How Your Psychological Love Life Affects Your Relationships with Thomas Jordan
Dr. Zoe Shaw
by Zoe Shaw
7h ago
“Your Love life is not only what is visible in terms of the people you have loved and love. Your love life is also what is inside of you that shapes and determines the kind of relationships you’ll form and the experiences you will or won’t have in love. “ Dr. Thomas Jordan In this episode, Dr. Thomas Jordan: 1. Defines Psychological Love life 2. Explains 12 characteristics of an unhealthy love life. 3. Provides 3 components of the unlearning method when it comes to your psychological love life? 4. Gives you hope that you can change unhealthy patterns in your love life.   Connect with Tho ..read more
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10 Apps for Long-Distance Couples to Stay Connected
Dr. Zoe Shaw
by Zoe Shaw
5d ago
Guest Post, written by Farlyn Lucas Sometimes, work throws our relationships a curveball by making distance a thing temporarily. Careers like corporate employees, or in healthcare like traveling nurses, can face unpredictable work schedules. Without communication technology, this often puts a strain on relationships. Instead of relying on outdated chat software, using the best relationship apps for couples will provide a smooth and meaningful connection for modern life. Best Free Apps for Long-Distance Relationships Just because an app is free does not mean it is inferior. What kills long-dist ..read more
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How to Stay Healthy in a Relationship with a Narcissist – Loving a Narcissist Series #3
Dr. Zoe Shaw
by Zoe Shaw
6d ago
If you are in a relationship with a narcissist, all of the conventional advice you are likely to get is to figure out how to get OUT of the relationship. That is so much easier said than done. And that advice is not for everyone. There are plenty of valid reasons why people choose to stay in a relationship with a narcissist. In this episode, I provide some hope for health in your life even if you choose to stay. You may be staying because you are trauma bonded, another topic for another day. You may be staying because you feel it’s your ethical and moral obligation, you want to keep your fami ..read more
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Loving A Narcissist Series #2 – The Five Types Of Narcissism And How They Show Up In Relationships
Dr. Zoe Shaw
by Zoe Shaw
3w ago
Often, when we think of narcissism, we think of a guy who is arrogant, seeks admiration, talks and thinks of only himself and lacks empathy or care. This is a classic view that causes many women to overlook what’s going on in their relationships, so I wanted to identify the 5 types of narcissism that might be happening so that you don’t feel crazy if someone in your relationship doesn’t quite fit the classic idea, but you know something’s going on. In this episode, I expand on the five ways that narcissism can be exhibited are: 1. Overt 2. covert 3. antagonistic 4. communal 5. malignant. And ..read more
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How Past Trauma Affects Your Current Boundaries with Dr. Tiffany Ross
Dr. Zoe Shaw
by Zoe Shaw
1M ago
 This is a powerful episode in which Dr. Tiffany Ross, therapist and owner of Old to New Creations, shared her own personal story and explained the connection between past trauma and your current boundaries. Dr. Tiffany defined relationship trauma and boundaries. She shared some signs that past trauma is affecting your current boundaries and gave some empathic tools for working on your boundaries while in a relationship that may not be the healthiest. Connect with Dr. Tiffany: https://drtiffanyross.com/   Connect with me: Dr. Zoe Shaw on Instagram Dr. Zoe Shaw on Facebook Don’t forget! T ..read more
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Loving a Narcissist Series Intro
Dr. Zoe Shaw
by Zoe Shaw
1M ago
This is the first in a series of loving a narcissist. In this episode, Dr. Zoe normalizes feelings that partners of narcissists often experience. She gives specific behavior that you should and should not engage in with a narcissist.   Connect with me: Dr. Zoe Shaw on Instagram Dr. Zoe Shaw on Facebook Don’t forget! Text the word “strong” to 38470 to get on my newsletter for monthly inspiration, tips, and encouragement for sometimes struggling superwomen.  The post Loving a Narcissist Series Intro appeared first on Dr. Zoe Shaw ..read more
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Planning For The New Year When Last Year Didn’t Go As Planned
Dr. Zoe Shaw
by Zoe Shaw
1M ago
In every way shape and form, 2022 did not go as planned for me and maybe that’s the same case for you. Today, I want to help you focus on yourself as we move into the new year. If you have had yet another trip around the sun and 2022 hasn’t been what you hoped and dreamed, if you didn’t reach your goals or if life crushing events happened that took you down this year, I’m hoping that you can focus on hope for a few minutes as you listen to this episode. I discuss why it’s important to set goals for yourself even if you don’t make New Year’s Resolutions. I discuss the 5 goals that you should m ..read more
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What Narcissism Is Not
Dr. Zoe Shaw
by Zoe Shaw
2M ago
Narcissism is growing in our society. We simply have more narcissists than we did 50 years ago and as a result it is very likely that you have come in contact with or are in a relationship with one. It’s even more important to note that we all- yes, every one of us has traits of narcissism, which is really just an Ego State. That can make understanding it even more confusing. because everyone is diagnosing those with whom they may be in conflict with- and especially their Exes, it’s important to get an idea of what is NOT narcissism. In this episode, I give a run down of what a narcissist is ..read more
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Creating Gratitude in Your Relationship
Dr. Zoe Shaw
by Zoe Shaw
2M ago
In this season of Thanksgiving, this episode is a gentle reminder to come back to a place of gratitude in your relationship.   Connect with me: Dr. Zoe Shaw on Instagram Dr. Zoe Shaw on Facebook Don’t forget! Text the word “strong” to 38470 to get on my newsletter for monthly inspiration, tips, and encouragement for sometimes struggling superwomen.  The post Creating Gratitude in Your Relationship appeared first on Dr. Zoe Shaw ..read more
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Are You The Parent Or Child In Your Relationship?
Dr. Zoe Shaw
by Zoe Shaw
3M ago
Have you every heard someone who may have two children, say that she has three children- referring to her spouse as the other child? This may sound like a joke, but it often is an insidious clue that the relationship has become parentified. ⁣ ⁣ What does a parent/child relationship with a spouse look like? ⁣ ⁣ Dr. Zoe discusses how the overall ways that you interact with each other in your relationship may cause one of you to take on more of a parent role or a child role. ⁣ ⁣ She answers questions such as: ⁣ ⁣ What are the signs that one of you is becoming parentified?⁣ ⁣ What are the consequ ..read more
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