Redeeming the Father with Adenike Harris

Adenike Harris is an empowerment coach, writer and public speaker. She holds a Master’s Degree in Women’s Studies and is the founder of Restorative Notions. I encountered Adenike at TEDx when I heard her speak and had the privilege of singing a song after her incredibly moving talk, given with her father. I consider her a lightworker, and I was eager to hear from her on personal growth. I believe she will be a comfort and a ray of light for singles keeping the focus on their health and growth and faith in what’s to come. Find Adenike online here.

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Behind the Veil with Robert Kandell

Robert Kandell is a speaker, podcaster and bestselling author who has created an international company based on mastering the art of communication—helping men to walk an unhidden path. Amy interviewed him about his book “Unhidden: A Book for Men and Those Confused by Them” and other concepts that will help any wife or single woman feel she has gotten a peek into some often mystifying territories of romantic life.

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Girlfriend Talk with Blaire Ward

Blogger Blaire Ward has reached thousands with her open hearted, vulnerable, honest and inspiring blog on medium. She is coaching (mostly male) singles through the dating process and had loads of insight into the most positive outlook for a single. My chat with her was refreshing and lovely. Find her online here: https://medium.com/@blaireward/ten-dudes-on-tinder-86fe57b3f27b

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The Next Brave Thing with Liz Kimball

Liz Kimball “writes and directs things, guides multi-faceted creatives to take next-level leaps” and is The Founder of The Collective for Women Creators.
She graciously joined Amy for a fascinating conversation on creating a job based on principles you actually needed for yourself, attending your own lectures, and all kinds of other juicy ideas.

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Mending While Blending with Naja Hall

Naja Hall is direct, clear and fearlessly telling it like it is about delicate matters.

She is a master stepfamily coach, promoting harmony in blended families. I recently heard her on a podcast and was BLOWN AWAY. I felt grateful when she agreed to offer an interview. (She also restarted with me, despite a limited amount of time, after a glitch caused me to lose the 40 minutes we had just recorded!!) Naja offers deep relief through her research, knowledge and ability to communicate. If you are a stepmom, a divorced Mom, or a single that is open to dating a parent, this episode is for you.

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The Wisdom Of Anxiety with Sheryl Paul

Informed by the Jungian depth psychological tradition through her graduate training and particularly the work of Marion Woodman and Robert Johnson, Sheryl Paul is a devotee of the unconscious. She says "our culture tells us that anxiety is the problem but the truth is that it’s the distress flare signaling that it’s time to slow down and discover what needs attention in the interior realms of self. When we shift our mindset from one that sees anxiety as the problem and evidence of brokenness to one that views it as a gift filled with wisdom, everything changes."

Through her books, online courses, private sessions, and blog, Sheryl has guided thousands of people worldwide. Alanis Morissette says Sheryl has been a teacher, a sister, and an inspiring visionary in her life since her twenties. Sheryl has appeared on “The Oprah Winfrey Show”, “Good Morning America” and other top media shows, and in publications around the globe. Her new book, "The Wisdom of Anxiety: How Worry and Intrusive Thoughts are Gifts to Help You Heal," will be published by Sounds True this month.

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New Album Preview 5: Fulfillment

My album is out tomorrow, Tuesday April 30!! It feels like a companion to the podcast principles. Two more songs this week along with another podcast principle— Fulfillment.

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New Album Preview 4: Grief

I made another album!! It feels like a companion to the podcast principles. I have decided to offer samples of two songs a week along with a podcast principle. Today’s? Grief. Feeling. Letting yourself feel challenging emotions does not have to mean it’s a bad day or you’re a failure. Break open, break through.

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New Album Preview 3: Courage

I made another album!! It feels like a companion to the podcast principles. I have decided to offer samples of two songs a week along with a podcast principle. Today’s? Courage. Enjoy!!

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New Album Preview 2: Surrender

I made another album!! It feels like a companion to the podcast principles. I have decided to offer samples of two songs a week along with a podcast principle. Today’s? Surrender. Enjoy!!

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New Album Preview 1: Forgiveness

I made another album!! It feels like a companion to the podcast principles. I have decided to offer samples of two songs a week along with a podcast principle. Today’s? Forgiveness. Enjoy!!

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How Do I Spot a Feminine Female?

This episode goes into a description about the attributes of a feminine female. Maybe you'll recognize yourself, or identify some energies and behaviors that are no longer working for you. Maybe some men out there (write me and answer the question I pose for you in this episode, please!) are interested in what to look for. Maybe a feminine energy spouse who has lost touch with her magic and mystery can reclaim it as a result of listening. Call the Google voicemail at 323-999-1536 and let me know what your questions are!

