Welcome to my podcast: The Meaningful Life
Having written over 20 books on couple relationships, I am now creating a series of podcasts which dive deeper, exploring the essential elements of a meaningful life.
Covid-19 has affected us all deeply, changed many things and called much into question. Old routines have changed and many assumptions no longer hold true. Few of us have witnessed before the powerlessness of the nations in the face of this invisible force.
One real positive though in the darkness is a deeper search for meaning that lockdown has brought to many of us.
For us to live lives of meaning requires us to know what is important to us and what is not. We must choose to be authentic. The approval of others becomes less important for us.
Over the coming months, I will be talking to a range of guests who are eminent in their field who will be sharing their insights into The Meaningful Life, with its joys, pains and uncertainties with us. For my supporters, they will be able to ask my guests questions, listen to three things my guests know to be true (only available to supporters) and other exciting benefits.
You are very welcome to join me on this journey of discovery as together we explore The Meaningful Life in all its richness and diversity.
“We are creatures of desire.
What we most desire is meaning.
What makes us suffer most is a lack of meaning."
Andrew G. Marshall Podcast Manifesto
The Meaningful Life: Latest Episodes
Below you will find a Podbean player with the latest episodes of The Meaningful Life with Andrew G. Marshall:
“Choose meaning over happiness."
James Hollis, Jungian Analyst and author of 'Living an Examined Life'
Other Podcasts by Andrew
As well as writing books and articles for magazines, Andrew is often a guest on other people’s podcasts – here is a collection of them.
If you would like Andrew to be a guest on your podcast please contact General Press and Publicity enquiries.
Healing Coach, Author and Podcaster Valeria Teles interviews Andrew G. Marshall, a marital therapist and author who offers straightforward advice for creating successful and fulfilling relationships.
Getting the most out of love needs skills and the good news is that these skills can be taught. Find this podcast on the Fit For Joy website: Fit For Joy – Healing Conversation #229
Listen to the UK’s best known Marital Therapist talk about life beyond infidelity.
Find this podcast on Spotify.
Men are trained not to be aware of their feelings, they are trained to man up, get on with it, solve the problem, and work harder.
Andrew discusses the reason why the word midlife crisis is not a good term and why it can be the gateway to something incredible, why the transition to the Middle Passage can become a problem, and the three most-difficult questions which take you can ask yourself to come out of the other side in a better place.
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