Why do we often live one relationship after the next with the same patterns and issues? The reason for that is that we don’t learn how to grieve and complete relationships that end and therefore we carry the unresolved emotions forward into the future.
I am sorry are the three most powerful words in the English language if delivered with an open heart and sincerity. A meaningful apology can transform a relationship in a positive way, but an apology can also fall short and have the opposite effect. What constitutes an effective apology?
Is it good to get your negative feelings out? Or does venting have a negative side-effect for our relationship? Positive flooding is a way to re-pattern our brain from feeling unsafe with our partner to feeling loved.
Attachment is an integral part of human behaviour not just in childhood but throughout our entire lifetime. Our learned attachment style is relevant for a variety of relationship situations in adulthood. A secure attachment in our intimate relationship provides a safe heaven for us to be able to be our authentic self.
To work on your relationship, you have three options: individual coaching sessions, couples coaching sessions or a workshop. How do individual sessions and couples sessions differ and where do they overlap?
To get most out of a couple’s coaching session couples need a target, the motivation to work on the relationship, and the willingness to change. Answering just a few goal-oriented questions allows you to set your target and achieve clarity about your motivation and commitment to change.
Are you sometimes wondering if your partner really loves you because he or she doesn’t seem to be expressing it? The truth is that there is no right way to express love. There are five love languages we all use for connection, some with more skill and enjoyment, others with less. We can learn to speak our partner’s primary language(s) of affection to strengthen our relationship.