Communication Skills2019-10-09T18:26:01+00:00

Communication Skills

Appreciating Your Partner Starts Here and Now

It is such an important need to see and be seen. “To the world you might be one person, but to one person you might be the world.” —Anonymous I’ve often heard the words “I miss you” or “I can't wait to see you” when I travel. Who hasn’t [...]

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Why Opening to Vulnerability Improves Relationship

When we are vulnerable with each other, our emotional load lightens. When we step back and take a deeper look at what we are seeking in intimate partnership, many of us find a desire for acceptance, support, and connection. Yet many couples get stuck in painful cycles with each [...]

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How to Accept Your Partner (Without Giving Up Your Power)

True acceptance is always done in a way that maintains your integrity.The desire for acceptance—and the lack thereof—is a prevalent theme in relationships.It can appear in an angry “Just accept it!” It can sound pleading, as in “Why won’t you just accept me the way I am?” There’s also pseudo-acceptance, [...]

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How Body Language Affects Your Love Life (video)

In some ways, our nonverbal communication is more powerful than our words.Though many couples think that what they say is the most important thing for their partner, Gal Szekely discusses why the delivery of what you're saying is more important than the verbal message itself.The delivery is non-verbal communication, [...]

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3 Things to Ask Yourself Before Arguing with Your Partner

Ideally, a good, productive argument leaves both parties feeling more understood and closer. If you’re in a relationship and you have a pulse, you’re going to have disagreements with your partner. It’s inevitable. And, in my opinion, it is perfectly healthy to disagree, and even argue, with your partner [...]

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