Reloscope: The Relationships Science Insights Podcast

Relationships are like a kaleidoscope — lots of little shapes in lots of colours that blend together in sometimes beautiful, sometimes uncomfortable ways. They’re complicated, with different personalities and different expectations, and for most of us, negotiating all of that is tough.

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6 days ago

All couples experience stress in their relationships. Stress can come from a variety of factors. From arguments, differences in wants and needs, or neglected feelings. So how should we deal with relationship stress? And how does relationship stress impact our daily life?
In this episode of Reloscope: The Relationships Science Insights Podcast, host Aditi Kutty is joined by Dr. Ashley K. Randall, an Associate Professor in Counseling and Counseling Psychology at Arizona State University, USA. Her area of expertise is in how couples cope with stress in the context of the relationship. 
Dr. Randall has presented and published internationally on these topics. She is the Co-Chair of Division 52’s Science Committee and the Editor-in-Chief of Personal Relationships, the flagship journal of the International Association for Relationship Research. A Fulbright Alumna (Switzerland, 2007) and Specialist (Indonesia, 2023), she is dedicated to international educational exchange. 
Dr. Randall is also a Fellow of the American Psychological Association’s Division 52 (International Psychology).
Aditi and Dr. Randall discuss the definition of relationship stress, how to cope with relationship stress, and the prognosis of a stressful relationship. Dr. Randall also shares her favorite book and work experience as an Associate Professor in Counseling and Counseling Psychology. 
Follow Dr. Randall’s work at https://ashleykrandall.wixsite.com/asucouplescoping. 
Produced by the Relationships Science Labs, a division of LMSL, the Life Management Science Labs. 
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Friday Jan 27, 2023

When we’re in love, we tend to feel attached to our partner. Where does this cross the line into being possessive?
In this episode of Reloscope: The Relationships Science Insights Podcast, host Aditi Kutty is joined by Deepika Mulchandani, a trauma-informed sexual and relationship health therapist, who is focused on supporting people to recognize the impact of trauma in our lives (relational, physical, and sexual) so we can recover and rebuild healthier & more loving relationships and enjoy a better sexual life. 
Deepika is also the founder of The Open Connections, A Somatic Recovery & Relationship Wellness Centre based in Singapore & Indonesia & The Whole Woman Project, an experiential space for women to reclaim feeling safe and empowered as a sexual person through Embodied Belly Dancing, as well as an Advisor to heyy —a mental health app promoting recovery backed by AI technology and led by Human Connection. Deepika is also a Clinical Member of the Singapore Association for Counselling (SAC) and a professional member of the Australian Association of Family Therapy (AAFT). 
Aditi and Deepika discuss reasons why people can get possessive in a relationship, how people should deal with possessiveness in their relationships, and most importantly, how we can recognize possessive behavior in ourselves and others. Deepika also shares her work experience related to romantic relationships. 
Follow Deepika’s works closely via https://theopenconnections.podia.com or connect with her via LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/deepika-mulchandani/ and Instagram @deepikamulchandani. 
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Friday Jan 20, 2023

We have seen many married couples who might look good when together. Yet, after years of living under one roof, they are separated because of infidelity. How could it happen? Is it because they have less relationship satisfaction? Physical appearance? Why and where does it happen?
In this episode of Reloscope: The Relationships Science Insights Podcast, host Aditi Kutty is joined by Dr. Talal H. Alsaleem, PsyD, LMFT, the father of modern infidelity counseling, is an award-winning licensed marriage and family therapist specializing in helping people recover from infidelity—whether alone or as a couple.
He teaches how to use the trauma of an affair to rediscover, establish and maintain healthy relationships with oneself and others through a trademarked seven-step methodology known as the Systematic Affair Recovery Therapy (SART)™ treatment program. 
In addition to offering intensive, one-on-one weekend retreats for couples ready to dive deep and address issues head-on versus spreading treatment out for weeks or months, Dr. Talal also shares his proven framework with other clinicians via CE-credited training and lectures. 
His book, “Infidelity: The Best Worst Thing That Could Happen To Your Marriage” is available on Amazon.com.  You can also find his docuseries, The Infidelity Chronicles, via YouTube. Discover more at www.talalalsaleem.com, or follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
Aditi and Dr. Talal discuss reasons why people cheat, how infidelity affects a romantic relationship, some possibilities for fixing broken relationships, and best practices to avoid infidelity to happen in a romantic relationship. 
Follow Dr. Talal’s work via http://www.talalalsaleem.com/ and connect with him via LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/infidelityrecoveryexpert/ or other social media:Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRfi3YNU1cucDxR8abO6cZg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.talal.h.alsaleem/ Facebook: http://fb.me/DrTalalHAlsaleem 
You can also get his book, “Infidelity: The Best Worst Thing that Could Happen to Your Marriage” via Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Infidelity-Talal-H-Alsaleem-LMFT-audiobook/dp/B081S7HHCT/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=infidelity+the+best+worst+thing+happened+your+marriage&qid=1659736189&sprefix=infidelity+the+be%2Caps%2C120&sr=8-1 
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Saturday Dec 10, 2022

