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A podcast on dating, anxiety, and doing the work to heal with @Sabrina.zohar (https://www.instagram.com/sabrina.zohar) .

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Join Sabrina as she delves into a powerful conversation with Victoria Garrick Browne, a former college athlete turned mental health advocate and podcast host. Victoria shares her journey of struggling with mental health during her athletic career, including how she initially ignored her feelings and gaslit herself to push through. It wasn't until a teammate encouraged her to seek counseling that she began to understand and address her depression. They discuss the importance of authenticity and the challenges of maintaining mental health, emphasizing that it is a continuous effort. Sabrina and Victoria talk about how they have learned to navigate touchy or triggering topics with their partners in a way that leads to supportive conversations. Diving into practicality, Victoria shares advice for improving mental health that she found helpful. This includes establishing healthy boundaries and routines. Both Sabrina and Victoria highlight the significance of understanding and supporting your partner, and taking the time to help them support you. Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course HERE! Get Ad free and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Don't forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on Instagram and Sabrina on TikTok! Video now available on YOUTUBE! Please Support Our Sponsors! Get $350 off Eight Sleep's Pod 4 Ultra with code DTW HERE! Get free shipping and 365 Day returns on Quince.com HERE! Get up to 15% off Pique’s Sungoddess Matcha plus a complimentary beaker and rechargeable frother when you shop my link HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Jeff Gunther, known on social media as Therapy Jeff, joins Sabrina to discuss themes of jealousy in dating relationships, drawing from insights in his new book on how to show up authentically in relationships. They explore retroactive jealousy—obsessing over a partner's past relationships—and share personal experiences, highlighting that such jealousy often stems from personal insecurities and lack of self-worth. Jeff advises imagining trust in your partner and addressing insecurities openly rather than projecting them. They discuss the importance of distinguishing between boundaries and jealousy, noting that boundaries should come from a healthy place. Communication and self-compassion are key to managing jealousy. Jeff explains that jealousy is not inherently unhealthy but can be justified if a partner's actions are inappropriate. Lastly, they address the misconception that a lack of jealousy indicates disinterest, emphasizing the importance of direct communication and reassurance. Get Jeff's book: Big Dating Energy Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course HERE! Get Ad free and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Don't forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on Instagram and Sabrina on TikTok! Video now available on YOUTUBE! Please Support Our Sponsors! Get $10 off and FREE shipping at Nutrofol HERE! Code is DOTHEWORK Control Body Odor ANYWHERE with Lume Deodorant and get 15% off with promo code DOTHEWORK HERE! Head to Squarespace for a free trial, and when you’re ready to launch, to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain HERE! Get 10% off your first month of Betterhelp HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
On the first episode of The Sabrina Zohar Show, your host, Sabrina, explores the reasons we sometimes pursue people who don’t want us and emphasizes the necessity of healing and self-empowerment. Rejection is painful, but it’s crucial to understand that it’s not a reflection of our worth. Sabrina explains how love that isn’t reciprocated sparks neurochemical changes, causing excitement and a dopamine rush, while breakups lead to cortisol spikes and emotional lows. To counteract this, she suggests activities like walking, journaling, and spending time with friends. She delves into attachment styles, noting that secure individuals can handle breakups better, while avoidant and anxious types may struggle more. Sabrina encourages listeners to reframe their narratives, accept their feelings, and focus on self-worth rather than taking rejection personally. She highlights the importance of recognizing cognitive dissonance and fantasy bonds, urging listeners to reflect on their past relationships honestly. By doing so, we can break free from unhealthy patterns and create space for healthier, more fulfilling connections. Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors! Get 30% off your Cozy Earth order using code DOTHEWORK HERE! Get 10% off your first month of Betterhelp HERE! Get Zocdoc for FREE HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Sitting down in the studio today, Sabrina and Dr. Morgan Anderson, a psychologist specializing in attachment theory, share their stories growing from an anxious to a secure attachment in their relationships. After experiencing an emotionally abusive relationship, Dr. Morgan committed to healing and understanding attachment theory. She emphasizes the importance of working through childhood wounds and learning to respond rather than react. Dr. Morgan and Sabrina discuss the significance of secure attachment in both dating and friendships, stressing that healing requires effort and self-compassion. They highlight that a healthy relationship enhances self-worth, and anxiety must be managed to maintain a stable partnership. Dr. Morgan's experience with her now fiancé illustrates that timing, clear communication, and mutual growth are vital for a secure and loving relationship. Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors: Head to Squarespace for a free trial, and when you’re ready to launch, to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain HERE! Get 30% off at Cozy Earth using code DOTHEWORK HERE! Get $350 off Eight Sleep's Pod 4 Ultra with code DTW HERE! Get 10% off your first month of Betterhelp HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
From across the world, Nicole Vignola (aka Nicole Neuroscience), neuroscientist, organizational consultant, and author, is in the studio to talk with Sabrina about the impact of neuroplasticity on daily life, particularly in the context of dating and relationships. Neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to form new connections, is reinforced by consistency and can help change unproductive patterns learned in childhood. For instance, frequent texting early in a relationship can create anxiety and a dopamine-driven expectation that meeting in person often fails to meet. This mismatch occurs because the brain anticipates rewards from predictable behaviors like texting, but prefers the unpredictability that real-life interactions offer. Nicole emphasizes that changing these patterns involves understanding and leveraging the brain’s mechanisms, such as using visualization and breathing exercises to manage stress and avoid catastrophizing. By rewiring our brains to handle emotions better, we can build resilience and improve our relationships. Compassion for oneself during this process is crucial, as positive behavioral changes foster better outcomes. Get Nicole's book Rewire HERE! Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors: Get 30% off your Cozy Earth order using code DOTHEWORK HERE! Get $10 off and FREE shipping at Nutrofol HERE! Code is DOTHEWORK Go 20% off your first order and free shipping with Chomps HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Flying solo today, Sabrina sits down to chat about handling differences in dating, which involves open communication and understanding personal boundaries. Sabrina emphasizes the importance of discussing key topics early on, such as beliefs, future goals, and financial habits. She shares personal experiences to highlight that relationships often end due to incompatible needs rather than lack of love. It's crucial to focus on finding a partner whose core values align with yours rather than trying to change someone. Sabrina advises discussing lifestyle choices, like diet and alcohol, as well as family dynamics to ensure compatibility. By being true to yourself and addressing potential differences openly, you can build a genuine, long-term partnership based on mutual respect and understanding. Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors! Get $350 off Eight Sleep's Pod 4 Ultra with code DTW HERE! Get 15% off Oneskin with code DOTHEWORK HERE! Get 10% off your first month of Betterhelp HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
In this episode, Sabrina and Masha Kay delve into the topic of perfectionism and debunking healing myths. They discuss the misconception that healing means never experiencing negative emotions or challenges. The conversation highlights the importance of embracing the full spectrum of emotions and learning to move through challenges rather than avoiding them. Sabrina shares personal experiences of growth and healing, emphasizing the significance of surrendering and allowing things to fail in order to discover one's true strength. The episode emphasizes the journey of healing as a process of facing obstacles, setbacks, and challenges to ultimately find clarity and self-trust. Through personal anecdotes and insights, the hosts encourage listeners to embrace discomfort, confront fears, and trust in their ability to navigate through difficult situations for personal growth and resilience. Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors! Control Body Odor ANYWHERE with Lume Deodorant and get 15% off with promo code DOTHEWORK HERE! Treat yourself to the best bras and shapewear on the market and save 20% Off at Honeylove with code DOTHEWORK HERE! Get up to 15% off Pique’s Sungoddess Matcha plus a complimentary beaker and rechargeable frother when you shop my link HERE! Get free shipping and 365 Day returns on Quince.com HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Flying solo today for this special episode, Sabrina is talking about texting while dating. Sabrina's personal experience highlights that the anxiety around texting persists even when trying to disconnect, but it's how you handle these feelings that matter. Texting can trigger black-and-white thinking, where unmet expectations validate negative core beliefs, leading to anxiety. Understanding that people have different texting habits and showing up authentically in relationships is crucial. Focusing on overall relationship dynamics is important rather than just texting patterns. Building security and confidence helps alleviate anxiety. Compromise is key, especially when texting habits differ between partners. Effective communication, setting realistic expectations, and addressing concerns with evidence can help manage texting-related anxieties. Ultimately, texting should not be the foundation of a relationship, and flexibility, understanding, and personal growth are essential for healthy interactions. Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors! Get Zocdoc for FREE HERE! Get $350 off Eight Sleep's Pod 4 Ultra with code DTW HERE! Get 10% off your first month of Betterhelp HERE! Get FREE appetizers for life with Hello Fresh using code dotheworkapps HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Sabrina sits down with Matthias Barker for a second time to dive into the detrimental effects of people-pleasing, a common trauma response where individuals regulate others to feel safe themselves. Unlike genuine empathy, people-pleasing stems from fear and often involves manipulation. Barker emphasizes the importance of self-awareness and confronting dysfunction rather than avoiding it, as true safety doesn't come from constant monitoring out of fear. He advises distinguishing between needs and anxiety, advocating for acceptance and mutual attunement in relationships. Personal experiences shared by both Sabrina and Barker highlight the necessity of building a solid relationship foundation, addressing big emotions, and helping partners express their needs authentically without resorting to people-pleasing behaviors. Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors! Go 20% off your first order and free shipping with Chomps HERE! Save $10 on your first purchase at StoryWorth HERE! Get 10% off your first month of Betterhelp HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Sabrina is back for a solo episode this week, exploring the pitfalls of chasing the wrong things in relationships, emphasizing the importance of self-awareness and breaking negative patterns. She shares her journey from anxious attachment, seeking validation from unsuitable partners, to finding balance and self-acceptance. Sabrina recounts personal experiences of idolizing shallow relationships and ignoring red flags, which led to emotional pain and wasted time. She advises listeners to recognize when interest is unreciprocated, set boundaries, and trust their gut feelings. By focusing on self-love and understanding one's true needs, Sabrina highlights that healthy, secure relationships become more attainable. Ultimately, she encourages introspection and embracing discomfort as essential steps toward meaningful growth and fulfilling partnerships. Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors! Get $10 off and FREE shipping at Nutrofol HERE! Code is DOTHEWORK Get free shipping on orders over $75 at Skims HERE! Select "podcast" in the survey and be sure to select Do The Work in the dropdown menu that follows. Get 10% off your first month of Betterhelp HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
This week, Sabrina sits down with Jason Goldberg, a speaker, coach, and author, who emphasizes reframing negative thoughts and consistent action to challenge a fixed mindset, particularly in dating. He shares his experiences with anxiety and depression, advocating for grounding oneself in physical sensations before cognitive reframing. Jason and Sabrina share about loving oneself independently of others' validation, recognizing personal insecurities, and understanding that not being liked often reflects others' issues, not one's inadequacies. Jason highlights the importance of intentional communication and managing anxiety in relationships, sharing his own experience maintaining long-distance connections and handling uncomfortable conversations. Ultimately, he and Sabrina promote self-love and resilience as foundations for healthy relationships. Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors! Get 15% off Oneskin with code DOTHEWORK HERE! Get for FREE dessert for life from HelloFresh HERE! One dessert item per box while subscription is active. Get 10% off your first month of Betterhelp HERE! Save $10 on your first purchase at StoryWorth HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Sabrina is joined today by Dr. Ramani, a clinical psychologist, who describes narcissism as a maladaptive personality style rooted in low empathy, appearance focus, and a need for admiration, with insecurity and shame at its core. Children of narcissistic parents often experience guilt, anxiety, and low self-esteem. Sabrina speaks to her personal experiences with a narcissistic parent. Dr. Ramani dives into the nuanced topic of knowing when to walk away as an adult child which involves setting boundaries, understanding the individual’s journey, and prioritizing therapy. Co-parenting with a narcissist presents immense challenges, requiring prioritization of children's well-being and seeking professional support. Overall, the impact of narcissistic behavior on familial relationships and psychological well-being necessitates understanding, boundary setting, and therapeutic intervention. Get Dr. Ramani's book 'It's Not You: Identifying and Healing from Narcissistic People' Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors! Get free shipping and 365 Day returns on Quince.com HERE! Get 15% off your entire Lume order HERE! Code is DOTHEWORK Get 15% off your subscription of Fatty15 HERE! Code- DOTHEWORK Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Sabrina talks with guest Anna Przy about the mental health journey that led to her current ventures. Addressing mental health needs can be a complex process, and the journey is not always straightforward, which can make it unappealing to some. In their conversation, Sabrina and Anna discuss the transition from treating mental wellness as a taboo subject to being open to receiving help and sharing the wisdom behind accepting help. Both emphasize how shame around seeking help causes breakdown before realizing "I'm not okay." Anna shares how finding love and marriage not long after pursuing her mental health journey changed her perception of living life for herself, but also loving living her life with her husband. Accepting the possibility of growing apart from people during your mental health journey is crucial. It is a testament to becoming secure after healing. Prioritizing mental health enables setting boundaries to overcome setbacks like imposter syndrome, anxiety, and burnout from the expectation of constant productivity. Get Anna Przy's new book, “Keep It Up, Cutie! A Not-Quite Self-Help Book” Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors! Go 20% off your first order and free shipping with Chomps HERE! Get 10% off your first month of Betterhelp HERE! Get Zocdoc for FREE HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Sabrina gets real about dating fatigue and common misconceptions during and after dating. Does it ever end after you get into a relationship? She breaks down the sources of exhaustion and how to counter it by focusing on what you can control about the dating experience. You can create a life around your dating experience and still feel the highs and lows of dating. It is essential to validate those emotions before re-evaluating the exhaustion. Your expectations of the dating experience need to change and include being practical about the pace of getting to know someone. Sabrina lays out what it means to go slow while dating and how it can help you make the most of the dating experience. Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors! Get 10% off your first month of Betterhelp HERE! Get $10 off and FREE shipping at Nutrofol HERE! Code is DOTHEWORK Get 15% off on your entire first order HERE! Code is DOTHEWORK Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Sabrina and Lisa Bilyeu delve into the topic of navigating people-pleasing. Lisa's life experiences, which led to her business venture and her latest book, Radical Confidence, are a testament to the fact that finding the confidence to voice your needs and wants is a journey that can start at any point in life. It's not about waiting for confidence to come first, but about taking action despite the fear. Lisa's journey is a powerful reminder that the discovery of confidence often involves confronting failure and addressing the source of fear through action. Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors! Get your first Book of the Month for just $5 with code PETALS HERE! Get 15% off on your entire first order HERE! Code is DOTHEWORK Get 15% off your subscription of Fatty15 HERE! Code- DOTHEWORK Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
This week, Sabrina sits down with Matthew Hussey and the two delve deep into the complex world of love and relationships, share invaluable insights on the pitfalls of cherishing potential over reality in romantic pursuits. Sabrina opens up about the personal journey that led her to understand the futility of chasing after the unavailable, and discover how tough conversations became the pivotal tool for recognizing genuine reciprocity in her relationships. Our conversation navigates through the intriguing concept of "living in the blue" within text message exchanges, signifying the balance of effort in communication. Matthew bravely parallels chronic physical pain with the emotional toll of being single, leading to a candid discussion about the pursuit of happiness, whether alone or with a partner. Get Matthew's Book 'Love Life' here Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Please support our sponsors! Get free shipping on orders over $75 at Skims HERE! Select "podcast" in the survey and be sure to select Do The Work in the dropdown menu that follows. Get 10% off your first month of Betterhelp HERE! Get 15% off Oneskin with code DOTHEWORK HERE! Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
