How to Have a Successful Relationship (Part 1)
Tools for Listening so That You Always Feel Heard
How does this lovemaking change your relationship together?
How can I identify all the areas in my personality where these pressures show up?
Do you need to share a similar background, ideas and ideologies in a relationship?
What if my partner doesn’t want to work on our issues?
Effective Resolutions that Respond to Both Person’s Needs
Part 5 – How to Live the Relationship You Dreamed Of
What if what I want in a conflict doesn’t seem over the top?
Is a strong friendship a good basis for an intimate relationship?
How to Have a Successful Relationship (Part 4): Spice up Love
Wouldn’t it be easier to find a new partner?
What should we do when we are starting to feel really upset?
For unhappy couples, could they just be incompatible?
What do we do with our ego needs?
Must the right chemistry be present immediately to know if he or she is “the one?”
What does it mean to transform sex into lovemaking?
How would creating emotional safety change the relationship?
Can I always de-escalate the pressure?
What does it take for a couple to live the relationship they’ve dreamed of?
2nd Principle: No More Criticizing or Blaming!
Can a relationship thrive when one component of this chemistry is missing?
What is the range of sexual experiences we can have?
Happiness: How can we increase pleasure and love together?
Part 4 – Lovemaking: Transforming Sex into Lovemaking
If we’re in love, why can there be so much conflict or tension?
Doesn’t honest criticism get your partner to change?
Can you create chemistry in an area where it’s lacking?
Why does lovemaking seem to change over time to just sex in a marriage?
What can we do right now to be happier?
What range of sexual experiences can we have?
What is an example of tensions creating conflict using the Enneagram?
When something is bothering me, how do I get someone to change?
Can chemistry grow over time in a relationship?
Where do Turn On’s come from?
What is “compatibility” in a love relationship?
Why does lovemaking seem to change overtime and become just sex in a marriage?
Is the problem our unmet needs or how we communicate our needs with our partner?
3rd Principle: Take Responsibility in a Conflict
Keep Your Relationship Feeling New
How can Turn On’s become a problem?
Where do these personality needs come from?
How does erotic sex become a problem?
In a conflict, isn’t someone right and someone wrong?