Posts Tagged ‘couples’

Take control of conflict in your relationship – If we’ll never solve the perpetual problem, what’s the point in talking about it?

/ November 10th, 2014 / No Comments »

What about these perpetual problems? Perpetual. Forever. On and on. Does that mean we’ll never solve them? That seems hopeless right? And two thirds of our problems are perpetual? Geez Louise, cut me a break!   Well, we’re in luck, Louise helped us out. And

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Take control of conflict in your relationship – Don’t taint the solution

/ November 3rd, 2014 / 1 Comment »

In last week’s post, we talked about solvable and perpetual problems and how important it is to deal with them effectively in specific ways. So let’s say you now know that you’re dealing with a solvable problem, what do you do? What gets in the way

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Take control of conflict in your relationship – What are we dealing with here?

/ October 27th, 2014 / 1 Comment »

Do you ever notice in your arguments with your partner that sometimes you are discussing the same thing over and over and it never seems to be solved? Other times, do you notice  it is new material and solvable problems? You’re not alone. In fact,

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/ February 6th, 2013 / No Comments »

Are you ready for Valentine’s Day? How’s it going with your significant other? We’re finishing up a series on relationships to get you all fired up for the most romantic day of the year. We’re finishing off the series on a fun note, now that

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Agree to Disagree – Step 8

/ July 25th, 2012 / 1 Comment »

“What if I wasn’t so lucky, Jemma? What if my partner didn’t apologize or try to understand me back? Now what? What do I doooooo!!??” It could be that they didn’t really understand you. So do what Aaliyah (may she rest in peace…) suggests, dust

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