Relationship Unconscious

The "Relationship Unconscious" podcast site focuses on how the mind’s unconscious influences the way we think, feel, and behave in our relationships. Featuring the work of licensed psychologist and psychotherapist James Tobin, Ph.D., the site offers (1) audio presentations on the psychology of relationship dynamics among couples, between parents and children, and in the workplace; (2) webinar events; and (3) recordings of interactive group seminars.

https://jamestobinphd.podbean.com

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episode 139: 21 - The Four Things You Need to Know About Your Narcissistic Boss


Whether I am serving in the role of executive coach or psychotherapist, most of my clients inevitably discuss problems they are having with a narcissistic manager. Elsewhere I have described the increasing prevalence of narcissism, a trend that ironicall...


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episode 138: 20 - The Disorder of Accumulated Stress: Anxiety


The 11 psychiatric diagnoses that make up the Anxiety Disorders category of the current psychiatric nomenclature center on the manifestation of worry, concern about future threats, ruminations about performance and social acceptance, and avoidance behavi...


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episode 129: 19 - A Self and a Name: Brief Reflection in the Wake of the College Admissions Scandal


Despite the notoriety of the 2016 publication of Angela Duckworth's Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance, it appears that a significant contingent of contemporary adolescents is trending toward attitudes and behaviors directly opposing the value o...


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episode 128: 18 - Are You Typecast? Polarization in Couples


Polarization is a common dynamic among couples that is unconsciously motivated and very hard to detect. When polarization occurs in relationships, it often yields conflict, distress, and impasse, with many couples who are polarized ultimately breaking up...


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 2019-04-17  11m
 
 

episode 123: 17 - What Nietzsche Teaches Us About Good Parenting


Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche was a German philosopher, artist, and Latin and Greek scholar who is perhaps best known for his study of tragedy in ancient Greek mythology. Nietzsche conceptualized an important element of tragedy, the artistic depiction of h...


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 2019-03-20  9m
 
 

episode 122: 16 - Psychological "Cloning"


As parents, most if not all of us probably hope that our own children will absorb the very best of us, our positive personality tendencies, our industrious habits, and our moral standards and values, and disregard the rest. The last thing we want to beli...


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 2019-03-13  9m
 
 

episode 113: 15 - The Illusion of Complexity


Often the solutions to many problems encountered in daily living and in contemporary relationships are not that difficult to reach. In fact, it seems to me that we often know what we need to do, as the issue at hand is not typically something we do not u...


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 2019-03-01  9m
 
 

episode 112: 14 - Counteridentification


Counteridentification is an important term in psychological theory and in the literature on psychotherapy. It is also implicated in numerous problems that many adults experience. It refers to the common unconscious motivation in pre-adolescence and adole...


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 2019-02-27  14m
 
 

episode 110: 13 – What You Elicit


Many approaches to self-improvement and personal change are largely focused on self-understanding, on learning about one’s problematic or limiting beliefs, tendencies, and self-destructive actions.   Although this perspective on the internal, personal fa...


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 2019-02-13  10m
 
 

episode 109: 12 – The Neurobiology of Fate


There is an emerging body of scientific research indicating that the human brain is impacted by social experience in ways we did not realize previously. In the last several decades we learned that the brain is malleable, a discovery that continues to inf...


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 2019-02-11  12m
 
 
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