Life Coach: Interacting With Family Members

Tom Gagliano
Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest: Tom Gagliano
Guest Bio: Tom Gagliano is a life coach, published author, and a key note speaker with a Masters in Social Work. His book, The Problem Was Me: How to End Negative Self-Talk and Take Your Life to a New Level, with Dr. Abraham Twerski, explores how we sabotage the happiness in our lives simply because we are so afraid of intimacy. Tom is a graduate of Seton Hall University and has a bachelor’s degree in Marketing. He then went back to school, at age 51, and graduated from Rutgers with an Masters in Sociual Work, August of 2011. He has added a life coach to his resume in January of 2012.

Segment Overview
Tom Gagliano discusses interacting with family members.



Transcription

Health Professional Radio

Neal Howard: Hello. You’re listening to Health Professional Radio. I’m your host, Neal Howard. Thank you so much for joining us today. Our guest in studio is Tom Gagliano, life coach, published author, and keynote speaker. He’s got a masters degree in social work. He’s here today with us to talk about cultivating relationships with our family members. Some of those relationships may be broken or on the verge of being broken.

With the harsh winter over and spring and summer moving in, it’s probably a bet that we’re going to be interacting with family members a little bit more than we did over the winter months, with cookouts and family reunions and whatnot. Tom, could you talk a little bit about some of the self-destructive habits that we have when we’re interacting with family members?

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