101 Love and the Modern Woman
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“When you can be strong alone, you will be stronger together.”
It can feel like you have to choose between a successful career and a successful relationship, especially in this modern age where the line between a high functioning person, a real go-getter and a workaholic can get blurred.
But you don’t have to!
Amber Hawley spent most of her career helping high-achieving couples in silicon valley. As a licensed therapist she understands the particular struggles and demands of this modern landscape. For over 20 years she has been helping passionate, striving high achieving couples reconnect and rekindle their relationships and she is here today to share her wisdom.
In today’s episode, we talk about masculine and feminine energy, the line between striving and avoiding, the clues that your relationship may be in trouble and what ONE thing you can do right now to make your relationship better.Join us as we take a look at all this, and how ADHD, perfectionism and high achievement go together.
What you’ll hear in this podcast:
- Why strong women may struggle in relationships
- Societies fear of masculine energy in women
- What does it mean to be high achieving
- High functioning, high achieving, the go-getter, a rose by any other name
- What does ADHD have to do with it?
- The “balance” backlash
- When overwhelm warns you
- Are you a workaholic?
- How to communicate when Communication goes out of the window
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