Love Life Connection

by hello@veronicagrant.com

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(This podcast was formerly known as Date Yourself Radio.) Host and Love + Life Coach Veronica Grant used to attract emotionally unavailable men or sabotage the good relationships on the regular. She spent years in turmoil over her crappy luck in guys, and almost giving up on love, until she finally figured it out. If you’re looking for a fresh perspective on relationships and love in the modern world from someone who gets it ,and has been exactly where you are, your search ends here. On the Love-Life Connection Podcast, you’ll hear the the most soulful advice on finding love through listening to Veronica coach her clients and through Veronica sharing her own stories and insights in dating and relationships. She candidly shares many of her own experiences and nightmare dates so that you can learn from her in a way that feels authentic and genuine, with a healthy dose of humor and tough love. After you listen to this podcast, you won't feel like you're the only crazy person. Ultimately, this podcast teaches you how to discover the person you need to be to have the relationship you truly want. This isn't about fixing yourself, it's about becoming your own best partner and creating a life that someone else would actually want to be a part of. The Love-Life Connection is THE place to be to see your own relationships from an entirely new light so you can make the changes you need to make to attract the love you want. If you’d like to submit a question for Veronica to answer on the show or to learn more about how she works with clients, head over to veronicagrant.com.

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Last updated on May 30, 2020, 7:07 am

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How To Not Attract Partners Like Your Parents

February 20, 2020 • 42m

Welcome to episode 204 of the Love Live Connection podcast. I am so excited to welcome Cassie to the show. I hope you enjoy this episode, if you have ideas for future episodes or thoughts on what we talked about today, reach out to me and let me know what you think.  3:10 - I will randomly see flashes of my dad in my husband!  6:45 - Introducing today’s guest, Cassie.     8:20 - We start by identifying the dynamic between Cassie and her dad that she may be repeating in her romantic relationships.  11:50 - Having a narcissist parent can set us up for roller coaster relationships later in life.   16:30 - We go back into Cassie’s memories to find a situation that exemplifies her relationship with her dad.  21:00 - We discuss what we would want to say to that little girl from her memory if we could go back in time.  26:10 - Our urge to find partners like our parents comes from our subconscious, not our logical brains.  30:00 - Cassie’s tangible actions going forward include a “5 things” grounding exercise.  35:05 - The first step is always awareness, with awareness we can start to make changes.  38:15 - Just because we have never seen a perfect, or even “healthy”, relationship does not mean we can’t retrain ourselves to work towards one.  After you listen to this episode, here are your next steps: Be sure to check out my special series from last week, and don’t forget your workbook.  Learn more about how your past can impact your love life and how to break old patterns in my virtual retreat, Shift Your Dating Patterns In A Weekend, March 7-8, 2020.  Ready to explore what working with me is like?  Learn more here. Interested in being coached on the Love Live Connection? Learn more here. Are we connected on Instagram? Come tell me WHO you are here! If you get value from the Love Life Connection, please rate & review it on Apple Podcasts. It only takes a sec to impact our ranking + it’ll help other women find our community!

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EP09: Say Yes With Laura Yamin

