In this episode, Jungian analyst, world-renowned speaker, author and Episcopal priest J. Pittman Mcgehee discusses what it means to be truly married. Don’t miss this episode! It’s deep, and reflects many decades of wisdom from a truly wise soul who has been on the front lines of psychotherapy and education for a long time.
Dr. J. Pittman McGehee is a world-renowned Jungian analyst and lecturer at the intersection of psychology and spirituality. He is the author of The Invisible Church: Finding Spirituality Where You Are, Raising Lazarus: The Science of Healing the Soul and The Paradox of Love. He was the dean of the Episcopal Cathedral in Houston for 11 years. Currently, he is a faculty member of the Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland. He is also the director of The Institute for the Advancement of Psychology and Spirituality. The Institute joins the disciplines of psychology and religion by exploring the concept that mental health comes with the integration of the biological, psychological, and spiritual elements of the human condition.
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“Realize that problems are natural, difficulty is not a choice, and that you become married through your problem solving.” – J. Pittman McGehee
- What is the purpose of relationships?
- Can be you be a full individual while married?
- What does it mean to be TRULY married?
- How do you know if a relationship is just bad or worth working on?
- What are the different types of love?
- What does intimacy really consist of?
“We can become more fully ourselves as individuals by being in deep and close relationship with others.” – John Howard
- Get a copy of The Paradox of Love by J. Pittman McGehee
- Visit J. Pittman McGehee’s website
“Falling in love is the only psychosis that’s not in the DSM V!” – Dr. McGehee’s Colleague