This episode brings to you guest Artie Hoffman, who has been a master-level psychic medium, intuitive life coach, and spiritual advisor, motivational speaker, for over two decades. His strong faith and natural intuitiveness, coupled with his ability to provide emotional understanding, makes him the preeminent spiritual therapist with foresight. A nationally renowned speaker, healer, and radio personality, Artie's weekly radio show, "Angels and Answers," gives listeners a chance to connect with him from anywhere in the U.S. People call in to discuss a variety of topics from love and relationships, career/finances, and family life, to communicating with their deceased loved ones.
Artie has also been a featured regular on NJ 101.5, XTU 92.5, Cat Country 107.3 and Buzz Radio and has performed his spiritual shows throughout the United States, including the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City and was booked to perform at the Palace of Versailles in France. His seminars and workshops are always well attended, drawing a large number of people wanting to gain insight and advice, and to help better themselves. He has also had clients to include some of the top personalities in the movie, music and television industry, as well as sports figures and athletes, and prominent political figures. Artie conducts his one-on-one private readings at his office or over the phone, as well as doing group parties and corporate events around the country.
On the show, Rebecca and Artie talk about how having expectations and demands on others create challenges and that others may not be capable of meeting those demands. This sets us up for disappointment and we end up hurt. The two talk candidly about the unhealthiness of relationships and how to change specific behaviors to create better relationships. The topic of perception and the amount of energy invested into the situation is discussed in detail with respect to how it plays out within any situation or relationship. Artie talks about why it may be necessary to cut the ties to a person within an unhealthy relationship. Rebecca supports this by explaining how, oftentimes, we stay in unhealthy situations because we are accustomed to it; it is familiar. There is much insight to glean from the male-female perspective within this conversation!