Laura is a superhuman with self-healing powers. Zach is reminded of the importance of kindness. They go on to discuss a listener’s question regarding what to do with hurt feelings when feel your partner has not been kind.
The kids are headed back to school. Zach is excited to get back in therapy. This leads to a discussion about the frequency of therapy and how often is helpful. Laura gives an update on her biking injury. They go on to discuss a listener’s question about what to do after conflict.
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Laura is nursing some wounds after a bike accident. Zach has a finger out of whack. This leads them into a discussion of attractive doctors they have had over the years. They go on to discuss the way we approach questions to our partner. Is it an investigation or an invitation.
Zach is now a hand model and cracking afternoon beers. Laura is business up top and casual on bottom. They discuss different strategies for disrupting the negative patterns of communication in your relationship.
Laura is rocking her trailer skills, even with the Austin Powers’ style turns. Zach is thinking about yoga and stepping up his health game. They then address a listener’s question about leadership in their relationship.
Recorded while Laura was on the road, Zach is joined by Ni’coel Stark to discuss the Enneagram. Ni’coel is a corporate intelligence strategist who brings a great deal of experience into the value and use of the Enneagram. Listeners who are unfamiliar with the Enneagram will find reason to explore this ancient tool and folks who are already Enneagram fans will find fresh insights.
Laura is back from her travels and COVID has hit close to home. She is celebrating a birthday. Zach is experimenting with glass blowing, kind of, and has mastered the Rubic’s Cube. They go on to discuss if there is anything to gain from inspirational Instagram quotes.
Zach and Laura discuss some of their favorite clients. Laura tries to convince you to listen to a different podcast. They then discuss the importance of valuing the relationship over being “right” in any disagreement.