Category: Therapy

  • E59: Decisions and Consequences

    It’s been a few months since the flood of sexual misconduct and child abuse accusations hit Hollywood, so where are we now. We catch with the trials, accusers and the accused and discuss where the ‘Me Too’ movement has progressed. John and Angelique rant about their positions and add a few personal experiences that hit […] More

  • E58: A Word from the Perverted Side

    Count Boogie is a musical comic and lifetime sex-positive adventurer. From abused kid, to Christian preacher, to radio DJ, drug, and alcohol abuse, to sober Atheist BDSM practitoner, he offers his life experience to others in hope they don’t feel shame for simply being “who they are”. Boogie currently co-hosts Perverted Podcast, dedicated to inspiring people’s […] More

  • E57: Dealing with Holiday Madness

    Tonight we talk with Kathy Slaughter about how to deal with the holiday madness. Simple techniques on how to handle the holiday season with love ones, friends, and more. Life-long student Kathy Slaughter currently pursues the craft of psychotherapy where she specializes in human sexuality, relationships and trauma at her private practice in Indianapolis, Indiana. […] More

  • E56: Face Of A Feminist

    Feminist is not a bad word. Face of a Feminist empowers women and girls through a video series and other motivational events. Non-profit 501(c)(3) charity was created by Orlando Radio Celebrity personality Laura Diaz. Laura Diaz Bio * I’m a strong woman who’s not afraid to speak up and speak out * I have a passion […] More

  • E55: Branding A Global Luxury Pleasure Products

    Robin Stewart is the Brand Manager of JOPEN, a global luxury pleasure product company with a business model focused on form and function. Her diverse background began in 1999 and includes international sales, marketing, instructional education, and personalized brand management in the luxury hair care and magazine publishing industries. Passionate about customer service, Robin loves […] More

  • E54 – From Princess to Queen

    Dr, Martha Tara Lee comes back to the show to talk about her latest book “From Princess to Queen” The book is a journey of her own sexual education experience and how she can use it to help others. With her “36 Things I wished I learned in Sex Ed” list. To talking about the […] More

  • Investment into Therapy

    Therapist Nicki discusses why therapy is an investment in your mental wellbeing. Therapy is a necessity like physical health; it is not a luxury like many believe. She also discusses the educational component into becoming a therapist. ———————————– If you would like to contact me for a free consultation: Text or call: 678-964-4793 Email: relationship.positive.therapy@gmail.com […] More

  • Can you stop your thoughts?

    If you are depressed, anxious, angry, worried, confused, frustrated, upset, or ashamed, please remember that you are not alone in your struggle with painful feelings and experiences. Everybody experiences emotional distress sometimes. It’s normal. But when the pain becomes too strong and too enduring, it’s time to take that important first step toward feeling better. […] More

  • When Trauma Won’t Quit: Understanding Complex Posttraumatic Stress

    The current accepted diagnosis for experiencing a single traumatic life event is posttraumatic stress (PTSD). In diagnosing posttraumatic stress, clinicians must see that the person experienced a traumatic life event in which they were involved in or witnessed events where death or serious injury was threatened or there was a threat to physical integrity of […] More

  • How Codependency Resembles a Relationship Addiction

    The term “codependent” is used loosely. A quick Google search on the term turns up a Huffington Post article titled “NBC and Brian Williams Put Codependent Relationship on Hold” and BuzzFeed’s “8 Important Facts About Always Giving Too Much Of Yourself In Relationships.” Although these articles are entertaining and certainly fall in line with an underlying cultural […] More

  • How to Offset the Negative Emotional Effects of PTSD

      Trauma is defined as an injury, either physical or emotional, which can lead a person to experience psychological, physiological, and emotional distress. This distress can manifest in our thoughts, emotional experiences, and body sensations. When these symptoms persist, this sometimes leads to the development of posttraumatic stress, also known as PTSD. Posttraumatic stress is […] More

  • How to Recognize the Signs of Posttraumatic Stress (PTSD)

    “mcnImage alignleft” “Posttraumatic stress, or PTSD as it is more commonly referred to, is a serious condition that affects many people worldwide. As June is PTSD Awareness Month, learning more about this condition can be helpful in order to gain a better understanding of the struggles that many individuals deal with on a daily basis.” […] More

  • Trauma and Abuse Resources

    Trauma Resource Center The Crisis Center of Tampa Bay brings help, hope and healing to people facing serious life challenges or trauma resulting from sexual assault, suicidal thoughts, domestic violence, financial distress or emotional or situational problems.  Get The Help You Need to Break Free From Addiction. America’s #1 Alternative Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment […] More