151: LOVE IS A VERB with Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison and Holley M. Kholi-Murchison (*Best Of The WANTcast rebroadcast)

True love, real love, “the one”… the way people describe love is pretty and aspirational, but ultimately super vague. What does love actually feel like? How do you know it’s love and not just old habits or displaced desires? Is love even a noun at all, or is it an action?

In this episode, I talk to partners in life, love, and business, Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison and Holley Kholi-Murchison) about:

  • How to truly be in relationship and partnership with someone else….and also honor yourself and your own desires.
  • Re-evaluating and reflecting about the way you relate to love
  • HOW THE HECK do you separate your own self-love from the love you experience from someone else — especially if that person fills many roles in your life?
  • and more!

    (this episode is a Best Of The WANTcast rebroadcast — so if you loved it the first time around, listen again to gather even more gems you might have missed!)



Holley M. Kholi-Murchison is an artist and cultural geographer began her career more than 15 years ago. She is not just a writer, a strategy consultant, an entrepreneur, a speaker—she is an explorer and a trailblazer, forging her own path and teaching others to do the same.


Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison, also known as Kholi, is a writer, editor, critical thinker, entrepreneur, and growth strategist. She’s been helping individuals and organizations realize their visions for more than a decade.



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