Nothing can hold you back in life like bad relationships, and nothing can help you move forward and soar like good ones.
Whether you realize it or not, relationships can hold the keys to your happiness.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was someone to help you navigate through these minefields? We found someone.
She’s a producer, entrepreneur, mother of four and the co-author six New York Times best-selling books.
In her newest book, “US: Transforming Ourselves and the Relationships That Matter Most,” Lisa Oz explains how knowing your “authentic self” is crucial to every other relationship in your life.
Lisa says your authentic self is the part of us that is separate from our backgrounds and upbringings and not attached to our emotions, likes and dislikes.
She says you need to go deeper than our superficial, habitual layers, and once you’re finally honest with yourself, you can start truly sharing yourself with the people in your life — spouses, lovers, children, co-workers, friends.
Lisa explains how scary this process can be but how free it will make you feel. And find out how she’s managed to keep her own relationship with her husband, Dr. Mehmet Oz, thriving over the years.