Live Taping of “Couples Therapy in Seven Words”–Come Be Part of It!

Dr. Bruce Chalmer and Judy Alexander, Couples Therapy in Seven Words podcast

You’re Invited to a live taping of the  “Couples Therapy in Seven Words” podcast!

When: Sunday, August 15, 2021 from 1:00 – 2:30 pm

Where: Temple Sinai, 500 Swift St. South Burlington VT

Admission is free (but please respond–see below)

Couples therapist Dr. Bruce Chalmer and his wife and co-host Judy Alexander are having their first taping with a live audience of their popular podcast, Couples Therapy in Seven Words. And you’re invited to be in the audience!

The podcast can be seen and heard on YouTube, Podbean, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your favorite podcasts. 

In past episodes, Bruce and Judy have covered all sorts of topics related to couples, couples therapy, and relationships in general. Some of the most popular episodes have covered sex (no surprise there), infidelity, communication (check out Bruce’s rant in the episode titled “It’s Not About Communication!”), family estrangement, and much more. Interview guests have included nationally known authors and experts on sex, sociology, humor, and affairs, as well as some fascinating couples who share their own stories of trials and triumphs.

One of the show’s regular features is the listener question segment, where Bruce and Judy (and guests if they’re on the show) respond to a letter submitted by a listener. As part of the audience for this live taping, you’ll have the opportunity to ask your own questions and participate in the discussion. If you prefer, you can submit your questions or topic suggestions in advance.

Also, personally autographed copies of Bruce’s book, Reigniting the Spark: Why Stable Relationships Lose Intimacy, and How to Get It Back, will be available for purchase.

Light refreshments will be served. To comply with health regulations, please wear a mask if you are unvaccinated.

If you’d like to be part of this event, kindly respond to You may also submit your questions or topic suggestions to this email.

3 thoughts on “Live Taping of “Couples Therapy in Seven Words”–Come Be Part of It!

  1. What happens when the activity that brought you together becomes very difficult for one partner to do? Physical activity such as geocaching, hiking, running, Boot Camp, kayaking, and camping is what attracted my husband and I to each other. We enjoyed these activities together for many years. During Covid, I stopped moving and gained weight. Now my knees and ankles are in very bad shape and I can only do very easy, flat, simple, physical things. My husband hasn’t slowed down at all. In fact, he has increased his activity level by exercising with more fit friends. So, most weekends I am sitting home unable to join him in his fun. I blame myself, I try to lose weight, he hasn’t said anything negative thing to me. He isn’t angry with me. But part of me is resentful, and I feel left out. I have seen a doctor and I have a legitimate diagnosis of Patello Femoral Syndrome. But I can’t help but feel I have failed to keep up my end of the marriage. The answer seems simple. I must lose weight. But meanwhile, I want to be the person he fell in love with.

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