24 Oct 97: Love Is Medicine: The Impact of Your Relationships on Your Physical Health with Christina Weber
We don’t get taught about healthy relationships in school, but it’s crucial that we know how to manage them so they can thrive—whether that’s a relationship with a significant other, mother, child, partner, or friend.
In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Christina Weber to talk about how building healthy relationships can improve our health.
Christina Weber is a Private Matchmaker, Certified-Professional Love & Relationship Coach, and Podcast Host of ‘Deepen with Christina’ on Spotify & Apple. She is the founder and CEO of WeDeepen (WeDeepen.com), a network of Transformational Guides, Social Experiences & Podcasts intended to shine a light on the Human Connection Industry. Her work is inspired by Esther Perel’s teachings.
Christina has received nicknames such as “Your Love Accomplice,” “Human Linkedin,” and also “Feminine Weapon,” which have helped her raise over $74K for children in underserved communities to receive education and transformational workshops in collaboration with The Orphaned Starfish Foundation, ARTEAMOR, and Tiffany Haddish’s She Ready Foundation.
Christina’s work has been featured at The 8th Annual Biohacking Conference and Unleash! Transformational Festival when she facilitated “The Dating Dojo—Connection Experience for People Excited to Love.” The educational-based intimacy 90-min experience is an alternative to dating apps and a special way for singles to meet at conferences, festivals, retreats, or in their neighborhoods.
Fun fact, Christina once appeared on reality television with Andy Cohen and three of her ex-boyfriends on episode 7 of The Peacock Network’s Ex-Rated.
In Today’s Episode We Discuss:
- Our need for human interaction
- Authentically relating to other human beings
- The three stages of our intimate lives
- How fear affects relationships
- The four pillars of conscious relationships
- Why love is medicine
It is so important to look at your primary relationships and how you’re relating to others and determine how it’s affecting you. These types of things can have an impact on your physical health. We don’t typically think of relationships as part of health but it really is part of your physical health so they shouldn’t be overlooked.
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