Waiting for Ramen...

Waiting for Ramen

Figs and Teale are 10 days past their due date, anxiously awaiting the home birth of their second child, Kian. Together they share their vulnerabilities and experiences during this time while also waiting for their favorite San Francisco Friday night treat—Ramen!

As couples therapists, they recognize that during times of stress or conflict, people in a relationship have to trust the process. Figs often reminds himself and clients alike that you can relax now because you are held by a process. Of course, this is always easier said than done. Teale admits: I wish I was immersed in the trust the process sauna.

This short, impromptu podcast filmed on the San Francisco sidewalk is full of honesty, humor, and openness. Listen for important reminders of connection, Figs’ Irish accent, and find out what sexy time at 41 weeks looks like for the loving couple.

Stay tuned for next week episodes where Figs and Teale will both share their birthing story.

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Figs is the creator of the Empathi method and the certification process for Empathi coaches. He’s also Chief Empathi Officer, husband, dad, wounded-healer and was featured on NPR’s All Things Considered as a champion for healthy relationships. Figs’ life’s mission is to help couples feel more connected.

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