March 03, 2016

For links to the resources mentioned in the show, head over to veronicagrant.com/episode9 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I’ve got another fun episode for you today. If you’re finding yourself stuck in a rut, this episode is for you. It’s only human to get into a cycle of wake up, work, work out, eat dinner, netflix bed. I’m all about routines; they can bring groundedness + familiarity to our lives, which lord knows is comforting. But sometimes, it begins to feel like a rut, like we’re just going through the motions. Enter Laura Yamin. Laura is a career coach for millennials + fellow podcaster. Her podcast Say Yes Podcast is all about those moments we say yes to life. Really? It’s about bringing in more fun + opportunity into your life, wherever you are. Here’s what we jam about: Many of us focus on career first, THEN relationships. Laura says this is backwards + explains why. You don’t have to have your life’s purpose in your job. {Even this is a hard pill for me to swallow, even though intellectually, it makes sense to me.} What does saying yes mean and what does it do How to start saying yes to the right things, and not burn yourself out. Laura’s experience speed dating. {Have you ever speed dated? Let me know how it was in the comments below!} Resources: How to Fascinate Strengthsfinder Say Yes Podcast Laura's website Follow her on Instagram For shownotes + to join the conversation, visit veronicagrant.com/episode9 xo, V ps - Big news! Date Yourself Radio made it onto the New + Noteworthy list in iTunes! Woohoo! This helps us to grow our community + create new friendships here in this group so that more women can start attracting the relationships we REALLY want into our lives. I'd love to move the show up even higher in the ranks, so here are 3 things you could do to help: Subscribe to the show on iTunes so you don't miss an episode. Share the podcast with girlfriends you know that need a dating intervention Review the show! Reviews are huge for iTunes' secret algorithm. Here's how to review: 1) Search Date Yourself Radio in the podcast app 2) Tap review 3) Write a review! Note, you'll want to use a unique username so iTunes can take your review. If the review box after you submit just disappears, you know you did it right, if it tells you the username is already taken, you'll have to write the review again. 4) Once you review, take a screen shot of the review {it takes a day or 2 to show up} + email it to hello@veronicagrant.com to be entered to win a free 60-minute coaching session with me!

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EP08 How A Healthy Relationship To Food Attracts A Healthy Relationship With Casey Berglund

February 25, 2016

I am so excited about today’s episode.   Casey {from worthyandwell.com} + I have been buds almost since my business’ beginning. It’s been really fun to have a friend where we got to birth our businesses, programs, and services into the world together.   {This must be why moms who were pregnant together have unique + special bonds?! I think I’m kinda getting it.}   Anyways, she’s a master at helping people heal their relationship to food, and eat for fuel, flavor, and fun.   I adore Casey + what she teaches, mostly because she gave me a good excuse to use an analogy in my show notes {SAT, old school style}:   Your relationship with yourself is to your romantic relationships, as _____ is to all your relationships.   Give up?   It's food!   I love what Casey does because she doesn't teach you what to eat/not to eat. She teaches you how to use your own inner wisdom as a guide to know what to eat. This not only changes your relationship to food, it really changes all the relationships you have in your life.     Food + my relationship to it has been a huge part of my life, and I attribute changing the way I ate to attract {and keep} Stevie. I was a chronic dieter + calorie counter-extraordinaire. For years I believed that once I reached the perfect weight, all my dating problems would be solved + I could have any relationship I wanted.   It was only once I saw food as something as nourishing + not ‘something to be conquered’ did I transform the relationship I had with myself, and ultimately, attract the relationship I truly wanted. If you struggle with food, then this episode is for you.   About Casey:For many years Casey had an unhealthy and unhappy relationship with food, her body, and her life. She is a self-described queen of the all-or-none when it came to food + dieting. She read every diet book she could get her hands on and ate in a very rigid way (that would usually backfire). This left her exhausted + feeling stuck. She got her degree in nutrition from the University of Alberta, which was useful in learning how food affected her body. But what REALLY helped her was establishing a yoga practice. Yoga helped her let go of her perfectionist mentality + made her more mindful. It connected her with her own unique inner wisdom, which now serves to guide the way she eats, the way she treat her body, and the way she lives her life. In this episode, here’s what you’ll learn:1. How Casey created her own inner wisdom, and how it helps her make eating choices that keep her nourished + happy. {She’ll tell you how to create your own inner wisdom, too.}2. How to eat on a first date or in front of men without feeling self-conscious3. How mindful eating can help you attract the right relationship for you4. How to deal with different food choices + values in a relationship {eg, you’re a vegetarian + he’s not}   Resources:   Casey's 21-Day Mindful Eating Challenge   Worthy and Well   Dating Clarity Session

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