You, Me, Empathy - Episode 46: How to Be an Active Participant in Your Own Life with Tony the Therapist

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On Episode 46 of You, Me, Empathy, Tony the Therapist is back to explore how we coexist with someone who’s struggling, communication and vulnerability in relationships, and being an active participant in your own life.

We also talk about how to be a better active listener in our relationships, the Speaker-Listener Technique, the important distinction and clarity between objective truth and subjective truth in experiences, the difference between condoning behavior and validating it, some nuance of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and . . . the reminder we all need: your self-care practice is a journey—so be kind to yourself!

Do you relate to any of the things we talked about in this episode? Please share your experiences and empathy below or over on social media @YouMeEmpathy on Twitter and Instagram!

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Anthony Ramynke is a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, licensed by the Board of Behavioral Sciences, license number LMFT47805.

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