EP53: How Traumatic Events Could Be Triggering You In Your Relationships

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Episode Summary

Meet one of my favorite psychologists and relationship coaches, Dr. Susan Campbell. Dr. Campbell is a psychologist that has worked as a corporate trainer and relationship coach for 55 years. She is a former professor at the University of Massachusetts, and a frequent guest lecturer at Harvard, Stanford, and UCLA. Today, Dr. Campbell shares insights from her latest book, From Triggered to Tranquil: How Self-Compassion and Mindful Presence Can Transform Relationship Conflicts and Heal Childhood Wounds. Join us as Dr. Campbell presents a no-blame approach to conflicts and misunderstandings, empowering us to explore triggers and trauma response and use these as portals to growth and self-compassion. 

Today's Guest

Dr. Susan Campbell

Since 1967, Dr. Campbell has been a couple’s therapist, relationship coach, speaker, workshop leader, trainer of professional coaches, college professor, certified Radical Honesty trainer, and founding teacher of the Getting Real work. The Getting Real work is a body of communication and awareness practices that foster personal healing and social evolution. She has written eleven books on relationships, including several best-sellers.

You’ll Learn

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🖤 What prompted Dr. Susan Campbell to write the book, From Triggered to Tranquil: How Self-Compassion and Mindful Presence Can Transform Relationship Conflicts and Heal Childhood Wounds.

🖤 About the most common attachment styles and how we can heal from them.

🖤 According to Dr. Campbell, what is the root of most human conflict.

🖤 How to activate self-compassion by doing the ‘trigger work’.

🖤 Examples of common triggers and the 5 steps to work through them.

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Talia

Talia is the owner and founder of Rebel Love, a blog that was

 conceptualised during a difficult period of her life, that hopes to turn pain into something positive by fostering discovery and connections.

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