Dr. Lisa Bobby Interview - Relationship Patterns (and How to Overcome Them) “Relationship Patterns (and How to Overcome Them)” Jasbina Ahluwalia interviews Dr. Lisa Bobby A few topics Dr. Lisa Bobby addresses in this interview are: (1:49) Seeking Pre-Marital Counseling (3:15) Relationship Withdrawal: The Cycle (5:52) Flexibility in Young Love (9:10) Attachment in Relationships (10:49) Fix Communication with Counseling (12:51) Help People Listen: How To (15:47) Early Stages
Build Sense of Connection Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Heather Hans, author of The Heart of Self-Love: Speaking of connection, what do you believe is the most life-changing tip for having those fulfilling relationships that add to our sense of connection? _____ Heather Hans Build Sense of Connection: Love Yourself It’s probably no surprise, but when you treat yourself with love, you will bring loving people and loving relationships into your life. Your outer world reflects your inner world. Build Sense of Connection:
Action Before Motivation Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Heather Hans, author of The Heart of Self-Love: You mentioned the relation between your emotional state and exercise. I’ve been reading a lot lately about movement and being able to change your emotional state just by moving your body. I understand that you made a major career transition from being a CPA to a creative healer, author and video producer. For our listeners who are thinking that
Tools to Happiness Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Heather Hans, author of The Heart of Self-Love: Action comes before motivation. That applies to confidence, too. You need to make a commitment to that. Doing something and seeing your ability to do it and get to the other side of it comes before having that confidence. What would you tell someone who really wants to be their best, but struggles? They struggle with depression or anxiety. What would you tell that person?
Physical Health: 3 Tips Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Heather Hans, author of The Heart of Self-Love: Let’s switch gears to physical health. What are your top three tips for someone who wants to achieve physical health with a healthy, fit body? _____ Heather Hans The basics are eating a balanced whole foods organic diet. Physical Health: Space Out Meals You need to let there be some space between your meals. That gives your body time to rest, digest
Everything is a Relationship Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Heather Hans, author of The Heart of Self-Love: I understand you believe that everything in life boils down to relationships. Tell us what you mean by that. _____ Heather Hans Everything is a Relationship: Examples Every single thing in this universe is in relationship with something else in order to function. You can look at the earth orbiting around the sun. You can look at the human body and all of the
Surrender: Something Will Come Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Heather Hans, author of The Heart of Self-Love: What would you say to someone who feels that he or she has taken all the right steps to achieve their desires but still doesn’t feel like they’ve quite attained what they want? _____ Heather Hans Surrender: Receptive State If someone honestly feels like they have done the work and worked really hard to achieve their desires
Stress Causes Poor Health Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Heather Hans, author of The Heart of Self-Love: You talked about being in a loving emotional state. Often, a lot of physical health problems stem from a person’s emotional state. Can you tell us about that? What are some examples where you see the physical manifestation of not being well due to an emotional state? _____ Heather Hans Stress Causes Poor Health: Physical Problem A stressed emotional state can cause virtually
Love Brings Out Best in You Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Heather Hans, author of The Heart of Self-Love: It all comes together. Like you said, if you have that confidence in life itself, that’s your filter. You will seize those opportunities to resolve. It’s aligned with your belief that everything is resolvable. This show is all about becoming the best version of our authentic selves. What is your best tip who really want to be the best version of themselves?
Self-Love: Power to Heal Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Heather Hans, author of The Heart of Self-Love: That is really profound. I see that all the time when working with clients. I think we’re evidence seekers. Our beliefs are co-creating our realities. If that is one’s world view, that is going to filter everything around us. You said that self-love will heal the world. Tell us about that. That’s a lofty statement. I agree with you. _____ Heather Hans Self-Love: Power to Heal