Idealized Self Vs. Realized Self: Guest Sarah Herron from ABC's "The Bachelor"
February 18, 2015
Hosted by Psychotherapists Dr. Bobbe Sommer and Lori Lynn Mann
Each and every one of us has an image painted in our minds of who we would LIKE to be, but that image is not always who we SEE ourselves to be. Sound familiar? Understanding the difference between your idealized self and your realized self plays a huge factor in the build up, or the breakdown of your self image. This in turn plays a factor in our relationships, especially the relationship between ourself and our significant other. With the help of celebrity guest Sarah Herron, former contestant from ABC’s The Bachelor, Dr. Bobbe and Lori Lynn will talk about how we see ourselves, despite or maybe because of our differences while further dissecting the subject of self-image psychology.
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Relationslips discusses how to live through your spirit and with your ego. Without this carefully measured formula, relationships become relation-slips. Played out in live banter between two therapists who are forty years apart, the mentor and mentee laugh about the real-life moments in their lives where Ego took over, chat about marriage for fifty years by one and the online dating world of the other, and discuss news of the day through the perspective of two therapists analyzing the Ego/Spirit ratio in relationships made public by way of the media. Celebrity guests, your questions and comments, and weekly recaps comprise the show’s formula.
In collaboration with social media, Twitter talks and hashtags, you will have the chance to interact with your favorite celebrities and relate to them as our guests tell their fans about lessons they’ve learned, and how their fame plays a constant role in their daily lives.
Psychotherapists Dr. Bobbe Sommer and Lori Lynn Mann
Dr. Bobbe Sommer is a leading psychotherapist, heralded author, and internationally acclaimed speaker. She has been a repeat guest of Oprah Winfrey. Dr. Sommer has the ability to translate complex psychological theories into down-to-earth advice. An internationally recognized speaker, consultant, and seminar leader, Sommer was chosen as one of the "Hottest Speakers" by Working Woman magazine, and is the author of Psycho-Cybernetics 2000, a revitalization of Maxwell Maltz's classic Psycho-Cybernetics. Dr. Sommer has discussed psychotherapy topics in the media including the aforementioned Oprah Winfrey, CBS-TV Network News with Maria Shriver, local television and radio broadcasts such as "Talk America", "AM Northwest", and publications including Cosmopolitan, Entrepreneur, Female Executive, Working Woman and Bottom Line.
Psychotherapist Lori Lynn Mann specializes in relationships with self and with others. Mann is often sought after as an author, speaker, and has consulted on psychotherapy topics in the media including Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times, Cosmopolitan and more.