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In today’s episode, Rachel Russo, Dating, Relationship & Image Coach and Marriage Educator, interviews three specialists who work with brides – a nutritionist, a hairstylist, and a makeup artist.  They share their insight to help women deal with their need to look perfect on their wedding day.  The advice provided is not just for brides-to-be, but also for their fiancés, many of whom just don’t understand a partner’s strong need for dieting, exercising, grooming, or the endless search for “the” dress.  Both sexes are aware of shows like Say Yes To The Dress, Shedding For The Wedding, and Bridezillas that reinforce the idea of the importance of the wedding day, but do they recognize the pressure around maintaining appearances and how it can put serious strain on a relationship?

It does NOT have to be this way! Rachel and her special guests provide empathy and hope for both parties by informing listeners that they aren’t alone with their image-related concerns. You will learn that there are smart solutions to creating and maintaining your image in a healthy way so it does not affect your relationship.  And, sometimes it’s as simple as planning ahead and managing expectations. Read More→
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Wedding Podcast Network welcomes Rachel Russo, Dating, Relationship & Image Coach and Marriage Educator, as the new host of Lovecast.  Rachel has counseled hundreds of men and women, singles and couples, who value love and marriage as much as she does and are ready to transform their lives to find it and keep it.  Her mission is to parlay beauty and love into the lives of people everywhere by redesigning the ways we date and marry.  Rachel is a contributing editor and advice specialist for Your Tango, Stage of Life, Commitment.US.com and is Miss New York on 3six5dates, a reality dating blog.

In today’s episode Rachel interviews Todd Outcalt, author of Before You Say I Do,  Important Questions for Couples to Ask Before Marriage. This insightful book has over 300 practical questions prospective spouses should ask each other about life-plans, education, careers, values and beliefs, sex, children, past relationships, money, and running a household.  These questions will help a couple start talking about issues that are most important to deepen their relationship for a lifetime of marriage.

Todd, a United Methodist pastor, has counseled hundreds of couples before marriage and officiated at nearly an equal number of weddings. He has conducted workshops on marriage and parenting, and has led seminars on the premarital relationship.  He says in his book “it is much more difficult to have a marriage than a wedding.  Anyone can organize a wedding, but not everyone can have a long and happy marriage.  A wedding takes planning.  Marriage requires hard work.”

Time for some focused listening.  What are the most important topics a couple should discuss before marriage?  How can couples improve their communication skills?  What topics do couples avoid talking about?  How can you initiate uncomfortable conversations?  Can sharing too much backfire?  What are some common issues engaged couples need to work on before they tie the knot?  How can friends and family share their true thoughts and feelings during your engagement?  What is a major threat to creating and maintaining a great marriage in modern society and what can couples do about it?  What are the best marriages made of?  Todd and Rachel address these provocative questions so every bride and groom can learn more about themselves, each other and marriage in order to strengthen the foundation of their relationship.

Todd’s Between Pages blog here

Get Todd’s books here
Before You Say I Do, Revised: Important Questions for Couples to Ask Before Marriage

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More with Rachel on the following websites:

Your Tango

Commitment.US.com

Stage of Life

3six5dates

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Subscribe to Rachel’s Labels & Love Newsletter here

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Lovecast with Todd Reed The Communication Coach

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011
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Communication can be a powerful aphrodisiac.  Coach Todd R. Reed, author of Conversation is Sexy, shares tips and techniques that will help improve your couple communication skills and rediscover the joy and fun of being in a committed relationship.

An award-winning Commercial Television and Radio broadcaster, Coach Todd Reed has spent nearly 20 years observing and studying human behavior patterns in friendships, dating, marriage and relationships. His passion is to empower men and women to understand what makes each other tick and use conversation to recreate passion and a love beyond words.

In today’s episode we crack the gender code to better understand the opposite sex, learn how to listen, open up and tell your significant other what you like and don’t like, discuss ways to connect daily and spend time together weekly, how to use verbal and nonverbal communication to convey love and affection, plus we talk about how to fight fair so there is peace and respect in the relationship.  Coach Todd’s insight and recommendations will allow you and your partner to work as a team to develop healthy habits that will result in a strong, long lasting and happy marriage.  This Lovecast will help men and women keep the love lines of communication flowing.

Coach Todd’s website

Coach Todd’s blog

Get Coach Todd’s book here

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LoveCast(tm) Show #4

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006
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Why do women like to talk more than men?  What is “relationship talk”? Are relationships more important to women than men?  These are just some of the questions that we tackle in this episode of the LoveCast.

This show is all about communication.  Men and women differ greatly how they talk about the relationship with their partner.  Women are excited to talk.  Men automatically assume that there is a problem.  We need to understand that men and women approach problems differently and have different styles of how to work things out.  Both men and women should be rewarded for what they say and do.  Talk is therapuetic.

Learn how to communicate during high stress times such as when planning a wedding.  Find out the key things to remember when you are in those stressful times to help keep the relationship healthy.  We have the answers to better understand why talk helps you connect, feel better and build intimacy.

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