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Girlfriend Talk with Laura Nylen

Meet one of my oldest friends, Laura Nylen, and listen in as we pick up exactly where we left off with no gaps. I love this woman!! She is a working mom with a mind pointed toward service and growth, married her high school sweetheart, has three children, and she and her husband Mike are unconditionally loving toward their transgender son. Laura’s Mom Lois had her at 48 and transmitted a sense of curiosity and respect for others, (and openness about all topics…) that we still remember. Laura is an emotionally intelligent, conscious, loving mom, wife and friend and has lots of wisdom to share as we continued the conversation on masculine and feminine energies, spirituality, and true acceptance.

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A Conversation with Entrepreneur and Stepmom Lizzie Brown

Stepmom Lizzie Brown and I recently met at the home of Jen Smith ( my guest on “This is My Love Story”). We talked about how well received Jen’s podcast on stepmotherhood was, and decided to continue the conversation, in addition to discussing Lizzie’s app, Yoga Wake Up, which she created with her husband Joaquin. Enjoy!

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Are You Cut Out For a Casual Thing?

I have been hearing from women since the first season of SB and the one constant among issues they have shared with me is what I see as a fear of facing the truth about being cut out for a casual thing. Admitting that you are not means raising your standards and closing the door on crumbs in order to make room for something better. Often this comes in the form of averting attention from “situationships” so you can graduate to a real relationship. If your deepest desire is a committed relationship, and the Interstate of your life still has a side road to the culdesack of texting with someone who cannot step up and define the experience and commit to an exclusive relationship, then it’s time to raise your standards, speak up, and step away from the situationship into relationship. This episode includes a game-ending script for rationally communicating your desires, so you can leave your comfort zone of fantasy and enter the dream of real fulfillment.

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How Do I Spot a Masculine Man?

I received this question from a listener: “As my friends and I date the choppy online dating waters, we debate how to spot a masculine man and differentiate healthy from toxic masculinity, and how to differentiate a masculine from a feminine man. How would you describe the qualities of each of these types of men? What are the differences between then and what are the behaviors that signal them? How can we women who want to come from our feminine respond to these different behaviors?” Thank you!! Such a great question!

Let’s start with SIGNALING. Masculine men wait for a signal. They don’t dive in. Gentlemen wait for a signal before they make an effort. Toxic masculinity is tongue wagging, eye popping flagging you down- it’s not waiting. Heed the FLAG. It’s red. Pat Allen taught me to practice this: Smile without talking and hold eye contact with a man. Often he will respond well if he’s a healthy masculine man. if he doesn’t, take note! Also notice who instigates the signaling as you move about the world. Urgent signaling from a man who won’t wait on you and your passive pace is a red flag of a toxic masc energy. They come on strong and often disappear….oh I have SO much more to say…it’s all for the learning. Tune in!

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The Life and Death Quality to Relationships

Dating has a life and death quality to it- the hope, over and over again, the false starts, the going on ANOTHER date only to find ANOTHER guy you can’t imagine kissing. Another little death inside. The life and death quality of marriage and family. It can be watching your husband drive off and take the kids for a joyful excursion and savoring the alone time, to find yourself looking at photos on your phone as soon as they leave because you just realized your whole life is in that one car! It’s deep, and when we can hold these concepts in their entirety, in the moment, we can often experience the emotional intimacy we crave— the kind that liberates us from petty concern, from blocks that keep us isolated from deep love. I got help from Tony Robbins and Sage on this one. I recorded it right after seeing a video of them, discussing a moment of facing a life or death moment in their love affair, on a plane with a faulty engine. Needless to say…I was in tears. Watch the video here

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On Grandiosity

I think the flip side of grandiosity is depression, and the fantasies that feed grandiosity are not dreams…they are the white sugar high substitute of dreams…unlike fulfilling, nurturing whole fulfillment. After listening to the podcast “Broken Harts” which is a heightened extreme and a dark glimpse into a deceptive use of social media, I sensed a call to ask again- are you showing a “side” of you and utilizing fantasy to take you to the next crash, or honestly sharing yourself, leaving your comfort zone and realizing the fulfillment of your dreams?

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Who Are You When You Are Alone?

Who Are You When You Are Alone? Joe Dispenza writes about closing the gap between who you are and who you present to the world in his book “Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself”. If your gap is too big, you are in for it once you partner! Live today as though you have what you want, flourishing partnership where you are and feel seen…and if your alone time holds secrets…tell them to someone you trust!

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Thriving and Mental Illness with Morgan Pasco

Host Amy Loftus' family friend, a successful real estate goddess named Morgan Pasco, approached Amy about something she wanted to share in real time, on Something Better Podcast. What followed could help a lot of people release the shame often associated with mental illness and diagnosis. Hear from a woman overcoming and thriving, despite the shock of a sharp turn in her life's path.

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