EPS 51 Retroactive Jealousy, Personal Evolution, and Learning to Let Go with Zachary Stockill

EPS 51 Retroactive Jealousy, Personal Evolution, and Learning to Let Go with Zachary Stockill

Hey lovers and warriors!

Welcome to Episode 51!

Ever experience jealousy over your partner’s relationship history? While it’s not pleasant to experience, it could be a new opportunity for personal evolution and deepening your relationship. Zachary Stockill, author of Overcoming Retroactive Jealousy, guides us through tips and tricks for navigating the complexities, so you can get back to center and back to love.

In this episode you will hear:

  • What is retroactive jealousy and how is it different than regular jealousy?
  • How do we know when it’s jealousy or when it’s a red flag to get the fuck out.
  • How to reframe jealousy in a way that helps people get unstuck.
  • Strategies for helping in ‘letting go’
  • Tips and tools to help overcome jealousy
  • What actions to avoid in navigating the jealousy
  • Grounding principles and affirmations to help intimate relationships

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Zachary Stockill is an award-winning Canadian researcher, writer, coach, and podcaster based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. He has been acknowledged as a leading voice on confronting and overcoming jealousy in relationships. He is the author of the guidebook Overcoming Retroactive Jealousy, and founder and lead writer at RetroactiveJealousy.com, the most popular site on the internet concerning its central topic. His most recent book is Everyday Joy.

Zachary’s writing on culture and personal development has appeared in publications such as the Huffington Post, Mic, PopMatters, and others. His work has been featured in BBC News, The Sun, HuffPost Live, the Art of Charm, Knowledge for Men, and many other podcasts and publications.

His new podcast, Humans in Love, features relaxed conversations about culture, relationships, and personal development featuring unconventional perspectives. Past guests include world-renowned Beatles expert Mark Lewisohn, award-winning writer Isobel Losada, and the author of Radical Honesty, Dr. Brad Blanton.

To find out more and connect with Zachary, go to retroactivejealousy.com and zfstockill.com

Check out his book on Amazon here.

Try his FREE mini course on retroactive jealousy!


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