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Entries tagged with “Relationship Advice”

5 Questions for John Gottman, Ph.D

1. Essentially, what do women really want from men?The number one thing that women want when they are seeking a partner to date is trustworthiness. First, she needs to know that sh…

5 Questions to Heal a Relationship

“What do we do next?” is the last question to ask

5 Simple Ways to Breathe Life into a Relationship

The turning of a year seems to beg us to reevaluate, revitalize, and recommit. We resolve to do better and to be better in almost every area of our lives. The only problem is that …

6 Secrets of Happy Relationships

Before the battles begin, we start out believing that being with this person will make us happy. Ironically, that’s the critical mistake…

8 Things to Do Before Starting a Relationship

“Self-love is the knowing that you were created to be completely loved and completely lovable just as you are. When you embrace this truth, the world mirrors that knowing. When you…

8 Ways Humor Hurts Relationships

When it comes to humor in relationships, the purer our intentions, the kinder our hearts, and the more conscious our words, the better results we will get.

8 Ways to Practice Memory Mindfulness for Loving Relationships

Extending your mindfulness practice to your memories will serve your loving, harmonious relationship.

Better Sleep, Better Marriage

The more you sleep, the more likely you are to be satisfied with your marriage.

Building Relationships One Step at a Time

Walking can be a path to a better understanding and appreciation of each other.

Controlling vs Caring vs Responsibility

Recently, I was working with a couple and was explaining how the ego works, or rather doesn’t work, as it relates to relationships. The ego mind is great at seeing problems, but ho…

Create Intimacy in Marriage Using Active Listening

Active listening can change everything from the way you interact with others to how you create familiarity in your marriage because you learn to proactively listen to others.

Finding the Truth of Who You Are in Your Relationship

A different kind of Valentine’s Day workshop for couples.

Four Approaches to Desire

A clear answer—even the answer you want—is just a few words away

Freedom in Commitment

I was talking with a delightful couple the other day. They shared that they were drawn to be together, knew they were the one for each other, but the fear of commitment gnawed at e…

How Self-Loathing Makes Us Look (Mistakenly) Like the World's Best Partners

I've been called the perfect partner, the source of all happiness, a dream-come-true.And while such stratospheric grandiosities are nice to hear, they're hard to believe.Hey, I hav…

How to Reinvest in Your Love Fund

Recognize that the deficit often comes from an inability to receive.

How to Transform a Lack of Passion Into Greater Intimacy

How can a lack of passion in your partnership be a good thing? When you use this opportunity to grow into the next phase of your relationship: rediscovery.

How to Travel in (Better) Time with Your Mate

The story of how you met reveals the future of your relationship.

If You Really Want to Be Heard, Shut Up…

…And recognize the real struggle with your partner is to hear

Is He The One? Why the Search Shouldn’t be Easy

How to rewire the way you look for love.

Like Salsa For Snowboarding: On the Front Lines of Love

The first time I went skiing in high school was terrifying. I took a total of one run, which concluded in me sliding down the entire mountain on my backside. Bruised, humiliated an…

Making the Most of Your Commute

When what matters is listening to practically nothing at all

Mindfulness in Messaging

While I would love to tell you “all communication is good communication”, it simply isn’t true. 

Moving from Fear to Flow

How to identify the fears blocking your relationship—and melt them away to restore wonder

Quality Space

Space is not just a physical phenomenon, it is an atmosphere that includes nonjudgmental attention, mutual respect, and appreciation.

Relationship Year in Review

As the year closes, it is a great time to review and evaluate how things are doing. Most of us are familiar with assessing our productivity, grades, health, weight, or finances, bu…

So You Think You Want a Divorce

If truth be told, I think every person in a marriage has questioned whether they married the right person  at least once along the way. Either that or we get caught in the “gr…

Strengthen Your Bond in Nature

Over every mountain there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley. ~Theodore Roethke

The Extra Step…Toward Love

After 25 years of partnership with my husband, I realize that one of the things that keep us together —lovingly together, is what I call “the little extra step.” For instance, yest…

The Love Map Questionnaire

An excerpt from The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work

The Story Worth Telling

Share the story of how you met with energy, enthusiasm, and expressiveness.

The Value Of Curiosity in Building Relationships

Once, when I was much younger and relatively new to the personal growth field, I went to a self-esteem conference where I sat next to a much older gentleman. Prior to the presentat…

Toxic Love Relationships

Sponsored Content from Tammy Adams, Intuitive Life Coach & Spiritual Healer

Understanding Karmic Relationships

With origins in ancient India, the term karma stems from the sanskrit word for “action, work or deed.” Karma not only applies to tangible actions like our words and deeds, it also …

Unlocking Your Heart to Love

An excerpt from The Positively Present Guide to Life by Dani DiPirro

Using a Love Triangle to Ease Tension

Learn how to recognize your Hero, Victim, and Villain.

Wedding Tips for a Sacred Ceremony

I’ve been performing weddings for nearly twenty years. I’ve performed ceremonies underwater, helicoptered to the top of a mountain, in labyrinths, on beaches, beside streams, on a …

What Causes Fear of Intimacy? 4 Reasons

For anyone who’s struggled with getting close to someone (even someone you want to be close to), listen up.

What to Do When You’re the Emotionally Unavailable One

I am addicted to reading articles with titles like, “are you dating a narcissist?” and “signs you should get out of your relationship now,” because deep-down I’m afraid t…

What’s the Point in Relationships?

Sometimes I hear people question whether it is even possible or realistic to make relationships work.  With discouragement they lament, “There is almost no one I know who is i…

When Loyalty and Integrity Clash

When I was in my twenties, my dad gave me a Franklin Day Planner and an audiotape on time management. The speaker was Hyrum Smith, co-founder of Franklin Covey. He offered the exer…

When Your Relationship Suffers Due to Neglect

Procrastination, expectation, and inaction have the power to destroy our relationships.

Why Talk Therapy Sometimes Isn’t the Answer

Moving beyond the analytic mind to true soul-tending in relationships

Why Your Anger Could Be Good for Your Relationship

Many of us fear and avoid anger, especially in the realm of intimate relationships. We think of it like fire—a spark could burn the house down. Anger is, however, a vital tool, and…

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