LOVE is in the Air: Relationships and Communication With Gina Vucci and Alison Armstrong

During this week’s radio show you will learn about:

  • Using the Mirror of Relationships
  • Balancing Closeness and Independence
  • Becoming Aware of Our Unconscious Patterns
  • The Biggest Mistakes in Communicating Between Men and Women
  • Leading up to Valentine’s Day, What Both Gender Can Do To Improve the Holiday
Gina Vucci

Here is a snapshot of Gina Vucci: Gina is a “Soccer Mom”. She is a single mom raising three inspired children, a survivor of Domestic Violence, a sober alcoholic for over twenty years, a mentor, a friend, an advocate, a seeker. Her journey has brought her to a place of knowing that life holds something extraordinary for each of us. Her faith and hope has brought insight and inspiration to many. Her passion is to support people in recognizing their true potential for joy, freedom and empowerment.

Gina’s childhood was shaped by the tragic loss of her father at a young age, the brokenness and contradictions of those around her, by violence, and by abuse. Losing herself in rebellion at an early age, she rejected all tradition and authority, ultimately finding grace and recovery through surrendering to a “power greater than herself” who restored her to sanity…most of the time.

Working with Shakti has been a powerful and transformative process for Gina. She feels it is an honor to work alongside Shakti, and is grateful for the mentoring she has received from Shakti. Today they enjoy a rich partnership bringing Shakti’s work to the world.

The relationships in our lives — whether with romantic partners, coworkers, family, or friends — are often our greatest source of both comfort and frustration. In the enclosed review copy of The Relationship Handbook: A Path to Consciousness, Healing, and Growth (New World Library, November 1, 2014), which is her first book in nearly fifteen years, beloved bestselling author Shakti Gawain, and her coteacher for many years Gina Vucci, show how they also have the potential to be our greatest teachers.

“It’s very difficult to look inside ourselves and see what’s going on in there, particularly to see what we’re unaware of,” write Shakti and Gina. “That’s why it’s important to look at our relationships as mirrors of our inner processes. Used this way, relationships become one of the most valuable sources of healing and teaching in our lives.”

You can learn more about Gina here.


Alison Armstrong

Alison Armstrong, author, educator, and creator of the widely acclaimed “Queen’s Code” workshop series, asks the question: “What if no one is misbehaving — including you?”  She explores the good reasons behind the behavior of men and women such as fundamental differences in the ways we think, act and communicate. She offers simple, partnership-based, solutions to improve our communication and intimacy by honoring ourselves and others. She’s known for her insight, sense of humor and ability to articulate the human experience and predicament of gender.

You can learn more about Alison here.

Return to the Harvesting Happiness Podcast Page
Connect With Us

Harvesting Happiness Talk Radio FacebookHarvesting Happiness with Lisa Cypers Kamen on X formerly twitterHarvesting Happiness Soundcloud

Harvesting Happiness InstagramHarvesting Happiness PinterestHarvesting Happiness Youtube

Tune In

Harvesting Happiness Talk Radio FacebookHarvesting Happiness TwitterHarvesting Happiness Soundcloud

Harvesting Happiness InstagramHarvesting Happiness PinterestHarvesting Happiness Youtube

Consult with Lisa

Coach with me

Contact Us

Have a question or comment for us? We love hearing from our listeners!

Call Us @ 877-929-5300

  • Are you interested in being a guest on our show or do you have a great idea for a show theme?
  • Partner with us! Show sponsorship opportunities are available.

Contact Andrea Minghelli, Producer