Couples that have been together for a few years run the risk of getting into a familiar routine in their relationship where they are comfortable with each other and their day to day interactions. The risk with this is that comfort zones can become complacent and when a couple is complacent, their relationship can become dull and boring including the physical aspect of their relationship.
If you want your relationships to perform at a level where they are uplifting, positive, inspiring and add value to your life, then you need to regularly evaluate them to ensure just this.In this week’s podcast I share the Relationship Perform Model – a tool that you can use to evaluate your personal and professional relationships to ensure they are adding value to your life.
We all at some point or other in our lives experience fear. Fear often drives our behavior and actions, such as you’re afraid of heights, you’re afraid of the dark etc. What we really need to understand is that fear is really just the ‘element of the unknown’ that is causing us to be afraid.
The walk of shame has traditionally been identified as “the morning after a night out at a bar, nightclub, or party where you have spent the night with a sexual partner (or perceived sexual partner)” in other words a one-night stand.