Updated: Feb 25
Dr. Marie Murphy is a Relationship Coach, specializing in helping people who are having affairs make decisions on how to move forward—without judgment. She has a Ph.D. in Sociology with an emphasis in Sexuality from the University of California, San Diego, and has been teaching sex education since her high school years. Dr. Murphy is also a yoga instructor and has previously taught meditation.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
Dr. Marie Murphy talks about her practical definition of feelings and emotions
Is there always a physicality to our emotions?
How sitting with your feelings can help you gain clarity and take better actions
The differences between feelings, circumstances, and thoughts
Dr. Murphy breaks down the various meanings we assign to our emotions
The vortex of negative thinking and feeling that accompanies affairs
How to get in touch with Dr. Marie Murphy
In this episode…
How do you respond to conflict? Do you shut down and try to push the discomfort away? Or, do you barrel through the situation and burn down anything in your path? Whatever your response, do you take the time to process what you’re feeling?
According to Dr. Marie Murphy, many of us never slow down long enough to process our emotions. In fact, more often than not, we don’t know what we’re actually feeling during moments of tension, such as an affair. As Dr. Murphy says, the way we’ve been taught to understand our emotions has distorted how we engage with the way we feel. So, what now?
In this episode of Your Secret is Safe with Me, Dr. Marie Murphy is joined by John Corcoran, Co-Founder of Rise25, to talk about emotions and how we process them. She dives into the distinction between feelings, thoughts, and circumstances, the inherent versus assigned meaning behind emotions, and what happens when you take the time to sit with your feelings. Keep listening.
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Dr. Marie Murphy provides shame-free, blame-free, and non-judgmental relationship coaching. She draws from different philosophical traditions and approaches in order to better understand the human condition and the different types of professional assistance that can be germane to people in complicated relationship situations.
To learn more about and her relationship coaching practice, visit www.mariemurphyphd.com today and schedule a free 30-minute consultation so that you can begin the process of healing and wellness in your life.