The idea that partners shouldn’t be needy and should be independent creates a lack of security in the relationship.
Happy couples understand each other’s imperfections and enduring vulnerabilities, while unhappy couples use these enduring vulnerabilities as fire power in the heat of a battle.
These five rules will guide you to stop fighting about money and start connecting in your relationship.
Use money conflicts in your marriage to invest in each other.
They are about our dreams, our fears, and our inadequacies.
Have you ever wondered why we shut down and become “emotionally unavailable” to our partners when they confront us on something that could improve our marriage?
Talking about conflicts with a loved one is about as fun as eating concrete.
Focus on the issue!
The ability to create impact in the world outside our relationships often stems from knowing there is someone beside us whom we can count on in both good and bad times.
No one likes rejection.
How two individual personalities mesh and make love last is completely unknown.
The expectations and beliefs formed in childhood, however odd they are, form as an adaptive strategy to our environment and mold our behaviors.
In our modern culture, not being in a relationship often ends up causing a person to be labeled as “having a problem.”
When you walk into a room of potential lovers, you’re carrying a mostly unconscious biological, cultural and personal preference that can spoil or spark romantic passion.
Vulnerable communication is the solution for finding a healthy relationship and happy life.
Perhaps you’re reading this because you a fear that being your authentic self will make you unlovable.