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Neil Sattin interviews John Gottman, Sue Johnson, Harville Hendrix, Peter Levine, Stan Tatkin, Dick Schwartz, Katherine Woodward Thomas, Diana Richardson, Terry Real, Wendy Maltz - and many others - in his quest to dig deep into all the factors that keep a Relationship Alive and Thriving! Each week Neil brings you an in-depth interview with a relationship expert. Neil is an author and relationship coach who is enthusiastic and passionate about relationships and the nuts and bolts of what mak ...
 
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Author, podcaster, and media pro Stephen Kent sits down with Brian to talk about his newly released book, How the Force Can Fix the World. In these divisive times, the North Carolina native (who now lives outside of Washington, DC) uses Star Wars as a framework for how we can improve civility, understanding, and our political discourse. Stephen als…
 
Rep. Matthew Winslow wasn't just raised by a teenage mom, he grew up with her, and they even attended college together. The freshman Republican also talks about the importance of his faith and how it's led his family, career, politics, and how he sees those who do not share his values. Brian and Skye also celebrate a state budget and review the ong…
 
Rep. Joe John is a rare legislator with high level experience in all three branches of government. Before his election to the NC House in 2016, Rep. John presided over court rooms as a judge, including service on the NC Court of Appeals from 1992-2000. The Wake County Democrat also worked as the director of the NC State Bureau of Investigation Crim…
 
Sen. Michael Lazzara talks about his career in politics, his early life in Sicily and Chicago, and how enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps led him to Camp Lejeune and a life in North Carolina. The freshman Republican also discusses his love of pizza and how it led to his creation of successful pizzerias in coastal communities in North Carolina. Sen.…
 
Rep. Ricky Hurtado talks about his family’s immigration story from El Salvador, growing up in Sanford, and the journey to Alamance County, where he won a NC House seat in 2020. The freshman Democrat also talks about the national and state notoriety he attracted on the campaign trail, and he even reveals his winning “playbook”. However, Rep. Hurtado…
 
How do you keep your relationship strong despite the pressures that child-rearing can create? And how can you leverage your attachment styles in how you show up for each other to improve your relationship along the way? Our guests are Kara Hoppe and Stan Tatkin, co-authors of the new book "Baby Bomb: A Relationship Survival Guide for New Parents" -…
 
Rep. Tim Moffitt returned to the General Assembly in 2020 after losing a tough re-election campaign in 2014. The Henderson County Republican talks about his six years out of the legislature, lessons learned, and how it gave him a different perspective on leadership. Rep. Moffitt also discusses chairing the House Alcohol Beverage Control Committee a…
 
Rep. Billy Richardson is an accomplished lawyer and legislator, but he was unlikely to be either until he confided in his high school English teacher that he could not read. The Fayetteville Democrat discusses how a teacher and a novel she gave him changed his life forever. Rep. Richardson also talks about his legislative service in 1992-96 and 201…
 
Rep. Jimmy Dixon was raised by his grandmother on a farm before he went on to play football at Wake Forest on a scholarship and returned to Duplin County to build a farm that processed over 700,000 turkeys a year. The Duplin County Republican talks of why he got into politics and why he is on a mission to educate his legislative colleagues on where…
 
Sen. Sydney Batch knows that if she's going to positively affect legislation in the Senate she's got to work across the aisle and through back channels. The Wake County Democrat also compares her one term in the NC House with her current term in the NC Senate. Brian and Skye also discuss the House and Senate budget agreement and negotiations with G…
 
When you can't be yourself in your relationship and avoid the tough conversations that you might need to have, it erodes your relationship AND your sense of self. Today we're going to focus on how to lean into conflict in ways most likely to lead to deeper connection with others as well as inner alignment within yourself. Our guest is Jayson Gaddis…
 
Rep. Brenden Jones is as plain-spoken and to-the-point as legislators come at the General Assembly. But, beneath the Columbus/Robeson County Republican's strong personality is someone with a deep and abiding faith, a love of family, and a servant's heart for a legislative district that relies on him to get the job done in Raleigh. The Deputy Majori…
 
While Rep. Terry Brown is a freshman legislator, he's a throwback in many ways as he is known for his preparation and readiness to improve legislation in committees. The Mecklenburg County Democrat talks about why he believes spending more time and focus on marking-up legislation before a floor vote makes for better policy outcomes and bipartisansh…
 
If Rep. Erin Paré makes legislating at the General Assembly look easy it may have something to do with the fact she spent seven years on Capitol Hill as a federal lobbyist. The freshman Wake County Republican also talks about her stint as a Washington (Redskins) cheerleader, how it led to meeting her military husband in Iraq, and how she now manage…
 
Rep. Brian Farkas is a moderate Democrat who thrives in a coin-toss Pitt County district that gives him the freedom to work across the political aisle. The freshman legislator also talks about being one of the younger members in the General Assembly. This week's podcast also welcomes guest-host Dylan Reel, counsel to House Rules Chairman Destin Hal…
 
