Words penned by the psychologist Carl Jung in a letter to a Fanny Bowditch in 1916, replying to her request for clarification on a relationship. Had it been written this century, I am sure she may well have replied with – Umm, thanks, Yoda, but what the flip does that mean? I just asked you…Read More
Currently, however, over 380,000 kiwis have a profile on Tinder alone.
So why do singletons prefer searching for a date online, when there are far more hard luck stories than successful ones?
Separation can be messy, especially if one of you is still in love with the other. So before you start severing ties, here are some tips on how to breathe life back into your relationship and rekindle the love you once had.Read More
Quoted from The Courage to Trust: A Guide to Building Deep and Lasting Relationships, “The person you need to trust first is yourself. No one can be as consistently supportive of you as you can learn to be. Being kind to yourself increases self-confidence and lessens your need for approval. Loving and caring for…Read More
At some point, for most couples, date night goes from fun and exciting to “Um, what do you want to do?” If you have busy jobs and families it’s even hard to make time for a date, and just planning it out may feel overwhelming. Valentine’s Day is upon us though, and it’s…Read More
Have you been battling away, hoping things will get better in your relationship? Are you already recognising that you need help to work things out? Have you already considered relationship counselling, but it just doesn’t feel like the right fit you? If any of these questions resonate with you then Relationship Coaching could be…Read More
If you have ever been a relationship you know they are hard. But what if it’s not you or them or sex, money or even who picks up the pant and socks off the floor. What if there is a far more primitive reason? In this talk, relationship expert Stan Tatkin explores why we fight…Read More
People with commitment issues may agree to a long-term relationship at first and then begin to slowly retreat from the relationship months, weeks, or even days later. Some individuals may move from one intense relationship to another with little understanding of what went wrong in previous relationships. Others may not desire the emotional entanglement that typically occurs…Read More
As we all know that many of the big issues in relationships are housework, sex, kids, and money. So here’s an interesting infographic that shows you eight eye-opening findings of money and relationships. Secret spending, secret bank accounts, differences in approaches to saving and spending habits are some of the biggest deal breakers…Read More
Handling conflict is one of the biggest challenges of achieving a healthy relationship. Balancing the power and respect for each other’s autonomy are things that will challenge us. It’s clear that relationship conflict happens because expectations aren’t being met. Each person comes into a relationship with their own expectations which are based from…Read More