Relationships as a Personal Development Course with Author + Coach Dr. Jeremy GoldbergMar 05, 2021
This episode is going to be valuable for you if you were not exposed to healthy modeling of how to work through challenges in relationships. The thing is that our parents were trying their best with the tools that they had. Many of us had parents that didn’t have very good tools.
Today, I’ve invited Jeremy Goldberg, coach, author, and podcast host. I wanted to have a conversation with him because as he put it, he’s someone who has “met rock bottom, planted a seed, grew a tree and climbed out of the hole his mind made.”
What you’ll learn this episode:
- The importance of self-regulation in relationships
- How to approach relationships as a scientific experiment
- Radical honesty as initiation into relationships
- The choices we have when we are in discomfort
- The value of our shadowy aspects and emotions
- Using the 5 love languages to self-regulate and co-regulate
Kat Lee is an Intimacy + Relationship Coach, host of The Empowered Curiosity Podcast and Creator of The Heart Lab. She guides pattern-breakers to alchemize their emotions and embody their healing journey to cultivate intimacy as a spiritual practice.
Dr. Jeremy Goldberg is the founder of Long Distance Love Bombs, and his mission is to make kindness cool, empathy popular, and compassion commonplace. He wants to make the world better than it was yesterday. As part of that purpose, he write articles, sends emails, hosts retreats and workshops, coaches clients, has a podcast, writes books, and makes spoken word poetry videos. He is also active on Facebook and Instagram, leading an online tribe of more than 60,000 badass humans.
I facilitate conversations through 1:1 coaching and various community offerings to guide curious humans to remember their True Self - who they are beyond the conditioning, the "shoulds", the trauma stories + the overriding of desires. If you need permission to step into the wholeness of your emotions and Being, let me show you that you’ve been the one holding the pen.