Today’s guest, Dr. Mously Le Blanc graduated with a degree in Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. She received her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania and completed her residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Columbia and Cornell University Hospitals. She serves as the Director of Cancer Rehabilitation at the University of Pennsylvania.
In addition to her academic career, she is a certified relationship coach and Founder of Healing Hearts Relationship Coaching. In this realm, she is fondly referred to as Dr. Mo Love Doctor. She works with professional women to empower them to make personal changes and embrace self-love to transform their relationships into fun and passionate marriages. Her unique approach addresses the emotional, behavioral and physiological aspects of making a relationship work. Furthermore, as a certified Laura Doyle coach, she incorporates the Six Intimacy Skills to teach women how to build loving bridges within their marriages. Her personal mission is to save families by avoiding divorce and helping women find happiness within themselves. Her soon to be published book, “Year of Love”, provides inspirational love tips and fun date ideas to rekindle the love back into your marriage.
Check out the special file that Dr. Mo put together for us to summarize what we discussed today.
We talk about:
- How to find Happiness and Love within Yourself
- How we see the fault in others before we see the fault in ourselves
- How coaching is for anyone who wants to make themselves a priority
- When you make YOURSELF the priority everything else seems to fall into line
- How Coach/Client relationship works
Dr. Mously shares 4 tips to help rekindle the spark in your relationship:
L Live, love & laugh in the present
Happiness is only experienced in the present tense. Find your joy daily.
O Open your heart to forgiveness
Self-forgiveness allows us to be imperfect, to refrain from expecting perfection from our loved ones, to focus our hearts on gratitude and gives us the courage to ask for help.
V Vulnerably love
Intimacy is only experienced in measure to the degree we allow ourselves to be vulnerable. Otherwise, we numb all of our emotions (including joy) and we live a shell of the life we could be experiencing. Choose to live a vibrant life.
E Emotional acceptance
Allow emotions to be fully experienced without self-judgement or suppression. Suppressed emotions sabotage love. Once we acknowledge our feelings then we have control over them.
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