Posts Tagged ‘love’

CBL#163 – Long Lasting Love and Relationships with Bobby Jo Valentine

Saturday, March 31st, 2012

Are you ready for a renewed vision for life? Do you want to be inspired about the future of love? Listen in to Bobby Jo Valentine's heartfelt music and lyrics about sustaining love and relationships. His hopeful folk/pop music will touch your heart and soul. He quotes a John Mayer song as one of his personal guiding beliefs, "I know the heart of life is good." This young man is spreading love wherever he goes.

Coach Betty Louise also shares her deeply vulnerable story of sexual healing, and how the healing is available when we are open to receiving. Click on the listen button below to hear the whole show.


Bobby Jo Valentine is an award-winning singer/songwriter currently residing and touring around the coast of CA. His new album, ‘A Place to Belong’ released to favorable reviews and his single “Be Mine” had radio airplay even before the album’s release. His warm, accessible melodies and often-profound lyrics have developed a following around the nation. In August of 2011, a song from the album, “Fly” won Song of the Year at West Coast Songwriter’s Association.

Bobby is comfortable on stage in front of large crowds, having played at locations like Hard Rock Cafe, The Fillmore Poster Room, and Pride festivals, but his favorite performances are the intimate theaters and house concerts that enable him a strong connection to the audience. Bursting with energy at times and filled with uplifting, honest messages about hope and life’s struggles, Bobby continues to gather new listeners with every show. “Armed with just a guitar and ukulele, Bobby aims straight for the heart.” -Bruce Kaplan, Folk Unlimited

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CBL#146 – The Right Time to Say I Love You

Saturday, November 26th, 2011

Did you know that it is always the right time to say "I Love You?"

There are also so many different ways that love is expressed…sometimes as simple as offering a cup of tea.  This is a sneak preview of the the conversation I had with Cindy Wolfe Boynton, playwright and actress of the one woman show, "The Right Time to Say I Love You" in New York City. Cindy's inspiring story and play documents the gift of turning a difficult time with family into something positive, uplifting, and inspiring.  Her story is one of courage and empowerment. Click the listen button below to hear the whole interview.




Cindy Wolfe Boynton is an award-winning journalist, playwright, poet and writing instructor whose work has appeared in The New York TimesBoston Globe,Connecticut Magazine and Better Health magazine, among other print and online publications. An English and journalism instructor at the Yale School of Medicine and Housatonic Community College, she also teaches popular creative and business writing workshops and is host of the weekly Literary New England Radio Show ( that will launch on BlogTalk Radio Dec. 12, 2011.

Her one-woman play “Right Time to Say I Love You,” which focuses on Cindy’s struggles to take care of her mother with Parkinson’s disease, made its world premiere in October at the 2011 United Solo Theatre Festival and played to a sold-out crowd at New York City’s Stage Left Studio. Right Time to Say I Love You also recently received an 80th Annual Writer’s Digest Writing Competition award and was selected as one of just 10 plays to be included in Indie Theatre Now’s digital collection celebrating the best of the 2011 United Solo Theatre Fest.

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CBL#133 – Hot and Juicy Relationships with Toni De Marco

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

"Relate>Love>Sex: How to have a Hot and Juicy Relationship Opening to the Love Within," is the book Toni De Marco wrote and she is Coach Betty's special guest on this episode. Communication, or lack of communication, is the biggest obstacle in relationships based on Toni's extensive research and international travels leading workshops on the topic.  As her book title states, healthy relationships always begin with turning to self-love. Her experience, research and teachings stress each individual taking 100% responsibility for their own happiness, fulfillment and even orgasms! Listen in to hear some of her secrets to finding the juice and rekindling the communication so that everybody gets what they want and need.  Click the "listen button" below to hear the whole interview, AND some surprising "WHOA BABY" results out of Stanford University on Who are the Happiest People.

Author, Dr. of Metaphysics, trainer and founder of the Wellness & Sexual Healing Centers, Toni De Marco has an extensive background in psychology, metaphysics, and health.  Her training includes having studied with many of the world's leading wellness and Tantra teachers and she, herself, has worked as a teacher, healer and counselor to both individuals and couples for over 30 years. Ms. De Marco was a top cover-girl in her 20's and acted in scores of television commercials and several films at the same time that she was studying many different holistic and healing technologies.  In her 30's Ms. De Marco wrote an acclaimed health and beauty book, The California Way to Natural Beauty, and also started relationship counseling.  In her 40's, Ms. De Marco segued to writing and producing video and television. In her most recent venture into the Video/DVD arena she created Tantric Partner Yoga, along with Tantra trainers, Robert Frey and Lori Grace Star, as a tool to help couples to develop more intimacy in their relationships through sensual partner-yoga. 

Don't miss her September 8th FREE 75 minute telecall on "5 Simple Secrets to a Hot and Juicy Relationship."  Email to get all the details and a FREE ebook from Toni.  

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Green Think #53 – Teaching the Brain how to BE positive

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

The following podcast highlights neuropsychologist Rick Hanson, who is also the author of a book titled “Buddah’s Brain: the practical neuroscience of happiness, love and wisdom.

During this interview, Rick explains why we hang onto negative thoughts, and need to make an active effort to think positively. The reward for your positive thinking is a good one…happiness, love and wisdom!

Listen to this 15 minute podcast and find out how easy it can be to train the brain.


Rick Hanson, Ph.D.

Rick Hanson, Ph.D.

Rick Hanson, Ph.D. is a psychologist, author, and teacher in contemplative neuroscience. A summa cum laude graduate of UCLA, Rick founded the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, edits the Wise Brain Bulletin, and teaches therapists and the general public in Europe, Australia, and America.

Buddha's Brain

Buddha's Brain

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What do you do daily to stay positive?

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