Monthly Archives: August 2011

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How does your style of eye contact impact relationship satisfaction?

By | August 31st, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy, Uncategorized|

The way you and your partner look at each other predicts healthy versus unhealthy intimacy, and ultimately your relationship satisfaction. Find out how your pattern of eye contact influences how you talk about your relationship and influences your sense of autonomy and togetherness.

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How to bargain successfully with your loved ones!

By | August 28th, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Communication Problems, relationship issues|

Bargaining with your loved ones either because you are afraid of being rejected or because you are riddled in guilt can bring short term relief. In the long run the relationships are torn into shreds because your true motives for the bargain are not on the table. Learn how to take care of your relationship with healthy compromise instead of stressful bargaining.

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How bitterness and self-blame makes you sick and depressed

By | August 23rd, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Depression Counseling, relationship issues|

blaming yourself for things going wrong can save your relationship but ultimately make you drown in bitterness. The stress of swallowing it all weakens your immune system and causes depression, gastric problems and eating disorders. Learn how to share experiences with loved ones so that you can participate in a more equitable, secure, stable and safe relationship that turns the bitterness into sweetness.

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How to get off the emotional roller coaster with your partner

By | August 20th, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy|

Don't let your emotional roller coaster make you feel insecure in your relationships. Why go from feeling ecstatic one minute to invisible the next. Learn how to manage your feelings so that you stay connected and ride out the bad times by holding onto and using the good moments when you store and access them to your advantage. Save yourself the hassle and stress of unpredictable interactions by watching this video and learning how to keep a balanced emotional connection with your loved ones.

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How to prevent bitterness and blame from making you sick!

By | August 16th, 2011|Anxiety therapy, relationship issues|

Dealing with personal failure by blaming someone or something else leads to bitterness, hostility and sickness. Stress put on the relationships destabilizes your immune system and makes it even more difficult for you to function and achieve your goals. Learn 3 ways to avoid blame and bitterness by collaborating with your loved ones and managing the negative emotions to protect your health and enjoy relationship stability.

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How to deal with being blamed for everything!

By | August 13th, 2011|Anxiety therapy, relationship issues|

If you live life bracing yourself for the next attack of unfair blame that you expect to come your way from loved ones, then you are not living at all! Get a practical tip in this video about how to listen and interpret what you hear as putting the responsibility on your shoulders for everything that goes wrong. Get out of the blame, shame and revenge cycles that destroy relationships. Open up conversations that put you on an equal footing with your loved ones, so you can enjoy your connections.

What makes an exciting relationship turn into a heavy burden?

By | August 9th, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy, relationship issues|

When the responsibility of caring for your partner feels burdensome the fun disappears and you want to end it, but can't let go. The conflict and guilt makes you sick and gives you a temporary respite - putting decisions on hold. Discover how to keep the romance alive and exciting while sharing responsibility.

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How to manage the pain of jealousy

By | August 5th, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy, relationship issues|

Stop ruining your chances of having a good relationship by letting your jealousy get the better of you. Learn how to manage the destructive feelings of jealousy and hang onto the love you have, have always had and will continue to have if you don't let jealousy turn you into a deprived,angry and demanding person.

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Is Guilt The Stick that Motivates You Into Action?

By | August 2nd, 2011|Anxiety therapy|

Doing things you know you should do just to avoid guilt means you are reacting to bad feelings.It is a harsh stick that never stops beating you. Guilt is a negative motivator stopping you from ever doing things out of joy, happiness, excitement or for self-improvement. Learn how to throw the guilt out of the window and get back in touch with your true motivation to have warm relationships just because you are you and not because you have to earn it or get punished when you don't do as you should. Make space for your authentic motivation and see how easy it is to get things done!

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