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63 minutes | Jul 7, 2020
Episode 17: A Conversation With Therapist Bill Eddy About Dealing With High-Conflict Personalities
Bill Eddy, is an author, therapist, lawyer, and mediator, and the co-founder of the High Conflict Institute, which provides training for managing high-conflict disputes and high-conflict personalities. Bill has trained professionals and companies in the US and internationally and has written several books on high-conflict personalities at work and at home, including High Conflict People in Legal Disputes; Splitting: Protecting Yourself While Divorcing Someone with Borderline or Narcissistic Personality Disorder; It’s All Your Fault at Work: Managing Narcissists and Other High-Conflict Personalities; 5 Types of People Who Can Ruin Your Life, and Why We Elect Narcissists and Sociopaths—And How We Can Stop! In our conversation today, Bill and I talk about how you can identify someone with a high-conflict personality, what are the different types of personality disorders that coincide with high conflict personalities, and some super tips on how to deal with these types of people at work and in our personal lives.
67 minutes | Jun 5, 2020
Episode 16: A Conversation With Author Amy Azzarito About the Importance of Purging After a Breakup
In Episode 16 of Interrelate, we talk to Amy Azzarito, design history expert and author of the book, The Elements of a Home: Curious Histories behind Everyday Household Objects. She’s worked for the New York Public Library, Design*Sponge, and UC Davis and has contributed to Food52, Refinery29, Brit & Co, Food52, Design Milk, and Architectural Digest.
54 minutes | Aug 10, 2019
Episode 15: A Conversation With Dr. Molly Millwood About the Challenges Between Motherhood and Marriage
Dr. Molly Millwood is a clinical psychologist with advanced specialized training in marital therapy and intimate relationships. After completing a post-doctoral clinical fellowship at Stanford University, she now teaches psychology at Saint Michael's College in Vermont. She’s also the author of the recent book, To Have and to Hold, which explores the modern dilemma between motherhood and marriage. In this interview, Molly and I talk about the interplay between the two and the challenges that often arise once couples start having children. You can find Molly on Instagram at @MollyMillwoodPHD or on Facebook at Molly Millwood. And, if you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review and make sure to follow us on on iTunes and Spotify and on Instagram and Facebook at Interrelate Podcast.
33 minutes | May 26, 2019
Episode 14: A Conversation With Attorney Gabrielle Hartley About Reducing Shame Around Divorce
Gabrielle Hartley is a transformative wellness coach, divorce mediator, attorney, speaker and author of the book, Better Apart: The Radically Positive Way to Separate. She is working to end the shame and stigma surrounding divorce and is known for her unique, non-toxic approach that she has developed over two decades in practice. In this interview, Gabrielle and I talk about the inspiration for writing a book about separation and divorce, strategies for parting couples who want to bring a more peaceful dynamic to divorce, and some real-life tips for dealing with all the range of emotions that come with leaving a long-term relationship.
28 minutes | Mar 12, 2019
Episode 13: A Conversation with Author Jerrelle Guy About Social Media and Taking Time for Self-Care
Jerrelle Guy published her first cookbook, Black Girl Baking, just as she was graduating with a Masters degree in Gastronomy from Boston University in the spring of 2018. The cookbook went on to win the praise of industry leaders like Carla Hall, in addition to Bon Appetit, Forbes, Food52, and The Kitchn, as well as being named a top cookbook by Eater. Jerrelle shares her beautiful food photography and thoughtful musings on her blog and Instagram handle, @chocolateforbasil. In this interview, Jerrelle and Sarah talk about her relationship with social media and the importance of being true to self in a world that’s moving so fast.
33 minutes | Feb 20, 2019
Episode 12: A Conversation with Katey Yurko About Whether You Should Be Friends with An Ex on Social Media
Sarah Woehler talks to Katey Yurko about why it's not such a good idea to be friends with an ex on social media — and why. They also talk about how Katey's previous relationships have resulted in a better partnership with her current boyfriend and how critical understanding one's "love language" is the key to making your partner feel truly loved.
