Couch Time with Amy Wine

Couch Time with Amy Wine

If you’re an Overwhelmed, Jesus Lovin’ CEO, it’s time to design a life you can’t wait to wake up to each day. Stop simply surviving and start thriving in your day-to-day! We all have the same 24 hours and it’s time to lay your head on the pillow at night, calm and peaceful, having clarity in knowing what your next morning holds. Join Award-Winning Marriage & Family Therapist, Peak Performance Business Strategist, and Successful CEO Amy Wine as you discover how to align with your true self, form deep connections in your relationships, and build a business that is thriving beyond your wildest dreams. One thing you will learn is that Amy believes in Real Life, Real Relationships, and Real People. You’ll relate easily to her down to earth, often quirky, sometimes sassy manner as she opens up about her own ups and downs in life, marriage, and complete overwhelm in business. We should probably not mention her - always putting herself last lifestyle. She simply gets what you’re going through as an Overwhelmed CEO. Tune in to the Couch Time with Amy Wine Podcast and step out of OVERWHELM into a Life You Love.


October 5, 2022 15 min

Have you ever thought of your marriage as being like a football game? Probably not, but here’s what they have in common: staying within the boundaries is important if you want to win. 


So, how do you avoid going out of bounds in a marriage? I am discussing the important boundaries that every marriage needs by covering seven of the most common problems married couples encounter because they fail to set boundaries. 


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Freedom and love are the foundation of a good marriage, so why do some people seek to control their spouses? What does control look like? And if you're the controlling spouse, is it too late to break this damaging habit?


These are some of the questions that we’re answering in this episode. We’re taking a look at some of the different ways we try to control each other in marriage (sometimes without even realizing we’re doing i...

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Here on Couch Time with Amy Wine, we’re not afraid to tackle the subjects that no one else wants to talk about, so with that said, are you ready to get real and raw? We’re talking about infidelity. 


I know you don’t want to think about ever being hurt by infidelity, but what if you are? Would you be equipped with the tools to handle it? By the end of this episode, you will be. 


I’m sharing a step-by-step plan to heal a relation...

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What is the number one thing that impacts your marriage and business that most people don’t talk about?


Your values. That’s right, your values are your true north and the foundation for how you conduct yourself in business and marriage.


We all experience conflict in marriage, but if your value systems are total opposites, you’re going to struggle. 


I don’t think we talk about this enough, which is why this episode is so impor...

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Do you ever look at people who seem to have perfectly balanced businesses and marriages and wonder how they do it? What’s their secret?


Working in the same space as your spouse means there’s very little separation between work and marriage, and that might sound great, but it’s not always easy! 


In this episode, I’m sharing everything I’ve learned about balancing business and marriage. If you’re in the thick of it right now, you...

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Do you find it hard to make genuine connections with people in our day and age?


We live in a world where it can feel like everyone is hiding behind a screen, and the pandemic made it harder than ever to make in-person connections. I’m joined by Amanda Christine to talk about why it’s so important for us to be making meaningful connections, and she’s sharing her practical tips on how to do it. She’s also sharing why making connect...

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How could a coach change your life and business?


In this episode, I’m joined by board-certified pediatrician Dr. Obidi to talk about coaching and leadership from a business and personal perspective. 


Dr. Obidi has some amazing insight into the value of coaching and how to approach coaching with the right mindset. He’s also touching on the importance of delegating when it comes to trying to balance different areas of your life. 


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What do you think is the number one reason for conflict in a marriage with an entrepreneur? 


I’ll give you a hint: It’s not finances or communication. Those are some big ones too, but they aren’t the reason we are talking about today. 


You’ve probably noticed from listening to the podcast that there is a lot of crossover between marriage and business, and you’ll see that pattern emerge again in this episode. 


There are charac...

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“Vulnerability” is a buzzword that we hear fairly often these days, but why is it so important in building a business or nurturing a relationship? Vulnerability can add a level of depth and connection that would otherwise be difficult to reach.


