Show Notes

This week, we’re carving out a space for improving parental relationships. We open this episode by airing a short clip from this fantastic father/daughter scene (posted below), in which a young lady named Faye captions her social media post: “When you get to watch your dad watch his favourite song live for the first time ever!” Sadly, not all parental relationships are this telling—but they can be!

Dr. Audrey Sherman (“19 Lasting Effects of Abandoning or Emotionally Unavailable Parents”) joins this week’s show to help us understand and work through the complex issue of fixing broken parental relationships and how to work through abandonment issues as an adult.

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Until next time, have a great night!

About this Week’s Guest

Dr. Audrey Sherman

Dr. Audrey Sherman is a licensed Psychologist, Coach, and author of Dysfunction Interrupted: How to Quickly Overcome Depression, Anxiety and Anger Starting Now. She is the founder of PsychSkills Institute and Dysfunction Interrupted™ and is an expert in helping others overcome emotional baggage stemming from a dysfunctional family, past relationships or dysfunctional thinking patterns.

Audrey holds degrees from Clemson University and the University of Georgia. She completed her doctoral internship through Wayne State University’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences in Detroit, MI.

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