Are there ways to build trust in your relationship - even if you're in the middle of a crisis? How do you identify your relationship strengths - and use them in these most challenging moments? Today we have a return visit from Dr. Peter Pearson, co-founder of the Couple's Institute (along with his wife, Dr. Ellyn Bader), and one of today's leading …
 
Rep. Chris Humphrey is a Republican who knows how to win in a Democratic district, something he's been doing since he was elected as a La Grange town councilman and county commissioner in Lenoir County. The self-described moderate talks of how a Democratic activist convinced him to join the Republican Party in 1990. The former UNC classmate of Spea…
 
Senator Don Davis is known for working across the political aisle at the General Assembly which, as he explains, is not easy in these polarizing times. The eastern North Carolina Democrat also shares his story of being raised by his grandmother as his teenage mother defied the odds by continuing her education and was eventually reunited with her so…
 
Sen. Paul Newton likes to say "good policy makes for good politics". Learn more about the Republican Senate Finance Chair, his career at Duke Energy, and his life now as a "gentleman farmer" who runs a wedding venue with his wife (and dogs) in Cabarrus County. Brian and Skye also review a rollercoaster House budget week, what's next in the budget p…
 
Rep. Zack Hawkins, in his second term at the General Assembly, has already contributed to the passage of two major bills addressing elections and autism. Learn how the Durham Democrat learned the importance of House rules, seeks opportunities to work across the political aisle, and finds inspiration from his two younger sons who are living with aut…
 
House Justice & Public Safety Appropriations Chair Jamie Boles, who has represented Moore County since 2008, recalls the General Assembly transition from Democratic-control to Republican-control after the 2010 election, relates the funeral business to NC politics, discusses his side career as a fire truck driver and EMT, and shares how humor has se…
 
How do you find the place within you that's "ok" no matter what? And how do you use that place as a resource to help you handle the things that aren't ok? In today's episode I'm going to give you a quick-and-easy way to start your day on the right foot - while at the same time getting a clear look at what just might need to change in your life...wi…
 
House Democratic Leader Robert Reives talks about how his late mother impressed upon him the responsibility to serve his community with these words: "If it’s not you, who is it going to be?" Rep. Reives also talks about his role as the chief negotiator for House Democrats and his relationship with the House GOP Leadership, including House Majority …
 
Senator Vickie Sawyer shares her journey growing up in a trailer with a mother and father struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues to her service in the North Carolina Senate fighting for those who need a voice. The Iredell County Republican also shares what it was like to face one of the most powerful North Carolina politicians in …
 
With the General Assembly on a holiday break this week, the podcast records from Carolina Beach and includes a visit from fellow beach vacationer President George W. Bush. The week before recess, Brian and Skye recorded a conversation with Rep. Vernetta Alston, a Durham Democrat, who talks about her transition from local government service to servi…
 
Rep. Destin Hall (R-Caldwell) opens up about his childhood and the role his grandparents played in raising him and shaping his life. The powerful House Rules Chairman also talks about his leadership position and an unwritten rule he wants more House members to follow. Brian and Skye also talk about the Senate Judiciary Committee's approval of a med…
 
What do you do when you feel like you're the only one doing the work in your relationship? When things would just fall apart if you weren't on top of it? Or what can you do if things aren't going so well, and you're the only one who seems to care enough to try and make things different? And how do you know when it's time to stop trying...and walk a…
 
Senator Bill Rabon talks about his powerful position within the North Carolina Senate as the Chairman of the Senate Rules Committee, his old-school conservatism, his career has a veterinarian, and how his inability to hear affects the way he leads and legislates. Brian and Skye also discuss the Senate budget, the process as it moves to the House, a…
 
The Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitor (CAI) class of glaucoma medications is one of the oldest and (when taken by mouth) one of the most effective at lowering intraocular pressure (IOP). These medications are also available in eye drop form on their own (dorzolamide, brinzolamide) as well as combined with other classes (such as the beta-blocker and alph…
 
As the Senate prepares to propose its version of a spending and tax reform plan for the state, Brian and Skye talk with Senator Kirk deViere about his unique brand of politics, how growing up poor shaped him, and, of course, his pocket squares. Plus, the energy bill is unveiled, a partisan vote on three elections bills in the Senate, a NC abortion …
 
As a budget spending cap deal is announced by Senate and House leaders, Brian and Skye sit down with Senator Todd Johnson, who talks about his practical, problem solving style of legislating. Plus, the latest on the U.S. Senate race in North Carolina, why members of Congress are visiting state legislators, the need for better pay for legislators, t…
 
As battle lines are drawn between the House, Senate, and Governor Roy Cooper over a budget cap and a troubled nominee for a cabinet secretary, Brian and Skye talk to Sen. Jay Chaudhuri about his role as the Democratic Whip in the Senate. Brian and Skye also discuss two unemployment bills pending in the House and Senate and what's in store (or not i…
 
Rep. John Bell talks about his role leading the House Republican Caucus, negotiating with the Senate, and the joy he's found in working with Rep. Robert Reives, his Democratic counterpart. Brian and Skye discuss the latest in budget talks, what a major Senate press conference this week may indicate for spending negotiations, and how an inside-the-G…
 
