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Married Roommates and the Road to Happiness

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About This Episode

Millions of couples live empty parallel lives and wonder “Is this all there is?”

My guests, Talia and Allen Wagner who are marriage and family therapists, shed a light on this sadly familiar silent epidemic of Married Roommates on today’s episode.  Their focus is on providing practical real life tools to improve communication, connection and togetherness.

They share:

  1. How couples become roommates?
  2. Things that go unnoticed in a relationship after a few years
  3. Signs that a couple is approaching the ‘roommates’ stage
  4. How to balance relationships and career especially if you do both together
  5. Challenges that’s commonly faced by ‘Empty nesters’
  6. Mistakes made in finding a life partner

and…much more…

Resources

Book – Married Roommates

Website – www.marriedroommates.com

Social Media – Facebook | Youtube

About The Guest

Talia & Allen Wagner

Couples Counselors/ Relationship Experts

Talia and Allen Wagner met at Pepperdine University, where they were both pursuing advanced degrees in psychology. Not only were they neighbors in the sprawling metropolis of Los Angeles, but they shared a love for travel. A friendship was formed, which, over time, evolved into love, marriage, children, and a shared practice as marriage and family therapists in LA. It was hardly smooth sailing. It didn’t take long for them to realize that they didn’t really know how to be married, that they were basically winging it, not always successfully.

Through the years, it is a reality that has been mirrored back to them from many couples they’ve seen. No one taught them how to be married, to fight fairly, to avoid falling into resentment traps, or to keep the romance alive when sometimes you can barely stand each other. Seeing the great need in today’s modern marriages for better tools to understand and work together, this marriage and family therapist duo have been guiding couples to success around the world for years. Their focus is on providing practical real life tools to improve communication, connection and togetherness.

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Engineer to Internationally Renowned Musician and Actor

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How does one go from a career in engineering to becoming an internationally renowned singer and actor?

My guest today is, Matt Westin from Pittsburgh, PA; who gave up a promising career as an engineer to be a country musician and actor. Starting from his very first single, his songs hit various international charts and he also will star as Johnny Cash in an upcoming film production.

He shares:

  1. How Matt went from having a career in Engineering to an Internationally renowned singer/actor?
  2. How to follow your passion even when logic goes against it?
  3. How a personal crisis could end up being a blessing in disguise
  4. What it takes to follow your passion (a fact that people rarely reveal)
  5. How your hidden genius can make you stand-out even in a crowded market
  6. 3 Keys to making your extraordinary project a success
  7. What to do if you can’t make your passion your job

and…as always…much more…

Resources

About The Guest

Matt Westin

Internationally Renowned Singer/Actor

Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, Matt Westin’s first single, “Our Redneck of the Woods” reached the IndieWorld Country chart and the European Country Music Association charts. Matt was also on the Top 200 International Country Artists chart. His second single, “Farm Town”also received international airplay and charting. Matt is the 2018 International Music and Entertainment Association Male Country Artist of the Year. He recently appeared in the October 10, 2018 issue of Billboard Magazine as an Emerging Artist. His current single, “You Leave Me No Choice” is charting on the New Music Weekly and Airplay Today country charts. His album, “Legacy” is dedicated to the memory of his late father. Matt gave up a promising career as an engineer to be a country musician and actor. He will star as Johnny Cash in an upcoming film production

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Having The Universe on Your Side

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Do you know what it takes to become an international award winning artist?

Today my guest Ed Roman, Award-winning singer/songwriter and performer from Ontario, Canada, shares how he creates great music by blurring the lines between pop, rock, folk, and country music genres. His songs have been played on over 600 stations worldwide and he’s won many awards (Indie Music Channel, 2018 Billboard Magazine Emerging Artist, 2017 Radio Music Award for Best Americana Artist, to name a few) for his work.

He speaks about;

  1. How being dyslexic was the start of his music career
  2. How to use a craft (such as music) as a spiritual experience of life
  3. How do cut through the background noise & negativity
  4. Leaving space to let the universe come through you, to create
  5. How to keep going even when the world doesn’t agree with you
  6. What it takes to master a craft that you’re passionate about
  7. How life experiences beyond a child’s world shape your creativity
  8. How the Universe put things in your way to help you get to your vision, that you didn’t even know was possible
  9. How to use your creativity for a goal bigger than yourself
  10. Shine more by committing yourself & believing in yourself
  11. How the people around you play a big part in your life to the better and the worse

Resources

Website – edroman.net

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About The Guest

Singer, Songwriter and Performer

Ed Roman is an Award-winning singer/songwriter, performer and multi-instrumentalist from Shelburne, Ontario, Canada. Blurring the lines between pop, rock, folk, and country music genres, Ed’s uniquely crafted songs have received regular rotation on more than 100 terrestrial radio stations across North America and more than 600 stations, worldwide. Ed is a 2014 Artists Music Guild Award Nominee, a 2014 and 2018 International Music and Entertainment Association Award Winner, a two-time 2015 IMEA Award nominee, a 2015 and 2016 Josie Show Awards winner, an Akademia Awards Winner, and a two-time Indie Music Channel Award winner. Ed won a 2017 Radio Music Award for Best Americana Artist. He is a December 2018 Billboard Magazine Emerging Artist. The animated music video for the title track from his latest album, “Red Omen” has been shown at numerous film festivals around the globe. Ed is also a gentleman farmer, gardner and paranormal enthusiast.

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