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A Healthy Relationship - What Does It Look Like?

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Healthy Baby Boomers Network

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Welcome to The Healthy Baby Boomers Network Blog Talk Radio Show.  I am your host, Dr. Erica Goodstone, A Spiritual Relationship Expert Helping Men and Women Heal Their Bodies, Their Relationships and Their Lives Through Love,author of the book: Love Me, Touch Me, Heal Me, and director of HealthyBabyBoomersNetwork.com.

Everybody wants to love and be loved, to feel secure knowing that they are accepted, acknowledged and appreciated by others, and that they can freely share intimate thoughts and feelings, sensual and sexual experiences.  But so few of us seem to be able to attain this dream.

In this episode I am speaking with  a longtime friend and colleague, Dr. Marjorie Rand, who believes that our repetitive patterns of behavior have a huge effect upon our relationships and that these patterns are imprinted in the body and can ONLY be accessed and released through the body.  

Marjorie L. Rand, Ph.D. has been a licensed Psychotherapist for 35 years and specializes in Integrative Body Psychotherapy (IBP) and Pre and Perinatal Psychology.  Dr. Rand works with relationships of all kinds; individuals, couples and families. She is the co-author of Body, Self and Soul: Sustaining Integration and has contributed a chapter to Getting In Touch, A Guide To The New Body Psychotherapies, Quest, Wheaton, Ill., l997 and Help For The Helper; The Psychophysiology Of Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue. W.W. Norton. New York, 2005.  Dr. Rand has also written many professional journal articles and is a founding member of the United States Association of Body Psychotherapy.