Relationship and Psychology
No more drama!
Relationships: importance of courtship
Once a cheater, always a cheater?
Temporary marriage: answer or cop out?
Pros and cons of dating a younger man
Talk to your ex – for the children’s sake!
When he won't introduce you to his family
The best gift for your partner this Christmas
How to make a holiday romance last
Relationships: Great Expectations
Why nobody wins at emotional games
Facebook etiquette: dos and dont's
The Tao of Relationships: role reversal
The relationship comfort zone
Does love ever hurt?
The Tao of relationships: sanctuary
The rules of engagement
How to live with a controlling partner
Decoding body language
Be the hostess with the mostest
Comfortable or lazy?
All in an Ice cream Spoon
Do you have trust issues?
The Tao of Relationships: Facing the inevitable
Relationships: acknowledging your part
Isn’t it interesting that when you experience relationship problems, you are always there?

Karl Jung said, “What we perceive is who we are.”

That means that all the stuff you are dealing with is really you!

It amazes me how after a personal breakthrough my clients report how much their significant others have changed, which is interesting since they weren’t the ones being coached.

It just goes to show how much our perception affects our reality, and how much our reality changes when our perception changes.

Am I saying that if you are having relationship problems that you are the one who needs to change?

Yes. You see, you get to decide if you are going to live at cause or effect, if you are going to get results or have reasons for not getting results, if you are going to be a victim or in control. It starts by you taking 100% responsibility for your reality.

Accept the fact that you are where you are because of your conscious and unconscious choices, you had to agree with your reality in order for you to accept it, it wasn’t forced on you.

I have never seen a relationship get sorted out by the blame game, and it is only when you are at cause that you can make a congruent decision to stay or to go. There are no mysteries in relationships, we get what we accept, and going into it with our eyes closed is no excuse.

I believe that the divorce rate would plummet if we simply started taking full responsibility in this way

All good advice about relationships follows this one thing….before you can do anything else you must first be at cause. Let’s face it though, if you focused on being at cause, you would never have to worry about the effect (results).

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How to get through a break up
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Pay attention to negative feelings
Stop domestic violence
How to survive long distance
Trusting again after being cheated on
Is three a crowd? Relationships and children
How to find a man who won't cheat
Love Lines: can this marriage be saved?
How to end an emotional affair
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Your relationship after illness
The 10 biggest turn-offs: are you guilty?
Legal implications of living together
Lovelines: emotionally distant husband
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Dealing with gossip
When your boyfriend's a mommy's boy...
Who gets the friends in a breakup?
Is he the one? Choosing Mr. Right
Losing touch in a technological world
How to make every day Valentine’s Day
Relationships: repeating your mistakes?
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Dr. Demartini on Valentine's Day pressures
What is emotional abuse?
I love to be single
On hooking up with your ex
Flirting’s effect on your body
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The benefits of having male friends
How to become a better listener
Emotional affairs: another form of cheating?
Is it ever ok to be the other woman?
Losing your guy to SuperSport
Dating an older man
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