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.
Relationship magic with Guy Finley.
In today’s episode, you’ll learn two important questions to ask yourself that can reveal hidden obstacles to trust, and you’ll have a sense of how to make the shift so that you can get out of your own way when it comes to building the trust in your relationship.
How do you take what we know about the science of relationships, combine it with the wisdom of our hearts and our quest for deeper meaning, and integrate it into something practical?
On today’s episode, you’ll learn a simple process for assessing things in your relationship – and how to celebrate the things that are celebration-worthy.
Today we’re talking to Dr. Craig Malkin, author of Rethinking Narcissism: The Secret to Recognizing and Coping with Narcissists, and one of the world’s leading experts on how to heal when narcissism impacts you.
In today’s episode, I’ll walk you through the process of how (and why) to communicate about the things that you avoid – to give you the best chance of finally resolving those things and moving on.
If you’re in a same-sex relationship, do the rules change? Or are there universal principles of relationship that foster intimacy and passion no matter what kind of relationship you’re in?
In today’s episode, I’m going to show you how to use your blame (whether it’s self-directed or pointed at others) to truly learn and grow when things don’t turn out quite as you’re expecting.
You know those things in your relationship that you don’t talk about? Over time, they will drain the energy, passion, and vitality from your connection.
Today you’re going to learn how to identify your coping strategies, decide whether they’re serving you or not, and how to transform your habits of distraction and coping into new, positive habits.
Can you use what we know about our biology, and our memory, to keep a relationship from getting past the point of no return?
What can you do to prevent history from repeating itself?
If you’re looking for something practical to help you be even more successful in your relationship, with more energy and passion for each other, then this episode is definitely for you.
The willingness to be self-responsible is the key to having a great, lasting relationship.