Monthly Archives: May 2012

How Come The People You Date Haven’t Got Their Acts Together?

By | May 30th, 2012|Anxiety therapy, Dating, Intimacy|

If you are losing hope that you will ever find a date that turns out to be as good on the inside as they look on the outside then your head and heart may be pulling you in different directions. Learn how to avoid being constantly disappointed and disillusioned with dates that attract you at first but later turn you off.

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How to Enjoy Health and Intimacy Over the Holiday Weekend

By | May 25th, 2012|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy|

When you imagine the warmth and comfort of being with your loved ones this memorial day weekend, it may feel great. But you may also be anticipating being let down. The stress of wanting care and acceptance but expecting disappointment expresses itself in your body. Your fatigue, aches, pains and muscle tension are the signs of your hopes being crushed. Learn how intimacy can heal your physical symptoms and give you the closeness and value that you long for so that you make this weekend truly memorable.

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How to Get the Most Satisfaction From Venting to Loved Ones!

By | May 22nd, 2012|Anxiety therapy, Communication Problems, Intimacy|

Do you want to be comforted by your partner when you vent about your bad experiences but end up frustrated because you get problem solving instead? The feeling of not being properly heard and attended to can make you feel alone, and unsupported. Learn about the many different purposes of venting and how to get your needs accurately read and responded to by your partner, so that you feel satisfied after venting. Discover how to tune into yourself and share your needs with your partner so that your venting has a purpose and leaves you feeling like you are believed, have someone on your side, and calmer so that your daily stresses can be minimized.

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How Being Unselfish is Really Selfish!

By | May 18th, 2012|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy, relationship issues|

Did you know that your effort to be unselfish and giving may be the most selfish thing to you? If you focus only on your loved ones and leave yourself out of the picture, you deprive them of you the person and you end up coming across as withholding aloof. Learn how to be truly unselfish by sharing yourself.

How To Handle the Loss of Hope That You Will Be Loved The Way You Want

By | May 15th, 2012|Anxiety therapy, Depression Counseling, Grief Counseling, Intimacy, relationship issues|

How long should you hang onto the false hope that you will be loved the way you want by the person whom you want to love you? You don't have to put your life on hold until you have run out of time. Learn how to grieve the loss of your wish while making room for the chance that you can get what you want if you actively pursue the wish rather than just wait in vain for your loved one to do it your way.

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How To Make Your Partner Want To Be Physically Intimate With You!

By | May 11th, 2012|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy, relationship issues|

If you have tried everything to interest your partner in sharing physical intimacy with you and failed, you must be feeling desperate, angry and frustrated. Before you resort to demands, threats and ultimatums, try the three steps outlined in the video that will make both of you eager to treasure your intimate moments.

Should You Apologize After An Explosion Of Anger?

By | May 8th, 2012|Anger Issues, Anxiety therapy, Communication Problems, Intimacy, relationship issues|

Guilt and fear of destroying your relationship can make you feel like you have to apologize for your anger. But the apology is not for saying what you really mean. It's a way of making sure your rage hasn't dissolved the relationship. Learn two ways to test the connection and avoid the humiliation of apologizing when you don't want to or need to.

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How to Make Up After a Fight Without Giving Up!

By | May 4th, 2012|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy, relationship issues|

You can have your relationship and keep control over your feelings of injustice after your fight with your loved ones. When your partner wants to make up but you aren't ready or don't want to give up, you can communicate without feeling defeated. Follow three important steps as the video sets out so your relationship stays alive while you express your hurt with control and dignity.

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