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Listening to “Healthy Relationships” episodes will help you grasp a comprehensive understanding of healthy relationships.

What Are We Discussing In This Episode? 

In this episode, we focus on seven topics related to healthy relationships:

  • How to build trust with others in healthy relationships (01:32)
  • Strategies for setting clear expectations, following through on promises made, and communicating effectively when circumstances change or obstacles arise (16:51)
  • How to cultivate shared interests with a partner or friends (29:43)
  • How to identify areas of commonality or discover new activities or hobbies, while also recognizing and respecting individual boundaries and preferences (39:15)
  • How to honor your and other’s emotions in a healthy and respectful way (43:07)
  • How to actively listen, empathize, and validate others’ feelings, while also express your own needs and boundaries (47:03)
  • How to build a culture of emotional safety and trust, where all emotions are welcomed and respected (56:11)

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More Information About the Host & Dr. Palmitier

The host, Juliana Akin, is a co-founder of Unfilteredd, a lawyer, and a survivor of narcissistic abuse. She creates content about narcissism and narcissistic abuse to share her personal experiences with healing because she hopes that by sharing her journey, she can help you navigate yours.

Dr. Palmitier is a licensed clinical psychologist. She is the founder and owner of Southern Palm Psychology & Wellness, a psychology and wellness practice that provides therapy services to children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Palmitier specializes in anxiety and mood disorders, parenting and pediatric psychology, trauma related disorders, relational stress, and obsessive compulsive disorder.

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