Welcome to another episode of Reloscope: The Relationships Science Insights Podcast. Today's topic is one that many of us can relate to - jealousy in relationships. It's a complex emotion that can result in low self-esteem, poor self-image, and unrealistic expectations about our relationships. But is it wrong to feel jealous? And how can we let go of our jealousy and awaken more love in our relationships and life?
Join host Aditi Kutty as she explores this topic with Susie and Otto Collins, certified Transformative coaches, authors, and speakers. They're on a mission to show that relationships don't have to be a struggle, whether you've been together for five months or 50 years. Since 1999, they've helped countless people find and keep passion strong and alive, heal jealousy, communicate with love, openness, and compassion, and stay connected even when life throws challenges their way.
In this episode, Susie and Otto share their down-to-earth ideas for creating a life filled with love. They draw from their extensive experience as authors of No More Jealousy, Magic Relationship Words, Stop Talking On Eggshells, Should You Stay or Should You Go, Relationship Trust Turnaround, and many other programs. Plus, they offer free weekly email tips, podcasts, and Facebook Live videos to help you on your journey towards a more fulfilling relationship.
Susie and Otto Collins talk about what jealousy looks like in a romantic relationship, signs of jealousy, and how to let go of jealousy and awakening more love and possibilities in relationships.
So tune in and gain some insightful and practical tips on how to navigate jealousy in relationships and awaken more love in your life.
Follow Susie and Otto's work at https://susieandotto.com/ and https://nomorejealousy.com/ or connect with them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SusieandOtto...
Get their free ebook “7 Jealousy Stopping Secrets” here-- https://nomorejealousy.com/7-jealousy... Produced by the Relationships Science Labs, a division of LMSL, the Life Management Science Labs.
Produced by the Relationships Science Labs, a division of LMSL, the Life Management Science Labs.
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