2022 in review: from couple’s routines to fear of commitment; We have covered quite a variety of topics regarding relationships science. Need a quick refreshment on what you have gathered under your belt so far?
On this episode of Reloscope, host Aditi Kutty wraps this year’s lesson into a comprehensive conclusion. We’re deeply grateful to the guests and YOU for making this series possible.
Stick around with our holiday content for the next few weeks! Reloscope is going to be back with our experts on January 13th, 2023.
Finally, the Life Management Science Labs Team wishes you and yours a splendid holiday filled with happiness and insightful knowledge.
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Friday Dec 02, 2022

There are many factors that can contribute to a fear of commitment. From negative experiences, worries of rejection, insecurities, and more. These factors could affect us when we want to start a relationship, especially a romantic relationship with someone we love. How do we move past this issue?
In this episode of Reloscope: The Relationships Science Insights Podcast, host Aditi Kutty is joined by Eleni Neville, a qualified relationship therapist, psychotherapist, and sessional lecturer, with tertiary qualifications in Couple & Relationship Counselling, Sociology, Social Work, & Holistic Counselling.  
Eleni is passionate and inspired to support individuals and couples in times of relational distress and vulnerability. She supports individuals and couples with issues that reflect communication struggles and dynamics, with loss of connection and intimacy, parenting tensions or blended families, cultural differences, infidelity, polyamory, feelings of ambiguity, trauma, separation, and grief and loss.  She even has further worked extensively with LGBTQI couples.
Eleni supports couples to understand their relationship dynamics and patterns more deeply, to work towards accepting their differences, to attend to unresolved hurts, and to re-establish their emotional bonds. Her 15 years of dedication to the field of therapy reflects her belief that life and relational experience can be enhanced through self-exploration and consciousness, human potential, compassion, courage, and loving responsibility. 
 
Eleni and Aditi talk a lot of things about commitment issues, factors of people having commitment issues, and good steps to tackle the fear of having commitment issues. 
Follow Eleni’s work via https://www.thehartcentre.com.au/therapist/eleni/?doing_wp_cron=1666870858.9216411113739013671875 or connect with her via LinkedIn at https://au.linkedin.com/in/eleni-neville-45335444 and Instagram @eleni_relationshiptherapy.
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Friday Nov 25, 2022

What do couple rituals look like and why is it important? And should you hug your partner every day? 
In this episode of Reloscope: The Relationships Science Insights Podcast, we will tackle all that. as host Aditi Kutty talks with Jan Bayliss-counsellor to individuals, couples, children, and families for over 20 years. Our guest specializes in grief and loss, post-separation issues, and domestic violence. 
She is also a child consultant working with family dispute resolution practitioners who mediate with parents going through separation and divorce. She is the author of two children’s books: The Good/Bad Feelings Diary and My Very Own Good/Bad Feelings Diary Workbook. 
Jan and Aditi dive into a couple of rituals: an organic practice that we build with our partners and that we do without thinking. They chat about why it’s important to examine them, whether they suit us and our love languages, and how we can rely on rituals to improve our romantic relationships. 
Follow Jan Bayliss’s work via www.janbaylisscounselling.com.au or connect with her via LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jan-bayliss-7b314aa0/ and other social media at:
Facebook: Jan Bayliss CounsellingInstagram: Jan Bayliss Counselling
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Friday Nov 18, 2022

Do you still love me? Why are you spending time with people who are not me? These are some of the questions that an anxious partner might ask. How do we cope with a partner who has relationship anxiety? Is it possible to get rid of that anxious feeling? 
In this episode of Reloscope: The Relationships Science Insights Podcast, host Aditi Kutty is joined by Nicholas Balaisis (RP, Ph.D.), a psychotherapist in private practice west of Toronto, Canada. He works with individuals and couples, specializing in anxiety/depression, relationship issues, and male shame and self-esteem. He is also a Lecturer at the University of Waterloo.
Nicholas and host Aditi Kutty talk about attachment styles and share the best practices for dealing with relationship anxiety. They also talk about tips on how to reduce anxiety in our relationships. In addition, they discuss how we can support one another, and how we can honor the individuality of our partners. 
Follow Nicholas’s work and connect with him via LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-balaisis-phd-9291b033/. 
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Friday Nov 11, 2022

