06/24/2012 “Relationships” / “Mental Health”

Tonight’s guests:

Jim Gulnick & Lisett Guevara 8-9 PM

website: www.90daysoulmate.com, www.90daysolutions.com, webtalkradio.net/shows/love-works/

Book: Single?  How I found my perfect match in 90 days

Lisett Guevara and Jim Gulnick are the hosts of Love Works, The Science of Relationships. Their book, “Single? How I found my perfect match in 90 days”, documents the actual process that Lisett used to discover herself and uncover Jim. The results and story of the process were so extraordinary that family and friends urged the couple to write a book and share the information. Lisett and Jim are not only talking about relationships, they are a living example of the advice they offer.  Lisett and Jim are not only co-authors and co-hosts but also husband and wife.

Questions for guest:

  • 1) Why is a rebound person the best way to get over a past relationship?
  • 2) Oh so you are kidding… What are other  traditional techniques to get over a past relationship that people commonly use?
  • 3) So the traditional techniques don’t really help as much as we’d like to think… Do you have a better way and what do you recommend?
  • 4) How can someone overcome the paralyzing fear of suffering another broken heart when their emotions control their logical mind?
  • 5) What are the problems that people have when they are initially try to attract and develop a relationship?
  • 6) What is the secret to finding the love of your life in 90 days?
  • 7) Why are people afraid to reveal too much about themselves and why is that exactly what they should do?
  • 8) How can people apply these tools to existing relationships? What advice do you have?
  • 9) When it comes to relationships, why are we set up for failure?
  • 10) People I know say they always attract the wrong person, why does that happen?
  • 11) I see that in different interviews and articles you have written, you discuss people sabotaging their relationships. What do people do to sabotage their relationships and how can they stop?
  • 12) How do family, history, and past relationships effect a person’s ability to have a healthy relationship?
  • 13) How did two engineers happen to become experts in relationships?
  • 14) What is your mission through your books, seminars, and workshops?
  • 15) I see you also are business consultants. How does running a business and finding my perfect match fit?
  • 16) How can people find out more information about your book or contact you for training or speaking?

Related Links:

Quotes about Relationships

Dr. Eli Karem 8pm to 9pm

Website:  http://www.elikaram.com/

Twitter: @drelilive

“Eli Karam, Ph.D., LMFT is a clinician specializing in couple and family therapy and maintains a private practice in Louisville, KY. Dr. Eli is currently the President Elect for the Kentucky Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (KAMFT) and an Assistant Professor in the Family Therapy Program in the Kent School of Social Work at the University of Louisville. There he conducts research on couple and family relationships, teaches and supervises therapists-in-training”

Related Links:

Couple Therapy

Marriage and Family Therapy (from Dr. Karem’s web page)
MFT at the University of Louisville


Gerry Goertzen 9-10 PM

website: www.RiverbendCounselling.ca, www.Relational-triumph.com

Book: Relational Triumph

Gerry Goertzen is the director of Riverbend Counseling Group – they offer therapy for individuals, couples and families.  They also provide group therapy, do workshops and have a Life Coach on staff.  Gerry has been counseling for over 20 years. He also wrote the book called Relational Triumph – a guide on how to resolve stress that comes from relationships.

Questions for guest:

  • 1.      Is mental health only a concern for the people who have been diagnosed, or is it something we should all be concerned about?
  • 2.      What are some of the most apparent mental health issues?
  • 3.      How is our mental health and physical health connected?
  • 4.      Can people avoid mental illness or if they became mentally ill was that something they were destined to get no matter what?
  • 5.      How can mental health issues harm family relationships?  How is it possible to overcome the stress that mental health puts on a family?
  • 6.      Is there a threshold that a spouse or loved one might reach, at which time they should leave or protect themselves?
  • 7.      What are some practical things a person can do to maintain or enhance their mental health?

Related links:

American Psychological Association

Mental Health: Medline Plus

National Alliance on Mental Illness

Quotes about Social Anxiety and other Anxiety Disorders


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Dr. Stan Frager Show


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