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.
If your relationships feel strained, difficult, or leave you feeling less than pleased, this video might offer you some answers.
Watch the video on this blog to learn how your relationships are really mirrors for you and what that even means...
Relationships are great. They serve a wonderful purpose in our lives. Relationships help us feel like we are connected. They help us feel we are loved and we belong. Our relationships help us to feel good about ourselves…
That is, until they don’t help us feel that way anymore.
When your relationships start to lose a sense of meaning and it feels like the love is lost, all of a sudden it can start to feel like life is losing its sense of meaning too.
There was a time in the therapy world where we used to say people were “self-sabotaging” when they would do something to mess up life when it was going well. Over time we have begun to see it differently. Today, most people in the personal development and growth world would call these self-sabotaging thoughts and behaviors either limiting beliefs, or the upper limit problem.
With Mother’s Day having just passed, I thought it would be helpful to speak about the importance of mothering ourselves.
Regardless of whether or not you have children, each and every one of you reading this has the responsibility of mothering.
Why is that?
Because each and every one of you has the responsibility of taking care of your own wants and needs.
Most of the clients who reach out to us for help through individual therapy, and even couples counseling, at our San Jose office, are all looking for help with how to feel more love in their lives and their relationships.