WeDO Relationships: The Podcast

WeDO Relationships: The Podcast

We believe every day is a great day to share and grow... You probably have a relationship that needs some attention, whether at home or at work. Your breakthrough moments and actionable tools await at WeDOrelationships.com.

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March 16, 2022 28 min

Some four letter words are just that, while some may invite us to be something else... How to be kind to ourself and others.

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On today's podcast, Karla and Richard share some thoughts about the history and invitations that International Women's Day has whispered and roared for us to hear, see and do.

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March 3, 2022 33 min

Sometimes we need to hold two tensions at the same time to let go... By taking the time to do this we can embrace the present moment... with all it's possibilities.

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March 1, 2022 31 min

Anxiety can be triggered very easily in today’s world. We provide an easy way to respond to it, rather than react to it.

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