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I want to help you experience solutions that provide long-term relief…and I don’t want you to waste 10 years getting there.
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Holiday season is upon us and this is the time of year where we can drive ourselves crazy trying to be everything to everyone, and fall into a lot of resentment while we are at it.
If you want to do things differently this year, rather than sitting on a resentment list, watch the video below and learn what you can do instead.
Admit it, we have all been there… your partner does something to piss you off and you want to put them on trial!
You are the judge and the jury and there is absolutely no way your partner can win.
Conflict. Chaos. Disconnection. Distance growing between you two. That’s the only outcome of putting your partner on trial.
When you get the desire you put your partner on trial, this video shares what you can do instead.
We’ve all done it: thinking we are communicating clearly and when the wires somehow get crossed, we find ourselves in the midst of a miscommunication.
If you’ve ever experienced a miscommunication with your partner, this video blog will give you tips on how you can communicate more effectively together.
As a result of being human, all of us experience different moods. Sometimes those moods are positive and help us to feel good, which we share with others helping spread the feeling of feeling good.
And sometimes those moods are not so good and can feel like a dark cloud hanging over not only us, but at times, everyone we touch.
Moods are contagious. Happiness is contagious just as much as sadness is contagious.
When you find your partner in a dark, unsettling, or unhappy mood, it can take us everything we’ve got not to get down in it with them…
If you enjoyed reading about what to do when your partner has a tantrum, you will love watching this video enactment of what is actually happening when the tantrum strikes.
How many times have you and your partner or spouse been in a conversation, it gets heated, and all of a sudden, one or the other of you is throwing a tantrum?
It seems to arise as though out of nowhere and before you know it, the whole conversation can turn into a knock out, drag down brawl.
I imagine most of you don’t feel good about treating your partner that way. This article will help you learn how to avoid getting into the ring or battlefield to begin with.
In a previous blog we shared about the date night that went sour…here’s the flip side of the story:
“It’s been a long time since my wife and I have gone out. She hasn’t gotten dressed up and put on makeup for me in a long time. Not that that’s important, she’s beautiful without it, it’s just nice to have that extra special little something. I know she feels better when she puts on the makeup and gets dressed up, too; I notice a little extra pep in her step. I’m really looking forward to going out on the town with her tonight,” he thinks as he smiles to himself and settles into the couch to watch some football.
“She usually takes a while to get ready, so I’ll just watch some football and when she’s done, she can have a nice glass of wine and relax while I get cleaned up real fast. I don’t take nearly as long as she does.”
A little while later his wife comes out into the living room all dolled up and ready to go, first with a smile and within nanoseconds, her smile turns into a frown and she’s yelling at him.
If you and your partner have ever had a date night go sour, you will want to watch this video. In it, our lead couples therapist explains what might have happened and how we can help.
It’s Saturday evening and you are getting ready to go out. You and your partner had agreed to go out to your favorite restaurant for dinner because it’s been a long time since you had been out on a date together. Your relationship was starting to get routine and the two of you remembered how much fun you used to have, so you have been looking forward to this all week long. You take a nice long shower, shave your legs, put on makeup, put on a flattering dress, spray your favorite perfume, and slip into some nice heels. You are all dolled up and ready to go…
If you’ve been in a romantic relationship for any length of time you are probably familiar with the feeling of shifting from being lovey-dovey with your partner to thinking he or she is completely out to get you—and that shift can sometimes happen in a split second.
If you’ve ever had this experience, you’re not alone.
Almost everyone who has ever been in a romantic relationship has experienced this at some point in their relationship. When it happens, it’s usually related to the some issue you’ve had before:
Your partner didn’t put the cup in the sink, again!
Your partner left their socks in the middle of the room, again!
Your partner didn’t take the trash out to the street, again!
Your partner was out with their friends all night long, again!
Your partner’s mother invited herself over without letting you know, again!