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“Insightful, practical, heartfully and psychologically sound, The Pathway to Love provides the steppingstones to creating genuine love in your life.  It is a must-read for those who value honesty, authentic commitment to self and other, and appreciate relationship as a vehicle to self-actualization.”

—Michael Bernard Beckwith, author of Spiritual Liberation~Fulfilling Your Soul’s Potential

 

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You will wonder at times how she knew about you and a particular significant other because she seems to describe you and the relationship to a T. And, when you read the last page you will wish you had read it years and a number of relationships earlier.

Irene Conlan

I have read other books on this topic which spoke to me... This book, which I got in the Kindle version, pulled it all together for me--the biology, personal values, self identity, the human quest for belonging and intimacy. The book... brought to me great understanding. I wish I had ordered the paper version with the workbook. I ended up going back and ordering it.

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Entries in marriage (5)

Wednesday
Nov202013

“Gratitude: 'Tis the Season” Sunday October 24, 1:30PM PST– LATalkLive

This Week’s Guest: YOU!

Thanksgiving is the time of year we stop and reflect on all the things for which we are grateful. And while practicing gratitude is a year round job, let's take advantage of the opportunity to formally reflect on the people, things and experiences that bring joy, appreciation and love into our lives, our relationships, and our world.

I will bring my list and invite you to call or write in and share yours. You just might be surprised at some of the things that made our lists this year!

And for those of you that want to read this week's article on gratitude, go to www.JulieOrlov.com/Settling-In. It will be posted on Monday November 25!

See you Sunday!!

Wednesday
Sep042013

“Marriage Made Easy” - Sunday September 8, 1:30PM PST - LATalkLive

This week's guest: Marilyn Christensen 

What if you could have a marriage that required little to no effort? One that felt easy. One, that after 47 years of marriage, you and your spouse still held each other in high regard and deep love. Well, that is just what Marilyn has had with her husband for the past 47 years. Join us as we explore what factors make for this kind of marriage. Marilyn understands what it's like to live in phase four of The Pathway to Love—she has a transformational relationship. There's a lot we can learn from relationships that have gone "right."  Don't miss this one... It just might change your life!

About Marilyn:  Marilyn grew up in the Midwest on a farm, graduated from High School at 17, moved to California to live with her sister for a while, met her husband-to-be, instantly fell in love, stayed in California while her sister returned to the Midwest,  and raised her two sons in Torrance.  She has worked since she was 15 and has been married since barely turning 19.

Marilyn started her bookkeeping/notary business seven years ago. She has a home office where she loves to work and where people can bring their accounting needs. She will also go to people’s homes and businesses to do their bookkeeping onsite.  She is Quickbooks certified and a notary. 

You can contact Marilyn at:  mkchristensen@socal.rr.com or call her home office at:  310-320-0783. 

Marilyn says “I love my work and may be considered a workaholic, but the most important piece of my life is my family – especially my granddaughters.” 

Thursday
Jul182013

"Divorce - Creating a Collaborative Process" Sunday July 21, 1:30PM PST - LATalkLive

This week’s guests: Michelle Daneshrad, Certified Family Law Specialist & Founder of San Fernando Valley Collaborative Professionals, Steven Garelick, Certified Public Accountant- SFVCP, James Walton, Mental Health Specialist- SFVCP

Ending a marriage is a very painful process. There are many feelings to process, decisions to be made, and lives to separate. While divorce is never fun, it does not have to turn into a "War of the Roses." Join me and a team of collaborative divorce professionals as we explore how to divorce with dignity, cooperation, and integrity. There really is a way to get through the process without excess amounts of anxiety, fear, rage, and injury. You deserve it, your kids deserve it, and the people you love deserve it.

About Michelle: Michelle Daneshrad, Esq. is the founder of San Fernando Valley Collaborative Professionals, an association of 19 highly qualified collaborative professionals consisting of attorneys, mental health professionals, and financial experts.  As a collaborative attorney, mediator, consultant, and a trainer, Michelle is dedicated to a new and profound understanding among attorneys, Judges, mental health professionals, financial experts and the public of the benefits of the Collaborative process.  She supports and pioneers training programs offering different tools and practices for an ever-increasing effectiveness of the Collaborative process.

About Steven:  STEVEN B. GARELICK, CPA/ABV/CFF, CVA Mediation and Collaboration -  Steven has an ongoing commitment to the legal community serving as a pro bono court mediator at downtown Los Angeles Central District for the Los Angeles Superior Court Family Law CPA Mediation Program, and has been a guest speaker for the Los Angeles County Bar Association Family Law Section, several study groups on family law matters, the Los Angeles Collaborative Family Law Association, and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. 

For over 25 years he has worked collectively and cooperatively with fellow mediators, collaborators and litigation attorneys in areas of dissolution of marriage proceedings and calculation of economic damages relating to civil actions. He has been called to testify many times as an expert witness in the Superior Court of the State of California, offering expert testimony regarding income available for support, business valuation, marital standard of living analysis, tracing, reimbursements and other financial matters including investigating accounting, employee dishonesty/embezzlement calculations and inventory loss analysis. 

About James: James E. Walton, Ph.D. is a California licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has been in private practice since 1994. Dr. Walton specializes in helping divorcing couples process their break up in a constructive and empowering way saving them money, heartache and time as a dispute coach with SFVCP.

James works closely with all team members and provides support for divorcing individuals and couples with the tools and techniques to better manage the emotional agenda that often results during the trauma of divorce. He helps to guide the parties in helping their children cope with and heal the pain they experience during a divorce. He guides couples in how to speak to their children about the divorce, when to tell them, and what they should be told.

For more information on the San Fernando Valley Collaborative Professionals, please visit www.SFVPC.com

Wednesday
Jun122013

A Day to Celebrate Fathers! Sunday, June 16 - 1:30PM PST - LATalkLive

 

This week's guest: Surprise Dads!

Join me as we celebrate Father's Day and explore just how important fathers are in the development of our children and the stability of our society.  It's your turn Dads!  Call in LIVE at 323-247-7443 or write your comments and questions on www.facebook.com/JulieOrlov and share all your experiences that go with being a father, having a father, or missing a father.  My guests will be some surprise dads and those that love them.

Wednesday
Mar272013

“Making a Long-Term Marriage Work” Friday March 29 – LATalkLive 

This week’s guests: Lorenda and Howard Phillips, Co-Host, Stephen Tako, Actor, Motivational Speaker

This week’s show explores what it takes to make a long-term marriage work. Join us for an honest exploration and discussion on the highs and lows that come with navigating and sustaining a marriage throughout the years. We welcome Lorenda and Howard Phillips as our guests who have successfully sustained a long-term marriage. They will share their personal experiences and wisdom gained from their years together. I will also talk about how to create a transformational relationship and the importance of moving through natural transitions and milestones with power and grace. As always, please feel free to call or write in and contribute to the conversation with questions and comments.

BIG NEWS! “Pathways to Love” on LATalkLive will be moving to a new day and time. Starting April 14th you can catch us LIVE every Sunday at 1:30pm PST at www.latalklive.com/new/pathways-to-love. As always, call in with your questions and comments at 323-247-7443! (Until then, you can still watch us live on Fridays, 2:30pm PST and always catch the archived recorded shows at www.latalklive.com/new/pathways-to-love)