What Is Your Relationship Culture?

August 22nd, 2016

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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2 Tactics for Managing Suspicions

August 8th, 2016

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

August 3rd, 2016

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?

August 1st, 2016

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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End Bitter Pang of Disappointment (2 Tips…)

July 25th, 2016

One of the most challenging emotions to heal from is the bitter pang of disappointment in one’s partner.

It could be disappointment that your partner has betrayed your trust in some way, or maybe they haven’t been emotionally available to you when you’ve most needed it.

Disappointment is a moving target, making it difficult to pinpoint what exactly you’re trying to move on from.

In this blog, we’ll look at the elusive nature of disappointment, and I’ll offer you 2 tips to release yourself from its grip so you can move forward with your partner. Please keep reading…

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Did You Get a GOOD Apology? (4 Clues…)

July 20th, 2016

Your partner may have hurt your feelings by saying something unkind. Or worse, maybe your partner betrayed you by having an affair.

And maybe you received an apology of sorts, but you don’t feel as if your partner really got what they did to you. Maybe you doubt their sincerity.

Maybe you question your ability to accept an apology, and you question yourself: “Am I being too picky?”

In this blog, we’ll look at what makes an apology a good one, and I’ll give you 4 clues to look for to help you recognize a good apology when you get it. Read on…

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If You’re Going to Fight, Do This…

July 18th, 2016

Fighting or arguing with your partner doesn’t spell the end of your relationship.

Not even if you fight A LOT…

Fighting is actually a healthy behavior for you and your partner to engage in—provided you do it productively.

In this blog, I’ll tell you how. You’ll learn why all those arguments can be a good thing, and I’ll also give you 3 tips for doing it right. Please keep reading…

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Betrayed and Confused? 2 Tips…

July 13th, 2016

Has your partner betrayed you, and now you’re confused about what to do first.

Your partner may be pushing for reconciliation and forgiveness. You’re still trying to negotiate the emotional turmoil of discovering the person you loved and trusted has done something to betray that love and trust.

You may be torn: on the one hand, you would like to forgive your partner so you can just move on and forget this ever happened. On the other hand, you want to throw things, scream out your pain and make your partner really understand what their betrayal feels like.

In this blog, we’ll look at what leads to the confusion after being betrayed and 2 tips for what you could do first. Please read on…

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Do You Have Relationship Wanderlust?

July 11th, 2016

How do you spend your time… daydreaming about what a relationship with someone new would be like, or pouring time and attention into the relationship you’re already in?

They say the grass isn’t always greener, but for some reason, that doesn’t dissuade people from fantasizing about all the fun and loving they could be having… if only they were with someone else.

If you’re currently caught up in this type of thinking, you may be suffering from relationship wanderlust.

In this blog, we’ll look at what relationship wanderlust is, why it’s wasting your time, and 2 tips for taking those fantasies and using them to improve the relationship you have. Please keep reading…

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Who Does a Grudge Really Hurt?

July 4th, 2016

Has your partner ever done something that hurt you, and had you really upset?

If so, how have you handled your feelings related to what your partner did?

There’s an effective way to handle the hurt feelings, and there’s an ineffective way that involves holding a grudge.

In today’s blog, I want to talk to you about grudges and who they really hurt… and then give you some effective methods for getting over the hurt and moving forward using 3 tips. Please keep reading…

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