Dr. Jennifer Gunsaullus, or Dr. Jenn as we call her, shares some issues people often have in building sexual and emotional intimacy in a relationship. It can be a genetic personality that each person has, some folks are just emotionally distant, or bad experiences when they are growing up that can cause difficulty building these kinds of intimacy. So, how do we deal with those issues?
In this episode of Reloscope: The Relationships Science Insights Podcast, host Aditi Kutty is joined by Dr. Jennifer Gunsaullus, a sociologist, international intimacy speaker, and relationship & communication coach. 
She is the author of From Madness to Mindfulness: Reinventing Sex for Women. Dr. Jenn has presented two TEDx Talks, co-hosts the podcast Sex Talk with Clint & The Doc, and hosts the podcast (Trying to) Feel Sexy Again at 48 and has over 1.7 million views on her In the Den with Dr. Jenn YouTube series.
Dr. Jenn lives in San Diego, CA, where she strums her ukulele, got her black belt in karate, is an active women's philanthropist, and is an avid beach volleyball player.
Dr. Jen and Aditi chat a lot about emotional intimacy, sexual intimacy, and how they build on each other. She also teaches how to use mindfulness as part of best practices to maintain a great romantic relationship emotionally and physically. 
Follow Dr. Jenn’s work at https://www.drjennsden.com/ or connect with her on social media:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drjennsdenInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drjennsden/Twitter: https://twitter.com/drjennsdenFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.gunsaullusSex Talk with Clint & the Doc Podcast: https://www.drjennsden.com/podcast (Trying to) Feel Sexy Again at 48 Podcast: https://www.drjennsden.com/sexyat48 
Find her book, “From Madness to Mindfulness: Reinventing Sex for Women” at https://tinyurl.com/y3lrq6o6 
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Friday Nov 04, 2022

Are you unhappy because you're in a bad relationship, or are you unhappy because you're in a monogamous one? Monogamy tends to be the default in our society, but it's not the only option, nor is it the best for everyone. Identifying our bonding style helps not only to understand your own needs, but how you fit into a relationship, in choosing the right partner, and in realising that you are worthy of love. 
On this episode of Reloscope: The Relationships Science Insights Podcast, host Aditi Kutty is joined by Dr. Elisabeth Sheff, Dr. Elisabeth “Eli” Sheff is a researcher, expert witness, coach, speaker, and educational consultant. With a PhD in Sociology and certification as a Sexuality Educator from AASECT, Dr. Eli specializes in gender and sexual minority families, consensual non-monogamy, and kink/BDSM. Sheff is the foremost academic expert on polyamorous families with children, and her 25+ year Polyamorous Family Study is the only longitudinal study of poly families with children to date. Dr. Eli has served as faculty at the University of Colorado, the University of Montana, Georgia State University, the University of Tennessee, Oglethorpe, Emory, and the University of Zurich. 
Dr. Eli joins Aditi to chat about The Bonding Project, a quiz they designed with other experts in the feel that allows us to understand our preferred bonding styles.  They delve into how attachment styles and bonding styles intersect, and why there isn't one model for every relationship. You can take quiz yourself herehttps://www.bondingproject.com/.
Follow Dr. Elisabeth Sheff’s works via https://elisabethsheff.com/m/ or connect with her via LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/drelisheff//. 
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Friday Oct 28, 2022

Sex is usually seen as merely physical activity. In English, we have the phrase 'making love', which implies an emotional connection, but that connection is usually seen as separate from the act of sex itself. Why is it important to destroy this misconception, and how does sexual intimacy affect our personal growth and relationships?
On this episode of Reloscope: The Relationships Science Insights Podcast, host Aditi Kutty is joined by Dr. Susan Kaye, a sexual well-being specialist with a Ph.D. in Human Sexuality. They unpack what sexual intimacy really means, with the "into me see" method: share with me, and help me share myself with you. They also chat about how attachment styles can help avoid triggers and setbacks in a relationship, as well as the importance of emotional availability. Dr Susan Kaye has 30 years of experience as a somatic practitioner, beginning in 1985 when she worked and studied with the sex research team of Masters & Johnson. She has expertise as a tantra teacher, bodywork practitioner, massage therapist, and yoga instructor. She also has 20 years of working in the sexual health field as a sexologist, sex coach, and sex educator.
Susan believes that offering clients total mind-body wellness is essential to connecting them with talk therapists as well as somatic experts to support them to embody fully the mind-body healing they are seeking. Susan is available for the Supervision of mental health providers, somatic arts practitioners, and medical personnel.
Follow Dr. Susan Kaye’s work via http://drsusankaye.com/ or connect with her via LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/susan-kaye-29655646/. 
Get her book Am I Normal If?: https://www.amazon.com/Am-Normal-If-Susan-Kaye-ebook/dp/B0B547HZYL/ref=sr_1_1?crid=45F0YZY9GZEL&keywords=am+i+normal+of+susan+kaye&qid=1656273945&sprefix=am+i+normal+if+susan+kaye%2Caps%2C83&sr=8-1 
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Reloscope: The Relationships Science Insights Podcast

Relationships are like a kaleidoscope -- lots of little shapes in lots of colours that blend together in sometimes beautiful, sometimes uncomfortable ways. They're complicated, different personalities and different expectations, and for most of us, negotiating all of that is tough. Your Host, Aditi Kutty, is going to be your companion, your friend, your agony aunt riding with you on your journey to a healthier relationship. She talks to experts who give actual good advice on a range of topics, like encouraging emotional intimacy through mindful communication and dealing with a partner who has anxiety. And sometimes, things get a little bit spicy. Each topic addresses an element from the comprehensive framework of several domains and elements created by the Center for Relationships Science and we would like to credit them for their work.

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