My guest today is Marcus Lynn. He attends the University of Calgary as a psychology student and he is also a relationship coach. Marcus is someone who has taken his own family’s dysfunctions and traumas and through spirituality, attending ministry school, doing lots of self-help research to successfully possess a healthy and fulfilling community.
Marcus published his first article on medium in 2014 reaching over 10,000 readers. He has now emotionally overcome and rebuilt his life and relationships. He’s passionate about educating others on the topics of intimacy, communication, and healthy relationship practices and focuses on both romantic and platonic relationships alike.
Tune into today’s #HYNwellnesspodcast #18 and find out how you can enhance your relationships, friends, loved ones, but most importantly with yourself– Enjoy the show!
~ When it comes to relationships and connecting, there is a major difference between vulnerability and feedback. Feedback is for you
~ You need to protect the connection you have with your partner. It’s about empathy and connection. If your partner is saying; this is what I feel– you at the very least (if you are looking to protect connection ) need to ask: I don’t understand, can you explain more?Dr. Jess Peatross
~ You need to see, hear, understand you partner. If you aren’t doing that– it is unkind to say the least. ~ The best apologies are restitution. Restitution takes ownership. Real care, real diligence is a commitment.
Show Notes and Topics Discussed:
- Marcus shares his knowledge in educating others on the topics of intimacy, communication, and healthy relationship practices. He focuses on both romantic and platonic relationships alike.
- The advantages of being vulnerable and why it’s vital in relationships
- The difference between hearing what they mean or only listening to what they are saying and everything he knows about relationships in the modern world.
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Marcus website is in the works www.therealisttherapist.com and it’ll be launching soon. In the meantime, you can subscribe to his newsletter for updates.
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