In this episode, Relationship Coach and Teacher, Jillian Turecki and I talk all things relationships. We start off with Jillian sharing a little about her childhood and what led up to her finding her passion in the world of relationships. Jillian shares some hardships she went through during her "dark night of the soul," from the breakup of her marriage to her mother's diagnosis with stage 4 lung cancer.
We chatted about the "unshakeable courage" it takes to face our fears and learn the relationship and communication skills none of us were taught in school. We talked about the importance of changing the way we see ourselves, the importance of authenticity, the unlearning that must be done, learning how to "feel enough," and actually "make ourselves happy."
But most importantly, we chatted about the importance of working on ourselves. As Jillian says, “Every relationship that I’ve ever had, had one thing in common, and that was me.” Hence we need to stop saying "it's all them."
We chatted about marriage counseling, why that often fails, and why Jillian prefers to work with individuals, as opposed to couples.
Other topics included Jillian's thoughts on dating apps, love verses compatibility, how to keep romance and sex alive in a long-term relationship, twin flames, soul mates and so much more!
Jillian Turecki is a certified relationship coach, teacher and writer who for 20 years has taught others how to transform their relationships with themselves.
Under the tutelage of Tony Robbins and world renowned family therapist Cloe Madanes, Jillian is certified by the Robbins Madanes Center for Strategic Intervention, a renowned coaching program known for its innovative strategic solutions to the most difficult relationship problems. Fueled by an insatiable curiosity about what makes a relationship thrive, Jillian has helped thousands through her teaching and writing revolutionize their relationship with themselves so that they transform their relationships with others. Jillian is sought out for her compassionate, direct, and very authentic style of coaching and teaching.”
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