Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel
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Listen to the incomparable therapist Esther Perel counsel real couples as they reveal the most intimate, personal, and complicated details of the conflicts that have brought them to her door. This season Esther speaks to a constellation of new relationships: A couple wrestling with the guilt they feel over the happiness their infidelity created. Another trying to make space for their queerness in an outwardly appearing hetero relationship. A set of friends trying to sort out if their childhood friendship needs to continue into adulthood. And Esther checks back in with couples from seasons past to see where they are now as she creates a space for us to hear our own lives and struggles articulated in the stories of others. So....where should we begin?
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Esther Perel thank you for this educational tool for relationships. I believe you have helped more people than you can imagine. Thanks to the couples who open up for us all to hear. I can never wait for the next episode ❤️
that woman needs so much validation that enough will never be enough. she absolutely wants to be heard, she wants her feelings to be right. she wants validation so much that she's gone looking for it elsewhere, sobriety be damned!! if this therapy session didn't open her eyes to how unreasonable she has been all these years, for 18 years, despite her man's efforts and what he needed to resort to, to protect himself, than nothing will. the title for this podcast couldn't be more fitting. this was painful to listen to.
happy to find your podcast 😍
nope nope nope nope, nope. nope nope nope. the true colors, the deepest look into his psyche, is when he CORRECTS her when she says how long he was cheating on her. that is who he is. he isn't listening, he's waiting for her to stop talking so he can present his case for why he's sorry and how he couldn't help it. someone who cheats that much and for that long and then continues to make it about themself and their ✨journey✨ to ✨recovery✨ has no intention of ever taking responsibility for the damage his actions caused. he came clean and joined a 12 step program, great. he can't even listen to his wife without correcting her or bringing his own feelings into it. he just wants her to get over it so his life can go back to normal. that's who he is.
This is absolutely remarkable. I didn't think I would connect to them at all, this sounds like such an insurmountable thing, but my goodness the energy between them is crackling and I really hope they went on to harness that, because it's incredible.
Powerful Feels like many millennials/genzs deal with this sort of issue from people I've come across. I'd argue it's been that way for way longer, and this's been echoing into the future generations Love how Ms. Esther navigated this conversation and how she eloquently put those feelings into words when words failed the caller "I need her to see me" is so impactful. Sometimes we get lost in our own past we forget to see others for who they are. Kudos to Ms. Esther and the team for allowing us this insight, and many thanks to these brave souls for taking that step towards betterment. I'm proud of every one of you, and know you'll definitely positively influence others with this bravery. I've felt it👏
audio is really bad
it's a miracle she hasn't left him. wow
GO OFF Esther !!! I love you ❤️
GO OFF Esther !!! I love you ❤️
dude is selfish. it's amazing how easy people give up on their marriages. after 8 WONDERFUL years of being married, I can't wrap my mind around so many giving up. ( excluding obvious abuse, mostly speaking about the whole generic "we fell out of love" or "I needed to find myself" ... you didn't fall out of love, you quit working at it . go as far as you want, and travel as far as you will, you will never completely "find yourself" . I suppose I could say that I found myself when I found my wife.
that was intense 😑
💯 easier when family isn't involved. good job!
This dude sounds like my abusive ex. 👀
Is she emasculating him or is he emasculating himself?
"a shriveled up nincompoop" Ester 😍
"As long as you each come in and you start to talk about what the other person is doing wrong and how they need to change. Nothing will move."
This was very enlightening ❤️
beautiful 😍🙏thanks Esther ❤