In this thirty minute episode I’ll co-host with Dr. Laura Louis, author of the popular book, “Marital Peace,” which is a valuable resource for supporting couples throughout the challenges of marriage.
Dr. Louis has specialized in helping distant couples heal after infidelity, and in the program discusses some of the ways she recommends rebuilding trust, rekindling intimacy and enhancing communication. Her therapeutic approach has been influenced through trainings in Brazil, Mexico, London and Haiti, as well as hundreds of transformative seminars all over the world.
Don’t miss this vital program if you and your spouse have endured or feel at risk for an affair! Learn some key tools to not only help avoid infidelity, but to restore trust, build forgiveness, and promote growth after an affair. You too can achieve marital peace after this traumatic development.
Call in live with questions or comments at 877-497-9046.
If you can’t make the live show you can listen to the podcast afterward at: www.BlogTalkRadio.com/SusanLager
One way or another, I hope you can join us!
I’m just returning from a whirlwind weekend in NYC with my little sister, Laura. We went to galleries, an amazing museum, tooled all around the city window shopping, people watching, eating ethnic food, and yakked till 5 AM each night the way only sisters who love each other can. Of course, I couldn’t resist the urge to coach her on ways to improve her life, and her relationship with herself. She in return nurtured me with 5 star hotel type service and thoughtfulness. What a joy it is for me to have sisters (I have two) whom I love and enjoy!
If you’re lucky enough to have a sister or two of your own, remember they’ll always be there with and for you, if you allow them to, so count your blessings and treasure them!
Don’t miss “My Five Point Plan For Surviving and Thriving During the Holidays” episode! Due to faulty audio it was rescheduled from last month, but is being re-aired just in time for the rest of the holiday season.
Call in toll-free at 877-497-9046 at 9 PM Wed. 12/5 to join me live on the air with your questions, comments and stories. I’d love to have this be a conversation we can all enjoy and learn from! If you can’t make the live show, you can hear the recorded episode by going to:
NEWSFLASH! (Skype happens – terrible audio on tonight’s show, so I’ll spare you).
Tune into my BlogTalk Radio show, rescheduled to Wednesday, December 5th at 8:30 PM to be part of a compelling and timely episode.
I’ll share my key strategies for not only managing the holiday stressors likely to create depressive and anxious feelings, but also how to set things up to maximize joy, gratitude, connection and meaning with family and friends. Isn’t that what the holidays are supposed to be about?
In this open mic show, listeners are encouraged to call in and share their dilemmas, ideas and stories, to make this episode an interactive experience. To prepare, for less than the price of a latte, callers can get a copy of my original published article, “How To Avoid Disasters At Holiday Family Events” on the Store page of this website.
Call in toll-free at 877-497-9046 at 8:30 PM on Wednesday, December 5th. If you can’t make the live show, you can hear the recording of it anytime by going to: www.BlogTalkRadio.com/SusanLager
Hope you can join me!
I’ve just spent two weekends, each with one of my wonderful, wacky sisters. Unfortunately, we couldn’t coordinate the visits to Maine so we’d all be together, yakking into the wee hours of the morning, tooling around the coast, sharing secrets, boating, walking, recreational eating, shopping, cooking, jewelry hunting, clothes swapping, laughing and more yakking.
Maybe it’s the aging process, but as we all get older there’s an increased sense of tenderness, compassion, and acceptance of each other, as well as a deeper appreciation of our bond. We no longer take each other for granted. We know full well what a blessing it is to have loving family. If you too are fortunate enough to have sisters (or brothers, for that matter), I hope you too cherish them.
“My sisters and I, friends are we, Best of friends we’ll always be”