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Emotion

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2 Responses to Emotion

  1. SusanHW says:

    What i love about this is the use of attachment theory to back up the ways in which couples can learn to connect.

  2. Lisa_703 says:

    Thank you for putting together this panel, Rich. Very valuable. One critique that may improve on these interviews – is for you to be less verbose in getting your questions out. It would be nice to hear more content from the interviewees. Terri Gross comes to mind as the premiere interviewer whose style does not at all detract from the conversation. Your questions are helpful, but seem to take about 3 times as long as necessary to complete! Maybe practicing mindful speech may help – taking just a moment to reflect before speaking, rather than tumbling right into a series of half-sentences that change direction mid-stream before becoming cohesive. I say this with great appreciation and admiration for what you are doing. Thank you for considering my feedback and keep offering these great series!

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