44 minutes | Jan 13, 2019
Episode 11: A Conversation with Blogger, Author & Podcast Host Lily Diamond About the Power of Female Bonding
In Episode 11 of Interrelate, Sarah Woehler talks to Lily Diamond, blogger, author of the cookbook, Kale & Caramel, and podcast co-host of What’s Your Story? In the conversation, Lily opens up about the unique bond she had with her late mother, why deep connections with women are so fundamental to her, and how leaning into grief is what allows us to overcome it in the end.
44 minutes | Nov 16, 2018
Episode 10: A (2nd) Conversation with Alex Steed About Dating Apps, Therapy, and the Importance of Transparency in Romantic Relationships
Sarah Woehler talks to film producer Alex Steed about the pros and benefits of dating apps, how exercising self-awareness and self-analysis is so critical in our digital age, and the value of open, transparent communication in healthy relationships.
42 minutes | Oct 2, 2018
Episode 9: A Conversation with Executive Coach Minji Wong About How to Become Your Best Self in the Workplace — and Beyond
Sarah Woehler talks to Career Coach Minji Wong — who has worked for companies such as Facebook, eBay, Walmart and beyond — about how to recognize and manage emotions in the workplace and beyond, how to communicate more effectively with others, and Minji’s most powerful career advice for work-life balance.
48 minutes | Aug 21, 2018
Episode 8: A Conversation with Mark Fujiwara About Finding Love Again After Divorce
Mark Fujiwara talks to Sarah Woehler about his experiences dating as a post-divorced dad, why he believes everyone should have a "list", how being in a Nice Guys Club helped him lean into the support of other men post-divorce, and how he met the love of his life the second time around.
37 minutes | Jul 30, 2018
Episode 7: A Conversation About Polyamory with Sharron Wood
Host Sarah Woehler talks to Sharron Wood, who opens up about her experience being in a polyamorous relationship, She also shares her thoughts on jealousy, dating other people, and the wide variety of arrangements there are in the poly community.
43 minutes | Jul 18, 2018
Episode 6: A Conversation with Andrew Greenstein About Growing Up with 3 Moms
In this conversation, Sarah Woehler talks to Andrew Greenstein about his unique family dynamic with three moms, a father, a biological brother, and three half-siblings, and their love and loyalty for one another despite their unique composition.
29 minutes | Jul 6, 2018
Episode 5: A Conversation with Career Contessa Founder Lauren McGoodwin about Finding Your Voice at Work
Sarah Woehler talks to founder and CEO of Career Contessa Lauren McGoodwin about the challenges facing women, how we can support other women, and how women can find their true voice in today's workplace.
34 minutes | Jun 27, 2018
Episode 4: A Conversation with Alex Steed About What Post-Divorce Life is Like at Age 35
In episode 4, Sarah Woehler talks to Alex Steed, founder of Knack Factory, a production company based in Portland, Maine, about what divorce life is like at 35. In addition, he opens up about co-dependency, dating in the age of Tinder and Bumble, and what he means to love and be loved.
37 minutes | Jun 20, 2018
Episode 3: A Conversation with SoulCycle Instructor Lauren McHale About the Power of Community
In episode 3, we talk to Lauren McHale, who opened the first-ever Bay Area SoulCycle studio to talk about the power of community in the wildly popular fitness class.
42 minutes | Jun 1, 2018
Episode 2: A Conversation About the Power of Self-Awareness with Psychotherapist Kat Dahlen deVos
In episode 2 of Interrelate, Sarah Woehler explores how self-awareness and mindfulness can contribute to richer and more powerful relationships with others in this insightful conversation with San Francisco-based psychotherapist, Kat Dahlen deVos.
51 minutes | Jun 1, 2018
Episode 1: A Conversation About Heartbreak with Nashville-Based Singer-Songwriter Lindsey Ray
In episode 1 of Interrelate, Sarah Woehler has a conversation with singer-songwriter Lindsey Ray, who opens up about her recent heartbreak and how it's helped fuel her progress and evolution as a singer-songwriter.
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