In this episode of Couch Time with Amy Wine, I am chatting with my friend and business coach, Lianne Kim, about why vulnerability has been essential in her business. 


Lianne Kim is the F...

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When yelling and silence no longer work on your husband, is it time to give up? How can you establish a connection with someone who is emotionally unavailable?


In this episode of Couch Time with Amy Wine, I’m joined by my husband, Jon, because I think it's about time we hear his side of things. We talk about how our conflicting family backgrounds have ingrained certain habits and values in us that we have had to unlearn to sa...

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Do conversations with your partner turn into arguments without you meaning them to? Do you find yourself criticizing or thinking the worst of them without even realizing it?


In this episode, we’re taking a look at an example of how negative feelings can escalate in a marriage. This is not an uncommon problem, so if you’re struggling with this in your marriage, know that you’re not alone. 


We’re talking about something called “n...

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Do you sometimes find yourself craving the company of other people? Small moments of connection with the people in your life have a big impact. 


Sometimes you might feel isolated and disconnected from others, even when you’re surrounded by people. This sense of separation has a destructive effect on your ability to rest. 


When you’re feeling this way, you’ll probably want to rely on others to make you feel supported and seen, b...

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Have you ever heard of visionary rest? Probably not, and that’s okay! 


If you’re just joining us over here on the podcast, we’ve been talking about the 7 types of rest God designed you to have, and this episode is all about number 6: visionary rest. If you haven’t listened to the other 5 episodes in this series so far, you can go back and catch those any time you want! 


Visionary rest is the type of rest that gives you room in ...

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What does spiritual rest mean to you? To me, spiritual rest is all about finding rest wherever you are. 


In this episode, I’m sharing a story about a physical place where I find spiritual rest, and how I bring that place with me wherever I go. After all, spiritual rest isn’t found in one specific place, it’s found within. 


This episode is all about the 5th of the 7 types of rest God designed us to have. If you’re just joining u...

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Have you been taught to shelf your emotions? 


Many of us have learned to hide our emotions either as a skill in our professional lives or as a coping mechanism. Turns out, your emotions were never meant to be bottled up. If you bottle up your emotions and never let them out to see the light of day, you’re limiting your ability to heal. 


If this is something you know you do, you’re probably in need of emotional rest. Hiding your...

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Do you have a hard time shutting off your brain?


You’re not the only one. In this episode, we’re talking about why it’s so important to declutter your brain and how to do it. 


We are working our way through each of the 7 types of God-given rest across 7 episodes, and this episode is all about rest type number 3 which is mental rest. 


Much like my desk, our minds are full of clutter all day every day. When you learn how to tid...

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I want you to come to the beach with me. 


The beach is my favorite place, and we’re going to visualize it together at the beginning of this episode to get a little sensory rest. 


I'm back with another episode in our series on rest, and we’re moving on to the second type of rest: sensory. 


There was a time when life moved slower and we could enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of living. Now, life moves so fast it’s a blu...

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Did you know that sleep is not considered rest?


I’m the queen of insomnia, so this is not my favorite topic, but we need to talk about sleep.


Over the next seven episodes, we’re going to talk about the seven types of rest that God designed for you. We’re doing one a week so that you have a whole week to think about and work on each one.  


We’re starting with this episode on physical rest. Physical rest is broken down even fur...

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What would you do if you had more time in your week?


This episode is your guide to creating a purposeful week. I’m taking you step-by-step through the process of taking your chaotic schedule and turning it into your dream schedule. 


This is for you if you’re overwhelmed, overworked, and can’t fit one more thing on your schedule. I know how it feels when you start writing down everything you have to do and you realize you’re nev...

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So, you’ve identified stonewalling in your relationship… what now?


In this episode, I’m joined by my partner in crime, Jon, to talk about how stonewalling has shown up in our marriage. Recently, I sprung it on him that I wanted to take a month-long trip. Turns out that communicating our intentions and expectations for this trip was a little challenging, and what did that lead to? You guessed it: stonewalling. 


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