Getting to the truth in your relationship

One of the most important elements in rebuilding a relationship is getting to the truth. Many couples circle their real problems with the hope of either protecting the relationship, themselves or both. Some couples are not aware of what the truth is, some individuals have a totally different idea of the truth from their partner.

Many individuals with real problems can re-write the truth to fit with their new objectives.

Getting the truth on the table is the key to solving any problem. You see when couples start to understand the real reason why they are having problems their reactions to each other can then change dramatically. [Read more...]

The Tipping Point

If a relationship problem has not been resolved in the way the person needs, it becomes an unresolved problem for that person.

If the person continues to experience problems in the relationship then the unresolved problems start to stack up.

If the stacking of the unresolved problems becomes bigger than the stacking of the pleasurable feelings, then a person will hit a tipping point. This point is where they stop contributing to the relationship in they way they would if they were happy. [Read more...]

A Common Relationship Problem

She has tried and tried to get through to him and she wonders if he ever really loved her. He feels he has given her all he can and yet there is no respect for him and what he does for her and the family.

He feels she is so negative about everything, she feels that although she has feelings of love from the past, her attraction for him is dying or feels dead, emotionally she feels detached and numb.

The intimacy is next to zero, he now spends more time at work, and she spends her free time with friends or family. He feels he can never please her and she feels he doesn’t care.  [Read more...]