Monthly Archives: August 2013


Why You Choose The Wrong Partner Over And Over Again – part 2

By | August 26th, 2013|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy|

Are you getting worried and anxious about the fact that you always seem to get attracted to people who either don't want you, or that turn out to be nothing like you imagined? Have you ever wondered why you don't seem to feel any chemistry with the people who seem to be steady, reliable and solid? Perhaps you have been in a relationship with someone who treated you well and that you could count on, but then found yourself drawn to someone else who made you tingle and kept yur heart bubbling with excitement. You may be pulled by the need for a certain feeling of being fully alive and on fire that reliable partners don't ignite. Watch this video and learn about the second reason why you keep getting attracted to, and pick the wrong partner.

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Why You Keep Getting Attracted To The Wrong Person- part 1

By | August 21st, 2013|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy|

Do you think there is something wrong with you because you keep picking the wrong partner? -Do you wonder why you keep getting attracted to the wrong people? There are three reasons why you are compelled to feel a thrill when you meet someone who appears to be exactly what you have been searching for, but ends up disappointing you and stressing you out. It's true that you are searching for a certain person who you want to relate to but you end up feeling defeated and depleted. This video explains the first and most powerful reason why the right person into the wrong partner.

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How To Avoid Stress When Your Spouse Nags At You For Being Unresponsive

By | August 14th, 2013|Anxiety therapy, Communication Problems, Intimacy, relationship issues, stress|

Are you bothered when your partner blames you for being unresponsive to something they said or did, yet shuts you down the minute you try to share your feelings? You must be intensely frustrated caught in this catch twenty-two trap. That’s exactly how thirty-two year sales director Ian felt when his twenty-nine year old partner Chantal, an office manager, poked and prodded him about whether he enjoyed the elaborate celebration dinner she had thrown for him when he got his recent job promotion. He had been surprised and touched and thanked her during the party. But she kept on fishing for more, wanting to know every detail of his experience after all the guests had gone and well into the next week. She would bring it up out of nowhere irrespective of what they were doing or talking about. If he didn’t jump up and down with joy and praise her for her thoughtfulness she accused him of not liking the party and just pretending to enjoy himself. If he reassured her that it made him happy she countered with the suggestion that he was just saying it to be polite.