We've all had moments where we look at a loved one and think, "WTF?" It could be something they said or did that makes us feel confused, angry, or hurt, and often disconnected. In episode 7 of The Happy Wanderers Podcast, Matt and Sunaina share a powerful way to reconnect: by understanding the needs the other person is trying to meet in that moment. Matt and Sunaina share examples of their prior conflicts (juicy!) and how needs ca... Read more
Every day we tell ourselves that we "have to" or "should" do certain things, and this thinking can take the joy out of our daily lives. In this episode, Matt and Sunaina chat with Clara Moisello from the New York Center for Nonviolent Communication about how we can view our responsibilities through a more beautiful lens, by seeing how everything we do is to meet an underlying need.
What does it mean when we say, "I love you"? Matt and Sunaina share how these words can be an expression of appreciation for needs being deeply met by another person, and how relationships are only one beautiful way among many to meet our needs.
Matt and Sunaina talk about how to set intentions, instead of resolutions, that can lead to growth and joy. What are your intentions for the week, month, or year?
Matt and Sunaina talk about how to fight! Arguments can be painful, but if we use empathy and deep listening (even when it's f*@!ing hard), then arguments could even strengthen our relationships.
In this episode, Matt and Sunaina discuss the super power of self-empathy and its ability to find joy, especially in moments of self-judgment.
In this introductory episode of The Happy Wanderers Podcast, Matt and Sunaina discuss their intentions for the podcast and what happy wandering means to them.