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Optimal Relationships Daily, steered by the insightful Greg Audino, a seasoned life coach, is a podcast dedicated to enhancing your personal connections. Greg explores the intricate dynamics of relationships, from romantic partnerships to familial bonds and friendships. He handpicks and narrates insightful content from a variety of respected bloggers and experts, offering listeners a rich tapestry of perspectives on relationship building, communication, conflict resolution, and self-love.
Greg's approach is both compassionate and pragmatic, blending his life coaching expertise with relatable experiences and actionable advice. His warm, engaging narration makes even the most complex relationship topics accessible and understandable. Whether you're looking to deepen your existing relationships, navigate challenges, or understand the subtleties of human connections, Greg's guidance offers a daily dose of wisdom and inspiration to help you foster healthier, more fulfilling relationships in all areas of your life.
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Dr. Susan Chanderbhan's “The Wise Parents’ Guide to the Love and Care of a College Student” offers insightful guidance for parents navigating the delicate balance of supporting their college-age children while fostering independence. The article emphasizes the importance of setting clear expectations, having open discussions about responsibilities, and understanding one's motivations for intervention, all while highlighting the mutual growth opportunity for both parent and child during this transitional phase.
Read along with the original article(s) here: https://www.chandpsych.com/blog/wise-parents-guide-to-love-and-care-of-college-students
Quotes to ponder:
“Setting clear expectations and having open, respectful conversations about responsibilities that come with parental support is crucial in fostering a child's independence.”
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- Recommended as one of the four relationship podcasts you should listen to by Tri-City Transitions.
- One of twelve podcasts to be selected by Spotify to trial their new paid subscription service (May 2021).
- A recommended relationship podcast by ClickOrlando.
- Listed as a relationships resource by UNC Wilmington.
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These episodes feature best content on relationships. Topics are of a broad scope and include dating, marriage, parenting, breakup recovery, and more, all with author permission.
A good romantic relationship isn't just based on compatibility or physical chemistry alone. And what about the many other types of relationships in our lives? All of them require time and care to nurture so that we can enjoy and be a part of healthy, supportive relationships.
The aim of this podcast is to help you optimize your relationships across many areas in your life. Knowing how to gracefully end a friendship, embracing motherhood without mom guilt, and forgiveness are just some of the things you'll learn from this unique podcast.
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Greg Audino is a Rhode Island-born certified life coach and graduate of Goucher College. As an actor, he has had principal roles on shows like Westworld and NCIS. He is the host of Optimal Relationships Daily as of 2020, and also hosts the Optimal Living Advice show where he offers solutions to common everyday struggles.
After 602 episodes, Joc Marie of Optimal Relationships Daily decided to pass the torch so she could spend more time with her kids! She enjoys spending time with her husband, Lee Rankinen (co-founder of Optimal Living Daily) and two children, and they love to explore and travel as a family.
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