How do you know you are ready for a relationship? Sabrina explores that difficult question because so much gets lost in the weeds for people. Being ready means accepting rejection in dating, but that's ok because you aren't for everyone. Once you delve into the layers that make you, you, it will be clear what you want and need in a partner. You can recognize that living a fulfilling life is with your partner and independent of your partner. The healing will pave the way to entering a secure relationship because of your self-security. Snag Sabrinas 8 week course HERE! Get Ad free and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Sabrina explores the ins and outs of the healing journey with Masha, which revolves around nervous system regulation and self-trust development. Nervous system dysregulation goes hand in hand with how we view ourselves and our perception of reality. How can we validate our feelings despite dysregulation and our distorted perception of reality and decide on the best decision? Masha delves into how “trusting yourself” starts with trusting your emotions, holding space for processing your emotions, and then paving the way to decide. The decision may not be the best down the road (is there ever a definite and immediate way to know?), but as long as it honors what you were feeling at the moment and you accept the consequences down the road. Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Want to work with Masha? Use code DOTHEWORK250 to get $250 off her Mind-Body Recalibration Formula course Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Sabrina sits down with Mark Groves and his partner, Kylie McBeath, for a conversation on their dating journey, which leads them from breaking up to finding each other again years later. When they first parted ways, they were confronted with the logic behind why it had to end and what they each had to work on. After their closing ceremony, a collective decision to end the relationship with a series of questions and reflections, they each worked on addressing their codependencies and why their relationship was not serving them as individuals. Healing involved figuring out what Kylie began with sourcing from men or a relationship with Mark. They both reflect on the series of tools such as somatic therapy, financial competence, and creating a safe space for feeling a range of emotions as individuals and liberation that brought them back to one another. Snag Marks book HERE! Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
Sabrina and the tech guy sit down for a meaningful chat and Q&A session about their dating journey and experiences. We gain perspective on the dos and don'ts, responsibilities (e.g., who should pay for the date), the honeymoon phase, and boundaries. They delve into the recipe for compatibility, working past friction points, and creating a safe space for each other. They offer honest opinions on how to date securely. Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Stuck After the Podcast? Master Implementation in 8 Weeks with Sabrina's Foundation Course Get Ad-free episodes and 2 Bonus episodes a month HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and The Sabrina Zohar Show on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Video now available on YOUTUBE!  Disclaimer: The Sabrina Zohar Show, formally known as Do The Work, is not affiliated with A.Z & associates LLC in any capacity.
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Comments (7)

Fariba Rezaeipanah

Great job Sabrina! I've really enjoyed every single episode so far. Thanks heaps. I reckon there's a technical issue with this episode as I didn't manage to play the last 9 minutes of it. keep up the good job girl!

Jun 10th
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Mahshid 🌹🍃

loved it

Jun 1st
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Tiffany Hale

why is the audio so broken?

Apr 27th
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niloofare abi

you are gorgeous thank you for telling all the truth I'm learning so much from you and 💜

Apr 3rd
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Jan 13th
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Samantha Mailey

Beautiful episode i have taken so much away from it

Dec 18th
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Maryam

hey, I just wanted to thank you, you helped me in my darkest times. can you do an episode about love languages too? cause one of me and my amazing partner's problems in our relationship was that our love languages weren't the same, and my anxious ass thought that he doesn't love me and he doesn't care about me, but he was giving me that love just in a different way that i expected, so i think it really helps to know about them❤️

Sep 10th
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