Archive for the 'Relationship' Category

Have You Ever Been Misunderstood by Your Partner?



How many times have you gotten frustrated with your man, because he doesn’t understand what you want.  You get impatient and emotional.

Here some tips that will help you to communicate effectively and ask for what you want:

  1. Get clear on what you want to ask.  Women find out what they want by knowing what they don’t want.
  2. Be direct and ask for what you want. He might say yes or no to your request.
  3. Listen to his response. He will be more connected to you when you are listening.
  4. Don’t react to an answer you don’t want to hear.
  5. Negotiate with words until you both agree to something mutually beneficial.
  6. State how you feel about the decision or solution. “I feel sad because”… or “I feel happy because …”

Remember, communication is very important in a relationship.  It helps by creating a connection between partners. It enables you to share ideas, interests, support each other and negotiate each other’s wants and needs. Good communication actually helps in building a proper understanding in the relationship.


Two Powerful words that can transform your Relationship

Thank-youThanksgiving is a time to feel grateful and gather with family and friends. It remind us to be grateful for the things and people in our lives.

Practice gratitude and appreciation with your partner this holiday season and every day.

Saying “thank you” provides a sense of well-being and transformation.

So if things ever get rocky look back to the last time you said “Thank you” to your partner. Chances are it was way too long ago. So break the cycle.

Suggestions for a “Thankful” Relationship

  1. Learn to appreciate what you have before time forces you to appreciate what you had. Don’t ever take your partner for granted. Appreciate them for the smallest things they do for you, your family and friends.
  2. Remind yourself of all the reasons you we attracted to them. What is it about this person that made you want to spend the rest of your life with them?
  3. Be grateful you have a partner, companion to share a life with. Cultivating appreciation for each other and acknowledging each other gestures is very important
  4. Communicate your gratitude to your partner in a way that is meaningful. This can be direct (telling your partner how you feel) or indirect (doing something thoughtful for your partner).

Now, go and tell your partner “Thank you” and watch the glow light up in their eyes.


Our mission is to educate individuals with effective communication and to understand of verbal and non-verbal signals. You will learn to improve your awareness of men's and women's physiology, psychology and energy differences to achieve harmonious and happy relationships. Our tools benefit all relationships – oneself, partnerships, friendships and working.

Contact Us

M-Fri 9am - 5pm

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 86 other followers