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Whether you struggled with mental health issues before the pandemic, or your anxiety/depression has heightened over the last few years: you're not alone. In this episode, Amelie and her guests - Haley Caddes & Jaci Marie Smith - will discuss how to be a supportive partner while your significant other is going through a mental health crisis. Along the same lines, how can your partner assist you if you're struggling with your own mental health? Through a deep dive into all things mental health, this episode will normalize the conversation around therapy and give lessons for dating when you're feeling anxious or depressed.
Whether we're aware of it or not, most of us living in America have been shaped by the competitiveness of capitalism. Add social media into the mix and a constant dose of body image scrutiny, and you've got a recipe for insecurity. How can you transcend the myth of "perfectionism" and develop a healthy body image? More importantly, how can you maintain this outlook while dating?
Amelie sits down with her guests - Kelsey Kreppel & Gabby Morrison - to explore how to set healthy boundaries within relationships. They will also explore what "healthy" looks like by outlining tips for creating strong experiences and dispelling outdated dating rules (i.e. "wait three days to call or text back."), and dive into how to help people manage their expectations (and reactions!) when boundaries are discussed.
Parting is such sweet sorrow…and sometimes, really ugly. Is there such a thing as "conscious uncoupling"? Is this the standard we should strive for? When is the right time to get back out there and pursue something new? In this episode, Amelie and her guests - Ian Paget & Isha Punja - explore the final chapters in various relationships and help viewers recognize when it's time to say goodbye. Through a classic mixture of market research and personal experience, Amelie, Ian, and Isha will explore the right– and wrong– ways to say "it's over."
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