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Your Relationship is Normal

How do you know your relationship is normal?

Daniela (prefers she/her/hers pronouns) and Shaun (prefers he/his/him pronouns) talk about their experiences getting together with other couples. When very little is shared with any authenticity, they talk about getting stuck in comparison instead of considering what it is they truly desire inside their relationship.

Shadows of a Third

What elements overshadow your ability to be present to your relationship?

Daniela (prefers she/her/hers pronouns) and Shaun (prefers he/his/him pronouns) talk about recent blocks they’ve experienced to intimacy, connection, and sex. When family time, trauma, and work overshadow time and energy for their relationship, Daniela and Shaun go easy on themselves.

To Plan or Not To Plan

Does planning your time together make you feel calm or caged in?

Daniela and Shaun explore their upcoming kid-free vacation and how to prepare (or not) and connect (or not) over plans for how to spend their time. From setting intentions and expectations to letting things be and flow as they are, listen as they share their thoughts and feelings around having the trip be a certain way.

Reclaim Your Relationship From Parenting Responsibilities

Daniela and Shaun share what they both lost individually and as a couple when they became parents. Daniela asks if parenting is really the key or if homeownership or being a workaholic can also contribute to this experience of forgetting who you are and how to be together. Listen as they talk about how to slow the momentum of parental responsibility to remember yourself and your relationship.

Scrum Masters and Roadblocks in Relationships


Shaun shares his past experiences as a scum master, and together Daniela and he discuss the applications for relationships. They talk about the importance of defining your priority list and getting real about where your relationship is on that list. Listen as they discuss the tangible things they do to connect.

Drained Partners, Non-Existent Relationship

Daniela and Shaun share their experiences around being drained and depleted after a family trip that left no room for their relationship. They explore how to save energy and how to generate energy at the end of the day for your relationship when you’ve given everything to work and kids. Listen as they discuss taking time for self and making your relationship a priority.