(Part One) How to be in a Healthy, Loving Relationship, with Dr Thomas Jordan

Season 9
Season 9
(Part One) How to be in a Healthy, Loving Relationship, with Dr Thomas Jordan
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Why do so many of us settle for unfulfilling relationships?

When we are children we dream of a fairytale wedding with a happy ever after, yet this couldn't be further from the reality. In the United States, 50% of people get divorced from their first marriage... but why?

“Often I hear phrases like “men always cheat” or “women are always controlling” from people who are always in relationships that reflect these statements i.e. the boyfriend/husband cheats or the girlfriends/wife is extremely controlling.

Beliefs become engrained into our subconscious through past experiences and overtime they become repeating patterns. These patterns cause breakups, divorce, toxic relationships and they make people afraid to go into more relationships.

Time and time again, relationship after relationship, we tend to give up hope, succumbing to negative beliefs and patterns that contribute to our relationships, or lack thereof. I certainly know many people in my life who always end up with the same type of person who ends up letting them down.”

Clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst, Dr Thomas Jordan, shines the light on how we can all overcome these relentless divorce rates and have a fulfilling love life.

Join Dr Jordan and I as we discuss how to dispel beliefs and patterns that are preventing so many of us from healthy, long-lasting relationships. Tune in next week to part two of this podcast!

"Awareness is a powerful tool. It's not just awareness, but knowledge of oneself. It's something that can be applied. In fact, I happen to believe the most important feature is the application after you become aware of something that's unhealthy"

About Today’s Guest: Dr Thomas Jordan

Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Certified Psychoanalyst, Board Certified Disability Consultant

Dr. Thomas Jordan is a clinical psychologist and interpersonal psychoanalyst with a private practice in New York City. He specializes in the treatment of individuals with disappointing love lives.

Dr. Thomas Jordan is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst in private practice in New York City. He is on the faculty of NYU’s Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis, author of Learn to Love: Guide to Healing Your Disappointing Love Life and founder of LoveLifeLearningCenter.com. Dr. Jordan specializes in the treatment of unhealthy love lives and has been studying them for over 30 years.

Learn to Love: Guide to Healing Your Disappointing Love Life is a self-help book written for people who are experiencing repeating disappointments in their love lives. This book is a product of 30 plus years of clinical research and the treatment of people with repetitive love life difficulties by Dr. Thomas Jordan, a clinical psychologist in New York City.

Learn to Love is an easy-to-read guidebook that shows readers a simple and highly effective way of dramatically improving their psychological ability to form and sustain a healthy love relationship. The basic premise in Learn to Love is: by identifying what you’ve unknowingly learned about love relationships in your life, you can then unlearn what was unhealthy and dramatically improve the success of your love life.

Dr. Jordan’s book describes his step-by-step method of helping people find out what they’ve learned about love relationships when it’s unhealthy, and how to change it. The ideas in this book have helped many of Dr. Jordan’s patients improve their love lives, as well as improving his own love life as he discusses in the book. Learn to Love has won four book awards: Nonfiction Authors Association Gold Book Award 2021; Independent Press Book Award 2021; Readers’ Favorite Silver Book Award 2020; New York City Big Book Award/Distinguished Favorite 2020.

Connect with Dr Jordan and the Love Life Learning Centre:

Love Life Learning Centre

Dr Thomas Jordan created Love Life Learning Centre to help people with love life problems find the information they’ll need to solve them.
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