Cope with Affair Obsessing

January 26th, 2015

Upon learning of your spouse’s affair, you’ve suffered enormous, life-altering news. You can and will heal from the damage the affair revelation has caused, but it’s difficult to believe that’s possible right now when you are feeling so traumatized.

You may begin to fear you’re stuck forever with these obsessive affair thoughts.

You’ve been betrayed, and it can cause obsessing about your spouse’s affair so that you feel sick over it. In this blog, I’ll offer you 3 steps to make the obsessing stop so you can reclaim some peace of mind. Read on…

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The Secret Ingredient of Long-Married Couples

January 21st, 2015

Long-married couples are a little disappointed in younger couples who split up.

It seems to these long-marrieds that couples are missing out on a secret ingredient.

Do you and your partner have it?

In this blog, I’ll give you the secret ingredient after first telling you about a common experience for all long-married couples. Please keep reading…

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What Is Your Relationship Culture?

January 19th, 2015

All couples have some form of “relationship culture.”

Do you know what yours is?

This will take some effort on your part to step back and try to view your relationship as a third party may see it.

In this blog, I’ll tell you how to accomplish this and then give you 2 tips for creating the relationship culture of your dreams. Read on…

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3 Barriers to Post-Affair Talk

January 14th, 2015

When a partner has cheated, not only is the disclosure excruciatingly painful for the victim on an emotional level… their search for answers can be frustrating.

And the cause of this frustration is none other than the cheater himself or herself… because their own actions are so repugnant, they’re uncomfortable discussing them!

It’s not necessarily that the cheater feels the victim doesn’t have the right to know. Rather, they wish they could erase their actions and pretend as if their cheating never happened.

In today’s blog, I’ll tell you the 3 barriers to having a post-affair talk, and then give you 2 tips for how to get the cheater to tell you what you need to know. Please keep reading…

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Better than Making Love…

January 12th, 2015

The happiest couples rank one thing as being the most satisfying part of their happy union.

This one thing even outranked sex!

In today’s blog, I’ll share with you the results of a survey designed to ferret out the secrets of the world’s happiest couples. Then, I’ll give you 2 tips to maximize this happiness-inducing one thing into your relationship. Read on…

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How Well Do You Know Your Partner?

January 7th, 2015

I’m willing to go out on a limb and say that you probably think you know your partner really well.

But if put to the test, most people don’t know their partners as well as they think they do.

There are two reasons for this…

In this blog, we’ll discuss why people think they know their partners really well, but in actuality, they may be missing the bigger picture—and there are 2 reasons why. Then, I’ll give you 3 questions to ask your partner so you can really get to know them better. Read on…

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2 Tactics for Managing Suspicions

January 5th, 2015

Has your partner done something to make you mistrust them?

Even if the infraction was only a one-time occurrence, the repercussions of broken trust to your mental landscape can continue for some time.

It’s difficult to escape the plague of suspicious thoughts that can occur as a result. Trying to stop obsessive thoughts may make them entrench even deeper.

In this blog, we’ll take a look at the nature of suspicious thoughts. Then, I’ll give you 2 tips for better managing them so you can release yourself from their obsessive nature. Please keep reading…

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Save Your Relationship… Tried and True Advice

December 31st, 2014

You probably think you know everything there is to know about your partner.

Which means, you no longer ask any questions. After all, there’s nothing new to learn, and why rehash what you already know?

If this is how you view your partner, it could be the death knell for your relationship, for one very significant reason.

In this blog, I’ll tell you the reason your relationship could be in danger, and give you some tips to turn things around—using advice that has worked for thousands of people. Read on…

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Can Negativity Be a Good Thing?

December 29th, 2014

You and your partner may be trying to remove all the negativity that occurs between you.

If so, don’t waste your time.

Now, that would seem like advice that runs contrary to anything that you’ve ever heard or read before.

In this blog, I’ll explain what may at first seem to be beyond explanation. Then, I’ll give you 2 tips for where you and your partner should place your focus. Please keep reading…

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Why You Need Strong Self-Esteem

December 24th, 2014

A healthy sense of self-esteem is essential for a healthy relationship. The two feed into each other, creating a symbiosis of strength.

But if you came into your relationship with low self-esteem, or something has happened in your relationship to damage it, your relationship will be weakened as a result.

In this blog, we’ll look at why self-esteem is essential to the strength of your relationship, and how to strengthen yours. Read on…

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