Interview with Dr. Marla
I’m Eva from DrEvaTherapy, my focus is on sorting out perfectionism. It really makes life much more challenging. I am interviewing Dr. Marla, who has been a great source of advice over the years for me. She is a holistic psychologist and relationship expert from Zen Mind Space. Dr. Marla opened my eyes to understanding the feminine and masculine energies we have in all of us regardless of our sex and gender. Many perfectionists rely too strongly on their masculine energy which upsets the balance in relationships with others. Check out our conversation to learn how to calibrate your masculine and feminine energies.
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Dr. Marla introduced to me the notion of feminine/masculine energy and it blew my mind. It wasn’t something we learned about in graduate school, yet it makes so much sense. Here are some of the questions I asked. Please watch the video to hear the answers.
- Could you please give a snapshot of what feminine / masculine energies are all about?
- Perfectionists tend to be quite masculine in their energy, right? Can you speak to that- how is it that a woman can have so much masculine energy? Can men have more feminine energy?
- How does this overwhelming masculine energy affect the dynamics between a couple or within a family?
- If perfectionism is this obsession with doing, how does someone enter a state of being?
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