The #1 Way to Unclam Your Partner

August 20th, 2014

Do you have a partner who clams up on you the second a conversation turns the least bit intense?

I have a friend who has a partner who does this. She has confided this to me: “Sometimes, I’d like to stand on his chest and pry his lips apart to let those thoughts come out, because I know they’re in there!”

I’ve advised her that may be considered assault, so instead she may want to try what Marriage Sherpa’s marriage counselors have found to be the #1 way to unclam a partner.

In this blog, I’ll give you that #1 way, and also explain why some people can’t seem to open up and spill their guts. Please keep reading…

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Why He Doesn’t Understand What You Want

August 18th, 2014

Do you work overtime to be the perfect woman, in hopes that your man will respect and value you, and know what it is you want?

Here’s something that many who strive for perfection to get their man to fulfill their needs soon discover: their man still doesn’t understand what they want. Having perfect makeup, hair and house doesn’t tell him what you want the way simple, direct communication can.

In this blog, I’ll explain why, and give you 2 tips for giving it to him straight. Read on…

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Your Partner: Making Them Your Best Friend

August 13th, 2014

Why is it, that when two people enter a relationship, things change? They change to the extent that these same two people, who have decided to bond with each other, go from being in love to almost being enemies at times.

Maybe it’s the influence of media that says men and women are always at odds. Or, maybe it’s because couples begin to take each other for granted.

Whatever the “reason,” it doesn’t mean you’re stuck in a place where you’re not sure if you should call your partner your enemy or your friend. The person you decide to form a deep emotional connection with should be your best friend—nothing less.

In this blog, I’ll give you 2 tips for showing your partner you think of them as being a best friend. Please keep reading…

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Small Effort, Major Relationship Changes

August 11th, 2014

What wouldn’t most people give to have the perfect relationship?

Is it possible to even have a perfect relationship?

Couples put a lot of pressure on themselves to come up with some sort of huge breakthrough that takes their relationship from 0 to 60 in a matter of days.

In this blog, you’ll learn that small efforts can lead to major relationship changes. You can start by improving each other’s mood and behavior with the 2 tips I’m going to share with you today. Read on…

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3 Things a Guy Should Never Say

August 6th, 2014

From the number of women who have fumed and not talked to their man for a day or more, it would seem a lot of guys didn’t get the memo on things they should never say. EVER.

Yet, time after time, it seems guys unwittingly step in it… they say something to their partner that has her seeing 50 shades of red.

The worst part? Most guys don’t even realize what they’ve done… or why their woman has reacted the way that she has.

In this blog, I’ll tell you 3 things that a guy should never say if he wants to keep his woman happy. Please keep reading…

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Is Your Perfectionism Driving Him Away?

August 4th, 2014

One of the fastest ways to drive someone away from you is to ride them and jump on them all the time for not measuring up to some elusive ideal of “perfect.”

This isn’t just women who strive for perfectionism, but that’s who I am addressing today. While everyone in our society is being pressured by media ideas of how to be a more perfect version of themselves, women seem to especially have it more challenging when it comes to becoming more of a media-fueled “ideal.”

In this blog I’ll explain why. I’ll also tell you why buying into the idea of attaining perfection can drive away your partner, and give you 2 tips for relaxing the reins a bit. Please keep reading…

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Turbocharge Relationship Improvement (1 Tip)

July 30th, 2014

Have you ever thought, “I want my relationship with my partner to improve?”

Anyone who has ever been in a relationship has no doubt thought this at one time or another—even if you think your relationship is as close to heaven on earth as you’ll ever see.

As people grow together in a relationship, more of their authentic self emerges, and tweaks must be made to accommodate any differences between you, an effort made toward maintaining relationship harmony.

But for some couples, they really need to see an improvement… and fast, because they are on the cusp of the slow fade out. If this is you and your partner, you have one significant obstacle to overcome, and I have just the remedy for you. Please keep reading…

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This Relationship Mindset is a Killjoy

July 28th, 2014

Couples can get locked into one of two grooves… either they’re deliriously happy together and unfailingly supportive of each other, or they veer off into an unhappy groove that is wash, rinse, repeat, day after day.

The groove that the unhappy couple can get stuck in colors their world together. It sucks the light and joy right out of the relationship, and the couple can get caught up in endless rounds of sniping and griping at each other.

Today, I’m going to talk more about this unhappy groove, and the 1 tip that can help you escape it. Read on…

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Relieve Stress the Natural Way

July 23rd, 2014

In a 24/7 plugged-in world, an onslaught of negative news and herculean problems, not to mention whatever issues you are dealing with in your own life… is it any wonder you are feeling more stressed than ever?

Stress takes a toll on your health, your sleep, your peace of mind… and your relationships.

But it’s within the bond of your relationship with your partner that you can relieve that stress–naturally. I have two ideas for you to get started. Please keep reading…

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Leading Relationship Researcher Recommends THIS

July 21st, 2014

A lot of couples struggle with how to just be happy with each other.

They think back to their early days of dating, when there was no bickering, silent treatments or debates about whose turn it is to change the cat’s litter pan.

Ah, those early glory days, right?

The question is… how do you recapture those glory days, or should you just chalk them up to “been and gone” and resign yourself to relationship misery?

In this blog, I want to share with you some of the best advice you’re ever going to hear. It comes from a relationship researcher who has actively studied what makes a relationship work, and what make it sink like a stone to the murky depths of the relationship graveyard. Read on…

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