Remaining faithful for life is a tall order. Statistically in the U.S., 41% of married people admit to either physical or emotional infidelity, and two thirds say they would have an affair if they knew they'd never be caught. In the last 50 years the definitions and styles of partnership have broadened to include gay, bisexual and transgender marriages, blended families, and cohabitation without marriage. We often have three or four long term partners in adulthood, we may live in different cities and commute, sleep in separate bedrooms, and have different sets of friends. In this episode, I will be sharing the conversation with Dr. Bonnie Comfort, Ph.D., we will explore why people have affairs, what we can learn about love from their experiences, how we can cope with either having an affair ourselves or discovering our partner has been cheating.

Astrology + Philosophy with Carol Ferris

The language of astrology describes the rhythms of time, the passages of light and dark. Astrology is based on the idea that not all times are like all other times, that each time is unique and knowable. And that all places or relationships are not like all other places or personal connections. Join renowned astrologer and philosopher Carol Ferris M.A., for a discussion about how astrology and philosophy illuminates this particular time we are living in right now.

QOYA: A Compass for Navigating an Embodied Life

Meet Rochelle Schieck, creator and founder of Qoya Movement and the author of Qoya. Qoya is based on the idea that through movement, we remember our essence is wise, wild and free. Qoya has evolved from a movement system into a lifestyle of soulful embodiment that will teach you how to access, identify, and remember the physical sensation of truth in your body through your own personal experiences. Rochelle is a powerful leader in the mind/body/soul movement. She has been featured in O, The Oprah magazine, The Huffington Post, The Telegraph, Psychology Today and many more.

In the Kitchen with Cathy Whims

In the food and restaurant industry, women don’t need the same courage as men. They need more. The Culinary Institute of America, the nation’s premier culinary school, didn’t accept women until 1970, but now 44% of its students (out of 3,000) are women. Leading the way for women is Portland, Oregon's Cathy Whims. She's considered a rockstar in a city that puts a high value and quality on their food scene. Cathy has been a leader in the restaurant world for over 30 years and is a six-time James Beard Award finalist. I can't wait to learn more about her courage muscles.

    Narcissism: Personality Disorder or Midlife Crisis

    How do we navigate midlife well when many couples have been together for decades and suddenly they start to unravel with great distance between them as midlife approaches. This time in life is often named one's midlife crisis - which is understood through an insensitive selfishness that creates a great divide between two people, often leading to divorce. But might this actually be the price tag of Narcissism. In an effort to understand the difference, I am honored to interview renowned therapist Brian G. Cox, LCSW, who has an acute understanding of midlife and narcissism.

    Expanding Awareness, Joy and Intuition Through Applied Improvisation

    Improvisation - sometimes referred to as Improv - is a state of being, co-creating action in the moment, without a script. Improv is taught mainly as a perfmormance art, but it can be applied to any aspect of work or life where spontaneity, creativity, collaboration, adaptability, flexibility and trust are needed. It is being used all over the world in business, academia, humanitarian organizations and community groups as a methodology for interaction and transformation. One critical element of improvisational work is status behavior. On this program, we will be exploring the differences and the connections between Status and Power. We will discuss these forces and examine how they impact relational behavior. 

    Conversation with a True Yogini - Britt B Steele

    The Self-Love Lifestyle: Meet Britt B Steele, a woman who lives what she teaches and who lights the way for many - Britt is a modern day Yogini. Britt leads individuals on Pilgrimages - her renowned book title and program are entitled: Pilgrim. Britt explains ~ "No matter how devoted we are to the good stuff, life is life, and there is only so much we can do to prepare for the challenges life throws in our direction. We need regular practices that keep close to us the tools to be strong, balanced, flexible, and deeply grounded so we can deal with the unexpected, the undeniably painful stuff that happens for all of us at some time or another, and the realities that we ALL face as human beings walking through life. Pilgrim is for anyone who wants to cultivate those tools and keep them close by for the hard times."

    Relationships, Loss and Self-Transformation

    According to the latest census, approximately 50% of adults in the U.S. are legally married. 17% more have been married more than once. Yet about half of all marriages end in divorce. What goes wrong? Why do couples fight? How can they overcome feeling hurt and angry and distant? What can they do to fix it? This program will focus on what you can do to improve your intimate partnerships, whether it's a legal marriage or a fully committed long term relationship. Part Two of our program is about coping with the loss of your partner from either death or divorce. How do you navigate this pain? How do you rebuild your life? How do you find peace again? Yes, you are resilient, but there are also steps you can take to help yourself through this difficult journey.

    The Astrology of Now with Carol Ferris

    The language of astrology describes the rhythms of time, the passages of light and dark. It's based on the idea that not all times are like all other times, that each time is unique and knowable. And that all places are not like all other places. Join renowned astrologer, Carol Ferris M.A., for a discussion of how astrology illuminates this particular time we are living in right now. Can astrology shed some light on the election, on current social and political currents? More generally, how can astrology speak to our own natures, and to our personal relationships?

    Finding Meaning in Addiction and Recovery

    Addiction and recovery are, at their core, about the meaning of life. Life on the Rocks is the first book to address addiction and recovery from a Western philosophical perspective, offering a powerful set of tools sharpened over millennia. Author Peg O'Connor, PhD introduces some of the core concepts and vexing questions of philosophy to help addicts and those affected by their addiction to examine and perhaps transform the meaning they make of their lives. Without assuming any familiarity with philosophy, Dr. O’Connor illuminates issues all addicts and their loved ones face: self-identity, moral responsibility, self-knowledge and self-deception, free will and determinism, fatalism, the nature of God, and their relations to others. Life on the Rocks is an indispensable guide to the deeply philosophical concerns at the heart of every addict’s struggle.


    You have the power to create a good or bad divorce. It’s important to understand this as soon as possible so you can make intelligent choices and avoid unnecessary damage. If you have children, you will be connected to your spouse forever, regardless of the divorce. A divorce will end the marital relationship, but it doesn’t end the parenting relationship. You will be together many times over the years, so limiting the damage done during your divorce is not only smart, it will make life easier for your children.


    Listening to your true inner voice above the noise of what you've been trained to believe is not easy. Often it is most difficult to figure out who you really are when there are so many people and experiences trying to shape you into what they want or expect you to be. Meet Elizabeth LeMay, who miraculously broke free from the great expectations that were put upon her by herself and others. This show will teach you how to have your own transformative break-through. How to unbecome those parts of your being that don't serve, nurture or foster your authentic self.