Jeffrey M. Brandler, LMFT, CAS, SAP

Brandler Bits

Jeffrey M. Brandler, LMFT, CAS, SAP

  • I'm Sorry

I'm Sorry

Monday 7th January 2019

Discover the power of genuine and authentic communication in fostering meaningful relationships, as discussed in the latest episode of Brandler Bits Podcast. Listen now on alcoholfree.com
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About this podcast

Brandler Bits
Author:
Jeffrey M. Brandler, LMFT, CAS, SAP
Overview:
Categories:
Self-Help
Mental Health
Addiction
Relationships
Society and Culture
Self-Care
Trauma
Personal Recovery Stories
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Episodes:
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The Power of Authenticity in Relationships: Lessons from Brandler Bits Podcast

It's easy to say I'm sorry or thank you, but those words are hollow and empty...if you have intimacy, you have a real relationship. But in order to have intimacy, you have to have vulnerability and you have to have trust.
In the latest episode of Brandler Bits, Jeffrey M. Brandler, a renowned therapist, and certified addictions specialist, talks about the power of authentic communication in fostering meaningful relationships. Brandler shares his reflections on how disingenuous apologies can hinder relationship growth, and the need for vulnerability and trust to foster intimacy in relationships. He provides useful strategies for improving intimacy in relationships and explains the benefits of having authentic and genuine interpersonal relationships.
Brandler suggests that resources such as podcasts, books, or couples therapy can help individuals develop better communication skills and improve the quality of their relationships. As we begin the new year, Brandler's message is clear: true intimacy and authentic relationships are vital in our lives and can improve our overall well-being. So, take the time to listen to Brandler's insights and learn how to make a positive change in your relationships. Listen to the episode now here on alcoholfree.com.