Monthly Archives: November 2011

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How to appreciate yourself so that others will too!

By | November 25th, 2011|Uncategorized|

If you don't value the tiny little things about yourself that make you special and unique, no one else will either, because they are hidden and not deemed important. So if you haven't felt thanked and appreciated over the thanksgiving holiday it could be because you haven't found and valued the things about you that are worth giving thanks for.

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How to deal with people who want your advice but don’t take it!

By | November 23rd, 2011|Anger Issues, Anxiety therapy, Communication Problems, relationship issues|

It's infuriating and stressful when your loved ones ask you for your opinion but never heed it! They keep boosting you up by wanting your advice but then drop you like a hot potato as soon as you have given your wisdom and caring. It causes conflict that makes relationships tense and uncomfortable. Learn three ways in which you and your loved one can find room for both sets of views instead of going for one judge and jury.

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Why you should be thankful for the things you hate!

By | November 20th, 2011|Uncategorized|

Hating your emotions and mistakes deprives you of the lesson they have to teach you. Benefit from tuning into their message to get the motivation you need to aim for the positive growth and relationship success that you richly deserve.

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How to benefit from being ditched!

By | November 13th, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Breakups and Separation, Grief Counseling|

Don't go down feeling shocked and rejected. Use your surprise, anger and sadness to discover what you missed when you thought everything was just fine. Learn to read the signs before the relationship ends so that next time you will be able to act in a way that makes it work before it is too late.

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Why men shut down and women ramp up in conflicts!

By | November 9th, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Communication Problems, Intimacy, relationship issues|

When one partner shuts down and the other ramps up in a stressful conflict chances are that the men tune out and the women get heated up. Research indicates that male and female brains operate differently under stress making it more likely that couples will get frustrated and lose intimacy when they can't work things out. Learn three ways in which they can get on the same brain wave, same page and collaborate intimately on their joint problems.

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Why does your loved one believe a stranger and not you?

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

If you feel dismissed and devalued when your loved one runs with information provided by a colleague or acquaintance even though you said the same thing, you probably have a ball of messy feelings that make you angry and insecure. You can ease your emotional stress by learning what might be going on in the mind of your loved one by watching this video and discovering that your loved one is far from dismissing you!

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How to rescue your marriage from roommate status!

By | November 2nd, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Communication Problems, Intimacy, relationship issues|

The more secrets you keep because you want to avoid conflict the more your marriage becomes a roommate situation. Your background will determine whether you work things out or you hope problems disappear. When two partners have these two opposite styles of dealing issues, marriages turn into convenient ways to manage finances. Learn how to find incentives where both styles can come together and create a dialogue where issues get dealt with before the marriage is one in name only.

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