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Good Evening Everyone on tonight's episode we will be discussing Marrage & Divorce on or around Valentines Day and i know out of 2400 listeners some of ya have experienced such an event in you're lives in the past years ! So Call in tonight and Voice you're Opinion on The Italian Voice with you're hosts (Dom Calvitto & Jen Diva!) The Most Honest Talk In New Jersey! So Call in @347-426-3972 and or Log In @Blogtalkradio.com 7-9PM Tonight,
The Masterpiece Marrage
Good team work requires working together to create a zone of safety in the relationship. Each person needs to feel they can trust the other to give feedback as well as trusting that the other will be open to examining their own behavior. Feeling like your spouse is "on your side" is important for every healthy marriage. You want to be confident that you are facing life's unique challenges together, and that if something especially difficult were to happen, your spouse would not abandon you. Offer support and encouragement to your significant other and receive the same from them by effectively building teamwork in your relationship. Like it or not, vulnerability is necessary in order to resolve differences. Spouses need to be open to examining their own behavior as well as taking in and absorbing their partner's complaints and feedback. However, this is unlikely if the emotional environment between you feels unsafe.
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If sustaining a relationship isn't hard enough these days throw in the need to recover from both sides of the addictive disease. Our guests are John and Lori, a "recovering couple" who've been together many years and have been in recovery a long time as well. They'll share how they have come to terms not only with their own addictions but each other, how they've faced individual growth, adversities and changes. They'll share how they've "worked the program" in their marriage.
At Transformational Healing we have three (3) ways you can Reinvent Your Life by enhancing your relationships in 2014.
Married? Recharge Your Marriage: As I spoke in November, TH will be hosting: Recharge Your Marriage Weekend Intensive on February 1st & 2nd at The Mason Inn on the George Mason Campus. As a recap, the topics & tidbits I shared are:
Topic #1: Needs.
Tidbit #1 - It is your job to fill your needs. Our partner cannot be all things to us. They cannot be our friends, mother/father, counselor, mentor, teacher, spiritual guide, and partner. This is asking too much for any person – and it sets them up for failure.
Tidbit #2 - Request versus demand –
Demanding is another form of control. Our partner has the right to say “No”!
Tidbit #3 - Disappointment – Disappointment is one of the toughest emotions to work through. A healthy way to deal with disappointment might be: Telling our partner that we need a moment to then go and Sulk, have a pity party, kick rocks or punch pillows. Then move on. By allowing us our disappointment – we can them come back to center and find a healthy way to get our needs met…by ourselves or another person – It doesn’t have to be our partner who helps us at this time. (phone a friend, Skype with family member, make an appointment with a therapist, go to a support group, pray, meditate, work out, garden, etc.)
Cindy at: email@example.com or go to her website at: www.transform-heal.com to find out more about this Weekend Intensive that will bring your marriage alive.
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