Hey Ass kickers!
Welcome to episode 73 of the Your Kick-Ass Life podcast! My friend, fellow life coach and therapist Dr. Eris is here with us today. Some of you may recognize her, she’s been featured with Dr. Drew, Nancy Grace, NPR, Entertainment Tonight, and she’s also a star of Bravo's LA Shrinks television show. She’s also the author of Emergency Break-up.
On this edition of the show we talk about real sh*t that matters! Dr. Eris gets real about what her relationships were like before her marriage, why rock bottom is a great place to start, and how to keep the sexy in your marriage even with young kids around.
You’ll Also Hear:
- Where did the concept for her book come from?
- Why there is no one-size-fits-all formula for everyone.
- Should love be easy?
- Why do most people seek therapy?
- What are the 3 components of a healthy relationship?
- Why is her sex life better now than it was before being a mom?
- What trips her up the most?
- How to carefully choose a therapist or life coach.And much more!
Dr. Eris and I give you some straight talk on relationships and why taking care of yourself first and healing your past are both vital pieces of creating healthy connections with anyone in your life from your kids to your friends to your husband. You’ll laugh, you’ll relate and you’ll learn on episode 73 of The Your Kick-Ass Life Podcast. Enjoy!
Dr. Eris’ website
Break-up Emergency, by Dr. Eris
Eris Huemer, PsyD MFT, has broken down psychology on sex, love, breakups, divorce and other human behaviors on HLN’s Dr. Drew On Call, Nancy Grace, Jeff Probst Show, Hallmark Channel, NPR, Entertainment Tonight, Extra, KiiS FM with Ryan Seacrest and others. She is a star of Bravo TV’s LA Shrinks, author of Break-Up Emergency: A Guide to Transform Your Break UP into a Break THROUGH and an internationally sought after relationship counselor, author, speaker and CEO of Second Chances International, Inc.
Her mission is to help as many couples and individuals get through their internal roadblocks, stop repeating their same patterns and get into relationships that they want and deserve.
Dr. Eris had an unconventional childhood, living in Hilton and Hyatt Hotels, where her father was the general manager. When asked in kindergarten where milk came from, Eris answered, “room service!” with a huge grin on her face. She moved 14 times before she moved to Los Angeles where she now lives with her husband, Clayton Winans, son, Phoenix and dog, Chu E Bacca.
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