What if there were a guide written to help you not only communicate better with your partner, and experience love more deeply – but that would also heal the triggers that keep creating conflict between you and your partner?
In this episode, we’re going to talk about how to heal the resentments that may have built up in your relationship.
Michael shares how he approaches treating depression and provides some steps that you can take if you’re dealing with depression yourself.
In this week’s episode we’re going to tackle the ways that your commitment (or lack thereof) could be impacting you in your relationship.
What if you could have eight powerful dates that could totally transform the most important aspects of your relationship with your partner?
Today you’ll discover a simple process that will help you relax, prioritize, and know exactly what the next right thing to do is in terms of improving the way things are.
It’s next to impossible to consider your relationship objectively – and when you DO try to analyze your relationship you’re definitely going to experience the most major case of “logical mind takedown” you’ve ever experienced.
How do you build the intimacy even if you’re not feeling the love?
In today’s episode, we’re going to talk about the things that may be holding you back, so that you can move past them and become a beacon of strength, change, and integrity.
After today’s episode, you’ll have new ways to amplify the love and generosity – not only in your primary relationship, but in ALL your relationships.
In this episode, you’ll learn what it means to be addicted to love and relationships and where it comes from. We’ll also dive into how you can tell if you’re addicted to love and relationships and what you can do to start on your path toward healthier relationships and connection.
In today’s episode, we’ll explore how to make these important decisions, so that whatever you choose you can do it confidently.
This week we’re going to dive into the paradox, the conflict, between the need for significance and the need for connection – so that you can discover how to have both.
This 4-step process will transform your experience of blame, so that it becomes a way to deepen your connection with yourself and others.
In this episode, you’ll learn what emotional intelligence is and how you can improve it to have a positive impact on your relationships.
In today’s episode, we’ll discover how these assumptions can lead to resentment and learned helplessness. We’re going to dive into some specific actions you can take to prevent this from happening in your relationship.