Pause for a moment. Consider this.
She’s responsible for her own happiness.
There’s one question that disarms couples in a moment of conflict.
Neutralize the brutal inner critic.
It was classic one finger pointing at my partner, three pointing back at me. It happened like this…
Unfreedom. Think about it. It’s a powerful word. And it describes the condition many couples find themselves in.
I was scared of betraying my wife, being a bad man and “not on her team,” but it was becoming impossible to deny that things needed to change.
One Swings. One Observes.
But close your legs, if that feels right to you.
A man who does not work with his sexual energy gets worked by it.
What happens inside of you when she says, “I need to talk”?
Tears do not rob a man of his masculinity. In fact, they refine his masculinity.
Are you the guy who feels nothing or feels everything?
Withholds — it’s not a word often spoken between couples. And yet withholds are everywhere in relationship.
Are you the guy who feels horrible when your partner says – “you’re just not open”?
What if the ideal relationship is not “conflict-free” but “conflict-resilient?” What does that look like?