Relationship coach Monique Boyd shares six effective communication tips that will help your relationship prosper. Read on if you want to communicate with your guy without him accusing you of being a drama queen.
Despite the stresses of everyday life, partners there will be time to reconnect in their relationships. Instead of limiting you and your significant other to a staged "date night," why not let things happen naturally?
Divorce is one of the most painful of life events, and for women it can be doubly painful because of emotional and financial dependency. Studies continue to show that most women experience a substantial loss in living standards post divorce. On the flip side, successful women who divorce often find themselves forced to provide spousal support for a non-working ex husband (the downside of our hard won equality over the past few decades).
Jasbina asks Neely Steinberg – Author of the book ‘Skin in the Game: Unleashing Your Inner Entrepreneur to Find Love’: There is a concept throughout your book about thinking like an entrepreneur. Will you explain that concept to our listeners? Neely Steinberg
If you were to hear that a therapist's method of helping distressed couples bond again had a seventy-five percent success rate (as opposed to the rather dismal thirty-five percent success rate of most of the other forms of couples therapy), wouldn't you want to learn more about the methodology?
What’s standing in the way of bringing your dreams into your reality? What’s stopping you from taking that next baby step towards the kind of daily life you crave? What if I told you one of the things in the way of your dreams was clutter? Clutter comes in many forms. Mental clutter. Calendar clutter. Spiritual clutter. And, of course, physical clutter. The mountains of laundry that need to be washed or folded.
I guess I’ve always been the “marrying kind” of woman. While my first marriage only lasted three years and ended in divorce, I’ve been blessed to experience a much happier second marriage, which has been sailing along by the grace of God for 16 years now and counting.
Watch Video Here http://www.kimberlykingsley.com/2014/05/1466/ Some foods agree with us and some don't. The same is true for relationships. Are your friends agreeing with you lately? What about your romantic interest--Is he or she tasting good at the moment? Let's be honest, things change, we change and other people change. Trying to hold on to a relationship for the sake of "being a good person" is a big fat waste of time.
One of the things my coaching and entrepreneurial clients struggle with most is creating a bio. It’s easy to understand why this is so hard to do. Very few of us are comfortable talking about ourselves for fear that it will seem like we’re bragging or feel the need to prove ourselves to those who might engage in the services we have to offer. Most of the time, it’s our heads and egos that get in the way.
I admit it - I often feel guilty for being so self-absorbed. I'm a personal growth junkie who has, from time to time, chosen book club over one of my son's baseball games. I indulge in writing retreats, I have two - yes two - spiritual coaches, and I work my behind off as an entrepreneur because I've become "unofficable" and have a hard time being told what to do. I'm stubborn, I crave independence, and I confess that my self-development pursuits have cost us countless family dinners.