Getting engaged and your wedding day should be one of the happiest moments of your life but they can very quickly be overshadowed by wedding planning stress. In this week’s podcast I share some tips and insights on how to overcome these challenges together and still keep your relationship intact.
Just as children mimic their parent’s behavior, so too do employees mimic the leadership behavior in the organization. Parents set the tone by which the family functions and thrives whilst leaders set the tone for the corporate culture, values, vision and mission.
The single most important predictor of how you will behave as a parent is how you were parented as a child.” – Harville Hendrix and Helen La Kelly Hunt. They say nothing is more precious than the unconditional love of a child. While we love our children, our children may not always experience us as loving. Even loving and well-meaning parents act, at times,
Recent stats state that 65% of couples cheat at some point or other. Now cheating can mean different things to different people. For some, it is the physical act itself with someone whilst for others, it can be as simple as messaging someone behind your partners back.
Relationships take work, daily. But long distance relationships have the added complexity of distance and therefore require some additional effort to keep it alive and thriving.This week I chat about some of the ways you can keep your long distance relationship on track and going the distance.
A blended family is where a couple is in a relationship that involves children from a previous relationship or marriage.Couples ultimately create the space for their relationship and the whole family to thrive in.
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.
Many single people say they want a relationship and are ready to meet someone but have not done the work it takes to be ready to accept someone into their lives. Before you can attract your ideal partner, you need to be very clear on the type of partner you would like.
Holidays should be a time of fun and laughter and family, especially the festive season. But for some people, it’s like sticking a knife in their stomachs and slowly turning it….especially if you are a Singleton.
This week I continue talking to Allan and Margaret Hirsch on what it takes to build a successful marriage and business. Allan shares how his limiting beliefs initially held him back from achieving his dreams but with commitment one can overcome anything and this is how he overcame his dyslexia.
Today I talk to Allan and Margaret Hirsch from Hirsch’s Homestore as to what it takes to build a successful relationship and business and how they keep the balance between work and home. This dynamic couple also do incredible work to empower individuals both within their business as well as in communities.
When we get stuck in the blame game there can be no winning, only degrees of losing. This is probably one of the hardest cycles for a couple to break when they are caught up in the blame game. It’s a constant keeping score, stonewalling, waiting for the other to make the first move and more.
It always amazes me how we are prepared to invest so much time, effort, energy and resources into areas of our lives such as the car we drive, the house we live in, our career and material assets. Yet we don’t think much further than our wedding day as to what it takes to sustain a relationship and only grudgingly invest in our relationship when the divorce courts are looming
There are times when we question our relationship, particularly in those dark moments when everything feels like hard work and we’re questioning whether it’s worth it or not… Before you think about ending your relationship, there are some questions you need to ask yourself as part of your decision making process:
Will your Relationship survive the Holidays? January is known as divorce month. How can you get through the tough holidays intact?