People who struggle with anger struggle with stopping themselves. This article gives 3 internally focused strategies to help you get to the point where you can stop yourself from saying or doing something harmful to your relationship.
The best way to deal with criticism and constructive feedback so it powerfully benefits you and your relationship.
Nine out of ten couples that seek coaching from me end up saving their relationship or marriage. What’s more, both people in the couple typically end up feeling happy and excited about being together.
To help your relationship – whether it’s brand new, years long, or something in between – I am going to share with you the 5 hidden secrets to relationship recovery.
The most important thing you can do in a relationship is connect with your partner. Here are 5 easy ways to create connection easily.
Do you try to help your partner? If so read this article to find out how your helping behavior is hurting your relationship and what you should do instead.
Last weekend as I was briefly checking trending news I ran across the announcement that yet another celebrity marriage was headed for divorce. This time, Jewel and husband Ty Murray are divorcing after 6 years of marriage. As I looked through this article it listed more celebrity breakups of couples who have been together somewhere […]
In honor of mother’s day I am passing onto to you the advice I give my own son most often. It’s key to improving all your relationships!
Smart men and women understand that people form relationships to get their needs met. They know how to apply this knowledge to their own relationships and because of that, have much better than average relationships. After reading this article you will know what they know and be able to do relationships the smart way, too.
For people who fear a happy, lasting relationship might not be possible, I take you through the practical, step by step process that will make it happen.
Collection of 5 articles to help stop the hurt from a breakup or divorce, successfully let go of the past partner, and move on.