How to Be Happier in Our Intimate Relationships: A Conversation with Beth Green, a Very Human and Married Guru Shakes Up Our Perspectives!

July 6, 2017
Hosted by Helen Hillix, Todd Benton and Chris Reese

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Who wouldn’t like to learn the secret of being happier in our intimate relationships? Don’t you wish you could figure out how to be less reactive to the things that bug you about him/her? Wouldn’t you like to learn to more loving even when you want to shout instead? What IS the secret to intimacy? Is it settling for what you get or is it trying to change yourself and each other? What did you learn from your family or childhood about intimate relationships? Were your parents happy and affectionate? Listen to Host Helen Hillix interview Beth Green and learn how we can all improve our intimate connections. You are sure to find out things that you can practice on your own and make your own intimate relationships better.

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Helen Hillix, Todd Benton and Chris Reese

Helen Hillix, Todd Benton and Chris Reese

Helen Hillix, Todd Benton and Chris Reese met many years ago, when our journeys for inner healing brought us to the InnerRevolution.Org. Under the guidance of Beth Green, the organization’s founder, we evolved into spiritual activists who support the three principles of The Inner Revolution: Oneness, Accountability and Mutual support – in all areas of life. Ultimately, there is no personal healing; no one person can be well in a world where others are suffering. It takes a collective shift in awareness for sustainable change and for everyone to thrive. InnerRevolutionary radio was Beth Green’s baby, and now it’s our turn to nurture this platform and share the vision: gathering others and sharing work that is being done around the world under many different banners to bring more consciousness into personal, political, spiritual and business arenas. As co-hosts of InnerRevolutionary Radio, Helen, Todd and Chris bring you a weekly opportunity to confront mindless traditions, look at how we separate from one another, and learn to transform our thinking. And, once a month we interview Beth, who is an amazingly wise, compassionate, and funny woman. We have day jobs too: Helen is an intuitive counselor, Todd a web developer, and Chris is an insurance industry executive. Each of us practices the principles of Oneness, Accountability and Mutual Support in all aspects of our lives. It’s a ride, with ups and downs, and worth every minute of it! Join us to learn, laugh and evolve.

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  • 7/27/2017: Is Grindr more than a way to hook up? Is it also an opportunity for public outreach and a way to build community? Listen Now
  • 7/20/2017: How Can Technology Support an Inner Revolution? A Look Into the Future of Artificial Intelligence and Other Technological Trends with Co-Hosts Todd Benton and Helen Hillix Listen Now
  • 7/13/2017: Kristiina Volmari of the Finnish Educational Agency Discusses Their Stellar Educational System! Why is it so different from the US system? Let's ask if the US can learn from them. Listen Now
  • 7/6/2017: How to Be Happier in Our Intimate Relationships: A Conversation with Beth Green, a Very Human and Married Guru Shakes Up Our Perspectives! Listen Now

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