Humanity’s Values


Introduction and Welcome

A podcast of Life Weavings, LLC

Recent Episodes

(45) Removing the Link Between Diagnosis and Behavior

Whether working as a therapist, social worker, or psychiatrist, the question often comes up as to how to address behavioral change, how to make it happen, and how to speed it up; and inevitably the client or patient will make some comment about addressing their mental...

(44) Navigating Social Change: An Interview with Jeff Fullington

When navigating social change, keep in mind how you consider differences and evaluate others. See people as whole persons rather than a collection of parts.

(43) Interview with Juan Lee: Love Made Simple

Juan Lee is an author and teacher on the powerful principle of love. Raised within the Christian church, Juan has turned to teachings about love over the years to find strength, understanding and hope. As a child, Juan was the youngest of four children raised by a...

(42) 3 Things To Know Before Entering Therapy

Interview with Bryan Nixon, a therapist at and founder of Mindful Counseling GR in Grand Rapids, MI. Here we discuss therapeutic modality and the relationship with the client. Choosing to enter therapy is an important and often a difficult decision. Listening to these...

(39) 3 Ways to Define Love and Why They Matter

How we define love determines how we experience love. It is important to pay attention to the underlying assumptions of your love story.

(41) How We Can Deepen Intimacy and Why it’s Important

We've been exploring habits and steps for building and maintaining healthy relationships. Here we continue that journey by looking at intimacy and its connection to authenticity. We can learn to express different parts of ourselves in different situations and through...

About Humanity’s Values

Humanity’s Values is dedicated to exploring the psychology of relationships. Here you will explore the human experience through understanding your Stories and how they define your Values. Expand your emotional and behavioral flexibility through the lens of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

Our shared humanity carries the pieces that cause so much strife, but it also contains the solutions for our problems as individuals and in our communities. My hope is to encourage generative dialogue, where even amidst disagreement, we are able to hold the truths of multiple perspectives. By doing so, we can lay the groundwork for building healthier, more resilient relationships.


Where to Listen

If you have any questions about any part of an episode, please feel free to reach out. I will respond to each message and it’s possible your question may get an entire episode dedicated to it! If your question/topic is selected I will let you know.

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