We enter into relationships with beliefs and assumptions about what a good relationship will look and feel like. Many of our assumptions are not driven by facts or accuracy but rather cues we picked up along the way from our parents, friends and society. Such information can be quite misleading and inaccurate. Here are 6 common relationship myths.
Sometimes, the only way to know if you made a mistake leaving a former partner is by trying one more time. Only you know what you really need. When considering getting back together with your ex, here are several important factors you should consider.
In order to deep dive and figure out who you are at the core, your authentic self, you must practice “radical self-inquiry.” Living authentically requires many steps. Chief among them is figuring out the ‘why’ of your life not just the ‘what.’
We assume that others think and feel like us, they don't. Rarely do couples share the same love language. It is important to understand not only your own love language but also your partner's preferred way of receiving love.
There is a correct way to apologize and by correct I mean one that is effective and will get the desired results (trust, intimacy, connection). Here is how you offer a heartfelt apology to reconnect and strengthen your bond.
Have you wondered why my coaching service is called The Art of Dating? My expertise is a culmination of personal and global experience, an in-depth view and understanding of psychology (my major) and human interactions as well as 'art' and 'science'. The 'science' of what I practice and teach is backed by years of research on marriage and relationship success. However, the 'art' is the interaction of two uniquely positioned individuals that come together in a dance like fashion.
Eligible, single men are among us every day. But they won't fall on your lap if you're sitting on your couch in your pajamas, eating take out Thai food and watching Netflix. You actually have to leave your apartment.