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Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

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Step into iconic relationship therapist Esther Perel’s office and listen as 10 anonymous couples in search of insight bare the raw, intimate, and profound details of their story. From infidelity, to sexlessness, to loss, it’s a space for people to be heard and understood. It’s also a place for us to listen and feel empowered in our own relationships. So.. where should we begin? New episode every Friday, starting Oct. 20th. Season 2 drops on Audible Oct. 24th.
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Rose Williams

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May 21st
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Kathryn Kelley

Where is the new ep??

May 15th
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May 13th
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Maurice Sawyers

fake

May 2nd
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emilyq84

very good insights into relationship goals and trials. some are very relatable even tjough my situation is different. great listen!

May 2nd
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Zenetta Green

great job...this was my first time listening to your podcast. I see communication, appreciation, attention, forgiveness & trust are my relationship tools to make it work for me. This also helps my significant other fell validated, secure, confident ...

Apr 21st
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Laura Vedas

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Apr 2nd
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Jennifer Grace Hebel

very relevant, insightful episode (motherless women). I have a mother who raised me, but she was very detached and I spent much of my time playing alone as an only child. My husband has most definitely assumed the "mom" role to our daughter. his mom was very hands-on, his best friend, totally dotes on our daughters, even though only one is biologically theirs. it's an interesting dynamic, though challenging for me as I have codependency issues. thanks for this.

Mar 28th
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yoyo_mama

I absolutely adore this podcast, thank you so much to the couples that allow themselves to be recorded. I have learned so much from each episode, I identify with something from each couple. amazing.

Mar 23rd
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Suzanne Lloyd

I'm so appreciative of all of these couples for agreeing to share these incredibly personal stories and sessions. i have none of these circumstances but I'm getting so much from it all

Mar 21st
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Michelle Zapf-Bélanger

Wow. Season 2 ep 2 breaks my heart.

Mar 17th
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Nerissa Mohammed

Lm

Mar 15th
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Seven Nash Harkness

Are these real?

Mar 11th
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Jorge Lorenzo Garcia

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Mar 11th
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PoptheBubble ChartLeaks

This is a great podcast. Could you please do an episode about an adult virgin leaving a strict religion and prepare to start dating and have sex for the first time?

Mar 8th
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Heather Carson

this podcast is amazing

Feb 14th
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Qwesi Wilson

the man has to man up and move on with the relationship because he loves her and she also loves him and should stop holding back on the past

Feb 13th
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tanya mullen

this makes me so sad...x

Feb 13th
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juan Diaz

he needs to begins to love himself, he doesn't need her, nobody needs someone who change your love like it wasnt nothing, if you know you are a good man/woman you have to give yourself the respect and value you know you deserve and he doesn't know it

Feb 9th
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Eli Goree

I just don't understand why they always have to phrase things in such and a dis accountable light when talking about female infidelity if it's a man they don't say oh he needed to find his self and not be responsible for his younger wife so he had an extramarital relationship no they just say he cheated but when it's a woman she needed to find her independence no finding Independence is learning how to be independently respectful and committed to your marriage agreement in relationship what she did was just betray and disrespect the vows that she made and her family who loves her it was totally wrong she cheated she was a loser and they try to work through it which is what you do when you love someone but can we cut the sugar coating and all the PC garbage she's a grown woman doesn't matter if she was 10 years younger be accountable that's part of making amends

Feb 8th
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Jennifer Grace Hebel

Bri Danyelle Webb Jeter I second this. Cheating is cheating, no matter what gender, what age, what stage in life. A person who is unfaithful shouldn't get off any easier just because they're a woman, or because they're "only 23", or because they have purple hair, or whatever. If they need to "find themselves", well, maybe they should evaluate whether or not they need to be in a relationship in the first place.

Mar 29th
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Ryan Wanner

Bri Danyelle Webb Jeter WOW.. I am amazed not many women would actually recognize that and vocalize it. Thank you for your acknowledgment 😊

Feb 17th
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