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Caroline has had a close friend with whom she had a misunderstanding that involved their husbands and children. The ladies have been in contact but the friend seems to remind pretty cold. Caroline is wondering what would be the best move in this delicate situation
This episode is a part 3 of Jacks' solution and we're discussing: What are emotional freedom techniques (EFT)? How to use tapping for releasing negative emotions? Can you tap on behalf of another person?
This episode is a part 2 of Jacks' solution and we're discussing: What are emotional freedom techniques (EFT)? What is neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and how can it be helpful in Jack's situation? How to use a broken record method?
Jack has moved to Denmark almost 2 years ago and he is living in a small town. He found a job as a "handicap helper", where he feels abused by his boss who is also his employer. Jack is ready to find another job, which is not an easy task. He is wondering how to cope with an abusive boss in the meantime?
This episode is a Part 3 of Simon's solution and we're discussing: Is having regrets always a bad thing? How to use regrets to be able to choose between stability and adventure? How do other people and society influence our life choices?
In part 2 of Simon's solution and we're discussing: Is having regrets always a bad thing? How to use regrets to be able to choose between stability and adventure? How do other people and society influence our life choices?
Simon is a student and he has a dilemma ahead of him. He has a good job where he lives and he has an opportunity to travel. His question is: what should you live by: "stability or adventure"? This episode is a part 1 of Simon's solution and we're discussing: Is there a difference between stability/ responsibility and rational thinking? Do you always have to choose between responsibility and adventure? What is great about taking responsibility for your life?
Today we're sharing with you our very special Radio Live show "What is love" . In this episode we're discussing: What is love? And why is it so difficult to define it? What are the Five most interesting facts about love? How to get to woman's heart based on the 5 favorite love movies, according to our listeners.
This episode is a part 2 of Ava's solution and we're discussing: How to move from co-dependent to inter-dependent relationship? What is loving communication all about? Why are sex & spontaneity important?
Ava has been with her partner for about 10 years and it has been a good relationship so far. However, she has started to miss the butterflies and magic from the beginning of the relationship. Ava is asking us three very interesting questions: What can I do to feel this way again? Is there a way to feel this way with the same partner? What is your advice for a happy long-lasting relationship?
This episode is a part 2 of "5 wedding models for an International Marriage and we are discussing: Why is it important to know the reason why are you REALLY getting married? What's the purpose of setting your wedding vision? How having your priorities straight is useful when it comes to choosing the right wedding model? What are the pros & cons of the first two models?
Anna is about to marry the love of her life. Unfortunately, Anna and her fiance have some challenges when it comes to organizing the wedding. They just don't seem to be able to get the logistics to hang together, as they come from two different countries and they would both like their families to join the ceremony.
This episode is a part 3 of Paul's solution and we're discussing: How to keep motivated? How to establish empowering routines and rituals? Why is it important to surround yourself with the right people?
This episode is a part 2 of Paul's solution and we're discussing: What's the difference between feeling inspired and being creative? And what's needed for experiencing inspiration and creativity? How having a vision helps in regaining your creativity?
Paul is a musician and this is his true passion. He used to work in a music industry and it brought him a great satisfaction. Then he got married and he's co-parenting his son. He has a full-time job that pays his bills and he simply doesn't feel the inspiration and energy to start creating the music again.
Ruby's friend found her boyfriend on Tinder and Ruby is slightly disturbed about that fact. She's not quite sure what's the best way to find out what is her boyfriend doing there. We have prepared 5 ways for her to try to figure out what's going on.
Tobias is ready to start his own business. He has a promising business plan in place and his resignation form - printed and signed. Yet he is procrastinating telling his boss, as he really appreciates him as a manager. He's also lacking self-confidence and trust that it will all work-out and is a bit concerned how he can deal with the clients since he's quite shy.
Mark met a girl on Tinder and he feels that there's something special about her. He'd really like to meet her, but she's already dating another guy! Apparently, she follows strict rules about only dating one guy at the time, but she continues to text Mark. How can Mark convince her to go out with him?
Maggie has a child and she's thinking about having another one soon. But she feels veeeery tired. It's a very personal decision so, this time we've prepared 5 reflections to help Maggie take this very important conclusion.
In this episode we're discussing: Why do people want to do volunteering? How is having a long-term vision of your life helpful when deciding what to do with your free time? How to get motivated to do something more meaningful?
Today we're solving Emma's challenge. Emma is only 16 years old and she already now has to take an important life decision. We have prepared 5 steps to support her on the journey of selecting the right school for her.
Tetra has a persistent admirer and she's wondering how to avoid all that unrequired attention. This time we have prepared: 5 options from friends & colleagues that we have interviewed AND 5 actual options that we're proposing for Tetra
Sam would like to quit smoking. For good. But how do you do that if you have tried & failed before? Breaking a pattern that no longer serves us, which we have repeated over and over again is quite a journey. But don't worry, we've got you covered. We have prepared 5 steps that will allow you to dig deep into your mind to help you set yourself up for success.
“Getting back out there"…and diving into the world of dating can be slightly confusing or even intimidating; especially if we had some bad experiences in the past. One of our readers, who chooses to stay anonymous, asked us how to do it and we have prepared for her – and anyone else who is about to “get back in the market” – 5 Golden Rules for “Getting Back Out There” like a Pro
Chris is feeling unmotivated and uninspired at his current job. He/ She is ready to move on in the professional life and location-wise but doesn't know how to overcome the fear of losing comfort. Chris has already come up with some ideas of what he/ she could do instead, so this time we have decided to offer... 5 steps to facilitate the process of gaining clarity, overcoming fear and making the right decision for you, so that you can move on in your life.
We want to take the opportunity to wish you all amazing Christmas and a wonderful New Year's Eve Celebration. We truly believe that it is up to each and every one of us to determine how we feel during the Holiday. Therefore, we have prepared Christmas tips & tricks that will help you pump up your inner spirit
For many of us Christmas is a wonderful period, but apparently, it's also quite challenging! Therefore today we are solving 5 different challenges. This time we have prepared 5 Options for each of the Five Christmas challenges to inspire you to find your own way in making your Holiday amazing, despite the different issues...
For many of us, Christmas is a wonderful period, but there are also other people for whom it is a rather lonely time because they have just broken up with someone, live far away from home or feel lonely in the crowd. Lisa has just divorced her husband and she's wondering: would it be a good idea to spend the holiday with her ex?
Maddy is wondering how many of the expats would go into sugar dating to finance their lifestyle and pay the bills? We are wondering if there is anything bad or wrong with sugar dating? We came to a conclusion that the only context it should be considered in is:Is sugar dating GOOD for YOU? And how do I figure this out?
Alice has been together with her boyfriend for almost 5 years, but she feels the relationship is leading nowhere as he is not really eager to propose. What we would like to offer Alice, is a different perspective: How about shifting attention from “Will he or will he not propose?” to "Why do I want to be married to him in a first place?"