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The Dating Den

Each week on the podcast, I’ll be interviewing the world’s top experts in attraction, dating, communication, sex, and relationships, as well as coaching real women LIVE, through their real life dating challenges… that are probably a lot like yours!
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Mar 18, 2018

How do you know if you are emotionally available?

 

Why do you think you are responsible for both sides of the relationship?

 

In this coaching call with Angela, we look at some limiting beliefs she created a long time ago that are still affecting her today and strategies to help her transform her dating life and personal relationships.

 

She recently separated with a drawn out break up. a serious relationship from the beginning. She started online dating & has met someone she likes.

 

What Exactly Does it Mean When a Man is Unavailable? [3:43]

 

A man who is not available emotionally, may not be willing to talk about and be open to everything a relationship requires.

 

Angela and her past partner couldn’t move past the stressors. They were constantly in fight, flight or fright mode. Angela has her love shield up to guard her heart due to a childhood need to be accepted and loved by her father. During her parent’s divorce, she felt the same longing to be able to make it all work out well. She created a limiting belief that she wasn't important enough.

 

Her foundation principle is to take care of everything, including herself and that she is responsible for taking care of the people in her life. In her developmental years, Angela became a surrogate spouse instead of a daughter.

 

How to Have a Great Relationship with the New Guy [16:57]

 

Angela's new relationship seems to have all the right pieces but she is still hyper-vigilant about trying to control the situation. She fears she still needs to be responsible for everything that happens.

 

Angela’s homework:

 

Don't take responsibility for others,

Collect data about whether, or not, her partner can meet his own needs.

Recognize the triggers that make her feel not worthy.

She should get her pre-frontal cortex back online with breathing exercises.

She needs to work on her own emotionally unavailability. 

She should have an unwavering confidence in who she is.

 

You can't be a little girl in a grown-up relationship!

 

Angela’s Key Lessons and Takeaways [32:53]

 

If Angela wants to commit to truly understanding of what a real relationship should look like she should:

Recognize her partner can handle himself, 

She doesn't need to be responsible for everything and everybody.

Become aware of her own transformation.

 

Being emotionally available attracts emotional availability.

 

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Mar 11, 2018

Are you are tired of waiting for Prince Charming to materialize but want to be a mommy? 

 

Do you like to party but still want to have a healthy baby?

 

Will having a baby make your life complete?

 

My guest is a Scientist specializing in reproductive health, human flourishing and the intergenerational transmission of health. She lost her mom during her own birth so she has made it her life's work to walking women through the path to motherhood.

 

She is head over heels in love with her partner, she is a mother of two and baby #3 is on the way! Can you feel the gestational energy?

 

Should I Freeze My Eggs? [6:06]

 

For women, freezing eggs can serve as a type of insurance policy. If you haven’t met your Prince Charming yet freezing your eggs can give you the extra time you need to meet Mr. Right. But, if you want to freeze your eggs, Dr. Cleopatra recommends doing it during your prime reproductive span rather than later in life. Women can also take steps to preserve their fertility naturally by taking care of their bodies and living life like they are already pregnant.

 

 

Dr. Cleopatra's 3-Month Plan to Pregnancy [14:25]

 

If you have the right tools, Dr. Cleopatra says you should get pregnant within 3-months or less. Psychological and physiological pre-conceptional preparation can make all the difference when trying to conceive.

 

Women are born with all the eggs they are ever going to have. Eggs start maturing while we are still in our mother's womb but there is a final process that takes shape three to four months before they are released into our bodies. The goal is to make our eggs the best they can be BEFORE you need them.

 

Ladies, start being conscious of your fertility. Take your dream of being a mom into your own hands. *This sense of empowerment can attract amazing partners to you.

 

The way you live can strengthen or weaken chances of having healthy eggs.

 

Stress Levels, Nutrition and Exercise [24:56]

 

Stress changes the hormones in our bodies and fertility is affected by every system in our bodies. One critical system is the digestive system and the digestive system is a system profoundly affected by stress.

 

Food is an integral part of the well-being of your mind, body, and spirit. Nutrition and exercise can be vital to fertility and to having a healthy pregnancy.

 

Body fat levels can affect your ability to conceive but use caution and don’t overdo workouts! 

 

The Lifecycle of Motherhood [32:00]

 

Motherhood starts when you decide you want to have children. From that moment on, get clear about your priorities and take your future into your own hands. Actively create the relationships you want in your life, your health, and your fertility.

 

Ask yourself:

 

What do I want?

What do I need?

What are my values?

 

Empowerment is the best medicine!

 

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Dr. Cleopatra

Mar 4, 2018

Did you know you are broadcasting your past heartbreak all over the place?

 

If you have chronic pain or inflammation you may be in chronic survival mode.

 

Lisa is the Founder of the Neurosculpting Institute. She has a Master's in Education, a Foundation Certificate in Neuroleadership. Certificates in Medical Neuroscience, visual perception in the brain, neural biology. She is the Author of New Beliefs, New Brain: Free Yourself from Stress and Fear. She is the founder of neuro sculpting modality yoga. 

 

Neuroplasticity Trains the Brain [6:26]

 

Through neuroplasticity, a person is able to edit and adapt old patterns or create efficient new patterns. The brain changes its structures and functions with use. Training, repetition, exercise, focused thought, meditation, and nutrition are all tools for hacking old patterns. 

 

The brain is designed to keep us safe. It stores all of our memories in a retrievable way. If first experiences are painful it will assume future experiences will be the same way.

 

Our past experiences are a blueprint for our future experiences.

 

How the Body Plays Its Part [12:55]

 

The body feels all of our emotions and can broadcast our emotions out to the world. We emit small micro-contractions in our muscles which other people’s subconscious can pick up on. They can become uncomfortable around us or even have feelings of distrust.

 

Emotional and physical pain share multiple neural pathways in the brain which means heartbreak is a physical pain in the body.

 

Fear of betrayal may elevate your heart rate!

 

Resolving the Story Inside of Ourselves [17:10]

 

Right now you may be priming your body for all the things that come with being in chronic protection mode.

 

If you are experiencing:

 

Elevated Heart Rate

Hypertension

Brain fog

ADD

ADHD

Inflammation

Chronic Pain

 

It is more than likely from your body existing in an undealt with states of chronic survival mode and elevated self-protection.

 

Hacking the Neural System [21:10]

 

Interrupting your thoughts requires much more than awareness. There are daily physical practices you can do to help pull you out of the repetition. Food creates all the pieces in the brain necessary for emotional regulations. Food makes neurotransmitters for emotional regulation and food gives us the fuel to push the pause button on our survival behaviors.

 

The minute your diet is out of balance you will reach for your initial self-protective patterns.

 

Lack of self-care creates unhealthy environments for ourselves.

 

When the foundation of our subconscious stories says that love in unsafe even the best mantras won't help our cause.

 

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