Episode #6 – Personal Power in Relationships with Jodie & Reece from Practical Intimacy
Welcome to The Self-Love Movement Podcast Series Episode #6 Personal Power in Relationships with real-life couple Jodie Milton & Reece Stockhausen from Practical Intimacy.
Here are some of my favourite highlights from this amazing conversation:
>> The danger of losing yourself in relationships
>> The importance of prioritising your relationship with yourself
>> We bust through some common conventional relationship myths such as selfishness in relationships, the need to compromise, that all conflict is bad, and that you can’t be loved by someone else before loving yourself first.
>> The definition of Personal Power within a relationship
>> The common challenges couples face with personal power
>> The importance of vulnerability and speaking your truth in your relationship
>> Owning your impact
>> How conflict creates connection and intimacy
>> How to have productive conversations opposed to arguments
>> Co-triggering and knowing how to self-soothe in moments of feeling triggered
>> The concept of low investment intimacy
>> And SO much more..
This conversation was rich in depth and provides so much practical wisdom and inspiration which you can take on board within your own relationships.
If you are on the Gold Coast or surrounds be sure to check out their final Rock Your Relationship workshop before they leave the country:
ROCK YOUR RELATIONSHIP Workshop
Gold Coast Australia, 23rd February 2019.
Downloadable link for the Conflict2Connection 10 Commandments
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Here are Jodie & Reece’s favourite books to recommend:
>> Passionate Marriage by Dr David Schnarch
>> Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski
>> The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
>> Honourable mention to The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck by Mark Manson
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Big Beautiful Love,
Alana Arvanitis xo
Founder of The Self-Love Movement