-97-resolutions-that-will-stick-no-really-acceptance-and-commitment-therapy-plus-resolutions-success/
You can find more of Tony over on his website: http://www.tonyoverbay.com/ or on Instagram @tonyoverbay or @virtualcouch.
And here’s a link to Tony’s new book: https://www.amazon.com/Hes-Porn-Addict-Now-What/dp/1950328031/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=tony+overbay&qid=1576794183&sr=8-1
Have a wonderful New Year’s and join us next week (year) for a discussion with Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife about New Year’s Resolutions.
Happy Thanksgiving Week Everyone! My interview this week is with the lovely Celeste Davis of The Marriage Laboratory. We discuss how to have fun with our spouses in our marriage and why that is even important. We go over common objections to having fun and overcome them one by one. We also discuss how to have a healthier sex life and why that is also so important.
I love this episode and I know you will too. If you would like get more from Celeste you can find her at https://www.marriagelaboratory.com/ on Instagram @marriagelaboratory. You can check out her podcast here: https://www.marriagelaboratory.com/marriage-theraoke-podcast/.
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Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family and friends. I am truly grateful for each and every one of you!
Today, we are talking with Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor, Dr. Adam Moore. Dr. Moore is the co-owner of Sela Health, which operates mental health counseling offices in Lehi, Utah; Provo, Utah; Mapleton, Utah; and Las Vegas, Nevada. Sela Health therapists have provided 40,000 hours of counseling since 2013. In addition to managing his counseling practice, Dr. Moore hosts a mental health podcast called Pocket Therapist. He also manages My Recovery Portal, a website that has provided on-demand addiction recovery content to people all over the world. Dr. Moore regularly engages in public speaking events on the topic of pornography and sexual addiction recovery, and has presented workshops to over 12,000 people since 2013. Currently, Dr. Moore serves as president of the Utah Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
In this episode, Dr. Moore talks to us about addiction, recovery and what he has learned treating hundreds of clients and their supportive family members with this very real and challenging life circumstance. He talks about their biggest challenges, hope for the recovering addict and their loved ones, life challenges and how to talk to your kids about the topics of pornography and sex.
Today, I sit down with Ralphie Jacobs. She is the creator of one of my very favorite Instagram accounts, Simply on Purpose where she writes about positive parenting, family culture and living with purpose. She opens up with me about her thoughts on sibling rivalry, who inspires her, how to set clear boundaries, what she hopes her kids will learn from her and so much more.
In our interview, she mentions the book: The Power of Positive Parenting by Glenn Latham. You can find her on Instagram @simplyonpurpose. www.instagram.com/simplyonpurpose
My guest on the show today is one of my favorite interviews so far. She is an army wife and mother of three boys and the host of the Extraordinary Moms Podcast. She has interviewed somewhere around 200 extraordinary moms and shared with us so much wisdom they have share with her over the years. She talks about how and why she started her podcast almost 3 years ago and how she feels the common thread throughout all of the moms she has interviewed is the ability to understand that they create the joy in their own lives. Listen to hear more about this, how becoming a whole and healthy human being helps us be way better moms and the power of positive parenting.
You can find all 240+ episodes of the Extraordinary Moms Podcast on any podcast listening app and at www.extraordinarymomspodcast.com. You can even search for certain episodes by topic. You can also find her hanging out on Instagram @jessicadahlquist3.
Don’t miss this extraordinary episode with so many great tidbits of wisdom.
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