If your relationship is going to thrive and stand the test of time, then what are the essential ingredients for that to happen? What do you have the "right" to do - and experience - in your relationship? And - like any time that we have rights - what are the responsibilities that go along with those rights? After this week's episode, you'll be able…
 
Rep. Brian Turner talks zipper merging, his early career at MTV, his legislative accomplishments, and why he likes camping when he's in Raleigh. Brian and Skye also talk about a Senate oversight hearing, explain a campaign finance law specific to NC lobbyists, and shares their thinking on when to testify, and when not to tesify, in a General Assemb…
 
Sen. Danny Britt talks about his 67% Democratic leaning district, his impressive work on criminal justice reform, and how he works across the political aisle to move major legislation. Brian and Skye also follow a bill during crossover that was a roller-coaster ride, explain why the Tennessee flag was flying atop the NC State Capitol, and so much m…
 
Brian and Skye talk about long days and late nights this week at the North Carolina General Assembly, which is running at a frenetic pace as we enter "crossover" week. Senator Mutjaba Mohammed talks about his collaborative work with Republican legislators and interest groups on criminal justice reform legislation while staying true to his progressi…
 
NC Labor Commissioner Josh Dobson talks about how we wants to keep North Carolina's workers safe, his political career and philosophy, and his bipartisan reputation as a consensus-builder who listens to all voices. The former McDowell County legislator also opens up about our toxic political environment and what he would do to improve it. Brian and…
 
Rep. Graig Meyer talks about his role in the House Democratic caucus and the barrier it creates to working with his Republican colleagues. The Chapel Hill Democrat also talks about his kinship with a House Republican leader, recounts his participation in a Do Politics Dinner in 2019, and offers up how he would fix our politics. Brian and Skye also …
 
Rep. Jason Saine discusses how he use humor, including frequent quotes from 'The Anchorman', Ice Cube, and 'Ferris Bueller', while legislating. The powerful House budget writer also opens up about a tough time in his life. Brian and Skye also talk about the latest on the U.S. Senate race in North Carolina, a "for discussion only" bill heard in the …
 
In case you haven’t heard, the Growing Pains podcast has morphed into the Insights with Don Mills and David Campbell podcast. We are continuing to talk about the big issues, challenges and opportunities to that face Atlantic Canada over the next decade. I encourage you to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. As always if you have a topic you w…
 
Senator Mike Woodard talks about the Senate's bipartisan Night Owl Caucus, including their favorite Raleigh hangouts, and his impromptu singing duets with former Senator Jerry Tillman. Brian and Skye also talk about their spring break week, the new bipartisan PSA featuring Governor Roy Cooper and General Assembly leaders, and the social aspects of …
 
Episode #42 is live! Dr. Herb Emery and the brains behind Growing Pains, Matt George, join David Campbell to reflect on 40+ Growing Pains podcasts and to talk about how we can better retain the thousands of people moving to the region each year. This is the last Growing Pains podcast in its current format. David is joining -Don Mills on an exciting…
 
Senator Jim Perry contrasts the Senate with the House, explains how he's never been interested in politics but it was interested in him, and talks about his unique brand of politics in the General Assembly. Brian and Skye also talk about House and Senate caucuses and how a particular bill went sideways in a committee when Democrats teamed up with R…
 
Episode #41 is live! Enjoy our conversation with NB Power’s Brett Plummer on the economic opportunity of SMR development in New Brunswick. What's on the It's the Economy, Stupid blog this week? Subscribe and learn! We want to hear your voice! If you want to be featured in our Q&A segment, send a text or audio question to our social or matt@unsettle…
 
Rep. Allison Dahle, a Wake County Democrat in her second term, talks about the power of talking to those with whom she disagrees and how she defends her progressive views while maintaining partnerships with key conservatives. Brian and Skye also talk about a dust-up in a Senate hearing, Governor Cooper's budget proposal, the measured reaction to th…
 
If you have an insecure attachment style (or your partner does - or both of you do) - can you have a healthy relationship? And how do you know if an issue that comes up is something that you'll actually be able to fix? Avoidant, anxious, island, wave - or secure - sure, it's helpful to be able to identify your attachment style - but what can you ac…
 
Episode #40 is live! Enjoy our conversation on First Nations economic development, with Terry Richardson, Chief of Pabineau First Nations. What's on the It's the Economy, Stupid blog this week? Subscribe and learn! We want to hear your voice! If you want to be featured in our Q&A segment, send a text or audio question to our social or matt@unsettle…
 
Rep. John Torbett, a Gaston County Republican, talks about politics, his professional and political career, including his stint as a lobbyist on Capitol Hill. Brian and Skye also talk about Governor Cooper and Senator Berger teaming up once again for a PSA, a daylights savings time bill, the mysterious world of bill drafting at the General Assembly…
 
Governor Cooper and Senator Berger fist bump after a major compromise is found on a school reopening bill, a joint budget meeting turns into a throw-down, retweets and mean tweets, the difference between a PCS and an amendment, why we love the General Assembly security screeners, and so much more. Send us your suggestions for the podcast at skye@ne…
 
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