Relationship Fitness

Nihinlola Olowe

Nihinlola Olowe is a seasoned psychotherapist with expertise in counseling psychology, offering specialized services in trauma, behavioral modification, and psychological testing, among others. She provides tailored therapy to a diverse clientele, including traumatized children, professionals, families, and couples, as well as individuals facing fertility issues, using a compassionate and scientifically rigorous approach to promote emotional and behavioral recovery.

S20 E1: Historical, Cultural, and Religious Perspectives on Infidelity

This episode delves into historical, cultural, and religious perspectives on infidelity, particularly from the male viewpoint, and challenges the notion of infidelity as a man’s right. Psychotherapist Nihinlola discusses the thin line between polygamy, which involves consent, and infidelity, which is often secretive and morally questionable.

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S20 E2: Societal Norms and Gender Roles that Impact Infidelity

This episode explores how societal norms and gender roles influence perceptions and behaviors surrounding infidelity, highlighting the double standards that grant men leniency while condemning women for the same actions. Psychotherapist Nihinlola Olowe discusses real-world examples and emphasizes the need for societal evolution towards mutual respect and equality in relationships.

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S20 E3: Psychological Factors that impact infidelity

This episode delves into the psychological drivers behind infidelity in men, exploring factors such as emotional dissatisfaction, societal pressures, and the quest for validation. Psychotherapist Nihinlola Olowe highlights how cultural norms and double standards contribute to unfaithful behaviors and calls for a reevaluation of how marital fidelity is perceived and addressed.

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S20 E4: Ethical and Moral Considerations Involving Infidelity

This episode navigates the ethical and moral considerations of monogamy versus polygamy, emphasizing the critical roles of consent and commitment in both types of unions. Psychotherapist Nihinlola Olowe discusses the cultural and legal nuances that influence relationship dynamics globally, highlighting how true rights in relationships must be balanced with responsibilities and mutual respect.

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S20 E5: What if My Wife Doesn’t Want Sex?

This episode tackles the sensitive question of whether infidelity is justified if a wife refuses intimacy, emphasizing the importance of addressing underlying issues through communication and empathy rather than seeking extramarital solutions. Psychotherapist Nihinlola Olowe highlights how infidelity can compound marital problems and urges couples to seek professional help to strengthen their bond.

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S20 E6: Infidelity’s Impact on Our Wife

This episode delves into the profound emotional and psychological impact of infidelity on wives, highlighting the deep sense of betrayal, disrupted trust, and diminished self-worth it can cause. Psychotherapist Nihinlola Olowe discusses the severe mental health consequences and societal double standards, urging men to recognize the far-reaching effects of their actions and advocating for fidelity and empathy in relationships.

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S20: Is Infidelity the Right of a Man E7: Infidelity’s Impact on our Children

This episode delves into the profound emotional and psychological impact of parental infidelity on children, highlighting their role as the often-overlooked victims in marital conflicts. Psychotherapist Nihinlola Olowe discusses how infidelity can erode trust, cause significant emotional distress, and lead to behavioral issues in children, urging parents to consider the long-term effects on their children’s well-being.

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S20 E8: Counseling and Recovery After Infidelity

This episode highlights the transformative power of counseling in helping couples recover from infidelity, emphasizing the need for commitment from both partners and effective communication to rebuild trust. Psychotherapist Nihinlola Olowe discusses addressing underlying issues and the critical role of professional support in navigating the path to healing and reconciliation.

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