HHTR Flashback Favorite – Love is The Secret Fuel for Enduring Partnerships with Dr Stan Tatkin & Linda Carroll
Original Air Date Wednesday, August 15, 2018
You will love, love, love this episode.
Today, we focus on the biological changes and developmental stages we experience when we feel love. Dr. Stan Tatkin unpacks the innate human need to feel a safe and secure attachment to our loved ones and Linda Carroll explores the practice and chemistry of love for a lasting relationship.
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Dr. Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT — Is Finding a Soulmate a Myth?:
- The role of attachment in connection and coupling. [2:41]
- Dr. Tatkin describes the different types of love from his book, Wired for Dating. [9:05]
- The hallmarks of positive partnering. [13:44]
- Take the fear out of dating and relationships. [17:34]
- The Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT). [24:02]
Dr. Stan Tatkin is a clinician, researcher, teacher and developer of A Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy® (PACT). He is the author of two highly received books, Wired for Love and the audiobook Your Brain on Love, and co-authored Love and War in Intimate Relationships with Marion Solomon, Ph.D.
Dr. Stan Tatkin Website
@DrStanTatkin on Twitter
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Linda Carroll — Learning to Love is a Lifetime Process:
- Linda’s book, Love Cycles, takes an in-depth look at relationships. [28:27]
- The practice of love, empathy, compassion, and understanding. [33:28]
- What happens to our bodies when we fall in love? [39:07]
- Why you should pay attention to how a love interest treats other people. [46:09]
- Achieving intimacy through connection and solitude. [49:36]
Linda Carroll, MS, has worked as a couple’s therapist for over thirty years. She is certified in Transpersonal Psychology, IMAGO therapy, and in the PAIRS psycho-education process. She has studied many modalities of psychological and spiritual work and is also certified in the Hot Monogamy program, which helps couples create (or re-create) the passion that makes relationships thrive. Linda is the author of Love Cycles, Her Mother’s Daughter, and Remember Who You Are.
Linda Carroll Website
@LoveCyclesLinda on Twitter
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