Do you suspect you or the person with whom you’re dating has commitment phobia? Are you unsure what commitment phobia really is, but you have some idea, and worry about what it means for you, your relationship, and dating for you in general? Do you wish you had the right tools to attract great, loving, caring, thoughtful people into your life and keep them around? If so, this blog could be a great start to this process.
Tired of having the same fights over and over again? Do you feel like you and your loved one are stuck, frustrated, and simply unable to move past one or several topics of disagreement? In this blog, we will look at critical concepts and easy to implement skills to help you both drastically reduce these experiences and much better navigate them when they appear.
The holidays aren’t always as joyous as they initially promise. You may find yourself, understandably, filled with overwhelm, sadness, anxiety, and irritation, as you scramble to get a bunch of gifts and see a variety of people (a handful of whom you wish you didn’t have to see). You may also find yourself desiring a much calmer, mindful, and joyful experience. In this blog, we will explore ways to do this as quickly as possible!
You feel like you’re always walking on eggshells around your partner. It didn’t used to be like this. You used to be such a great couple and then your partner lost his/her way. S/he is addicted and you’re stuck; you don’t know how to help him/her. In this blog, we’ll look at critical concepts and skills to begin understanding and incorporating to help you and your loved one through this incredibly challenging time.
You’re tired of the constant fights with your partner. You also wish the aftermath of these fights didn’t haunt you both for days, seemingly endlessly. In this blog, we will look at ways to 1. prevent such intense and frequent fights and 2. ensure that, once you get into a conflict, you and your partner can enjoy each other and life again as quickly as possible.
Most conversations with your partner have become tense. You wish you could just have the smooth, relaxing, and loving conversations you used to have with each other. In this blog, we’ll take a look at some easy to digest and implement tools to vastly improve how you and your loved one talk to one another today. Start being kinder, gentler, more open, and loving with one another, just like you used to be, and know that you can get back to again!
Health officials have maintained that one of the best ways to stay safe from the pandemic is to engage in social distancing. This partial solution to the pandemic causes a major problem for so many of us: loneliness. We’ll take a look at practical mindfulness skills you can learn and use today to help you reduce that loneliness and instead feel happier and more connected to others.