Category Archives: Relationship With Yourself

Relationship Help: 29 Proven Ways to Reduce Relationship Stress in the Holidays

Struggle, stress, push and pressure. Is that what you’re feeling right now as the holidays get into full swing? Stop! It’s not necessary. You’re in charge. Take fifteen minutes with a cup of something comforting and read this. It can take all that pressure off you and make this the best holiday season ever. I…

Listening in a relationship is important

Listening Well Really Matters. Here’s Why!

Many relationship issues arise from lack of listening. Hearing is NOT enough. You have to listen. The major difference between hearing and listening is that hearing engages your ears only and listening engages your mind. You hear lots of sounds: noises in the house, cars going by, televisions in the background. You don’t listen to these unless…

competitive people in relationships

Competitive People Compete In Relationships

Competitive people have relationships, too. Focused on winning in your relationship? That sets you up as opposing forces, battling to win. Competitive people sometimes forget that’s not what creates great, stable, long-term relationships. You need to become a joint force, a team. You and your partner doing life together. That’s the basis you need to…

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3 Key Shifts To Make Your Good Relationship Great

Warm, comfortable relationships can get even better with these three key shifts. Many times, when your relationship seems happier, easier, and more content than ones your friends have, you think you’ve hit the jackpot. Maybe, it’s no longer exciting, new, or intriguing, but it is comfortable and seemingly secure. That’s a super starting place! But…

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Manage Anger Or It Will Manage You!

When people come to me for anger management coaching and classes, they often say: “I don’t like who I am when I let my anger fly!”  They are disappointed, embarrassed, humiliated, and/or, having to mop up a big spill of emotions that didn’t need to happen. You might say, “Yes, it did! I just couldn’t stand…

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