Category Archives for "Relationship Advice"
The truth is that it’s hard to share our deepest feelings, even with ourselves. So the expectation that we should be able to share our truth, our voice, our heart with another without it feeling scary or having the possibility of them closing up on us, is totally unrealistic…Continue reading
It’s easy to doubt ourselves, our choices, our lives, our everything. And especially it is easy to doubt ourselves in regard to our love lives. We can find ourselves second-guessing every choice, all along the wayContinue reading
In my experience, keeping score in a relationship comes from two main sources: that you have done too much in a past relationship and felt hurt by that and don’t want to do it again or that you don’t trust that the other person is pulling their weight in the relationship…Continue reading
Communication with an ex can be a sticky situation without boundaries being set, intentions being know and self care being done. There are many factors that contribute to the implementation of those things. How long have you been broken up? Are you still harboring feelings?Continue reading
Instead of focusing on how you may have contributed to your relationship ending are you spending hours of your time analyzing why he/she acted the way they did? Overanalyzing is often a way of avoiding thinking about our feelings and/or about understanding ourselves; how it is that we act in the ways that we do…Continue reading
Most of our drama about another person comes from our expectations of them. If we expect them to act or think a certain way and they don’t, we can often become very upset. This leads to us being angry or hurt or feeling unloved. Hope the other person will intuit what we need, and we believe that if they loved us enough, they would come through for us. However, if they don’t know what we were expecting, they can hardly be held accountable to do it for us…Continue reading
If you find yourself repeatedly falling into relationship with men who are emotionally or often physically unavailable, you’re not alone. It is the single most frequent relationship complaint that I hear. Truth: there’s not a one-size-fits-all answer for this, but there are some guideposts…Continue reading
Bringing out the best in your partner means seeing all they are and all they can be and then supporting them in their endeavors. Be their biggest cheerleader. Give them positive reinforcement for the gains they make. Make a commitment to being there for them, no matter what…Continue reading
The first step is often the hardest. Heartache hurts and it sucks. With love comes the risk of heartache and it is part of the journey. The desire to be in love is just how we are wired. When we fall in love we are hopeful and happy to be in love…Continue reading
Being in a relationship is a two-way street and that means both of you get to say what you want and work on meeting the other person’s needs. In order for a relationship to work, both parties need to agree to express their needs and wants on a regular basis and to actively work on meeting the needs of their partner…Continue reading
Exposed: What Men Secretly Want But Will Never Tell You...