Mindfulness is a more important part of communication in relationships and conflict resolution than many people realize. Are you part of a couple that ends up suffering from intense arguing that never seems to get resolved? Maybe you’re wondering how to improve your communication skills?
There is no one reason why your husband won’t talk to you –there are many. Here are some of the reasons why.
Our relationship does NOT live in each other. It lives in the space between us. That space is sacred but over time, unwittingly, that space becomes polluted. How do we stay connected and clean up the relational space before it destroys what we want to preserve and keep sacred?
Watching Rocketman through the eyes of a psychotherapist took me down the Yellow Brick Road. The movie exemplifies the journey from abandonment to self-love and how inner child can resolve underlying issues in your relationships.
What can you do when your husband is not listening to you? Just changing how you communicate with your partner can help you find a new way of being heard. Learn how you can improve communication with your partner in just five steps.
If you find yourself always fighting with your partner, learn how you can resolve conflict through presencing, being more focused and mindful of your partner with an open mind and heart.
Joan E. Childs has just been listed as an Expert on Your Tango, a leading online magazine who’s mission is to “empower women in a very personal, fundamental manner.”
We never really get over the loss of a loved one. We just learn to accept what we can’t control. However, each stage takes us on a trajectory of healing. There are personal choices that one makes to move on. Some become victims of the loss—others, survivors and some morph their pain into purpose and passion. I chose the last.
For those interested in creating and maintaining closeness in a conscious relationship, you might want to consider my Two Day Intensive Couples Therapy Workshop, Saturday and Sunday, February 8 & 9 beginning at 9:00 am – 5:00 pm with an hour for lunch.
In my book, I HATE THE MAN I LOVE, I discuss the importance of being in your essence to achieve what I refer to as relational maturity. What is our essence? It is our authentic self; not the self that has survived throughout the years by adapting to others who have influenced our early years of development.