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Increase your personal happiness, self-esteem and connection in your marriage and family relationships. Since you’re here, you’re probably excited knowing that for over 35 years I've helped more than 2,700 couples from 87 different nationalities from around the world get more time, communication, and sexual intimacy with each other… making their relationships great again!
Romance Your Soulmate membership is for couples who want to rekindle their romance - How to create great communication & feelings of intimacy and connection with your Soulmate. Plus, as a member of RYS, you get access to several "not available anywhere else" perks! Build a deeper and more meaningful relationship with your dis-engaged partner by going back to the basics. Just follow my 5 steps.
I help put you in charge of your life where there is ADHD/ADD in your relationship so that upsetting events can be resolved. When you heal emotionally, your body doesn’t always feel those strong emotions. Over the last 35 years I have learnt the best way to help partners and their children celebrate and heal the ADHD brain, fix unresolved hurts and poor communication to reconnect with each other.
Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) isn't a disorder or a condition, but rather a personality trait that's also known as sensory-processing sensitivity (SPS). The term, "Highly Sensitive Person", was coined by Dr Elaine Aron in 1996. About 20 percent of us are highly sensitive. It describes someone who has a very complex inner life centred around nervous arousal and an innate biological trait. Are you an HSP?
You create your mood and emotional style. No one else can experience your feelings in the same way that you do. An implication of this fact is that you have to be responsible for your feelings. They’re not happening to anyone else. You are what you think. Only you can make you angry or anxious. You can choose to own your feelings and take responsibility for them. Or you can choose to be a victim.
A stress response is when your brain interprets any threat and triggers adrenalin, the "fight or flight" chemical. Almost simultaneously your brain can appraise it's not threatening and you calm down. Anxiety is when you attach a thought to the initial stress response and think about all the things that might happen in the future. Relentless stress can result in low mood, or depression.
Want to understand why people behave the way they do? Ever wondered why other people are so difficult to get along with? (Or is it YOU?) Ever been hurt or bewildered by the way someone has treated you? And now you don't quite know what to do about it? Then this course is for you! It describes many different but commonly seen behaviours that impact on individuals and frequently ruin their relationships.
The hurt experienced following a betrayal is so intense and so physical, the one betrayed never wants to feel that way again. And so separation is a knee-jerk first reaction. Often however, couples do want to recover from a betrayal and “move forward” in their marriage – but don’t know how. The one who has been hurt wants to trust again, whilst the one who betrayed wants the matter to be over as fast as possible.
I wrote these tools first for my clients when I was living in Singapore for 12 years until February 2009 doing a lot of marriage counseling. It was my female clients who told me over and over how frustrated and irritated they were with their men (because women come to counseling before men do, to try to repair their relationship). These very same women tried the tools I suggested and had great success.