If you truly want to rebuild your relationship, you need to work hard to maintain a healthy perspective in all of the hurt and uncertainty. And the best way to do that is to start with a simple daily habit: practising gratitude.
When was the last time you listened to your partner? I mean, really listened? If you’re serious about rebuilding your relationship with your partner, one of the skills you need to get much better at, is learning how to be a better listener. But, what does that mean exactly? Let me explain.
When you or you and your partner want to rebuild a relationship which has been damaged by things you’ve said or done, then it’s important to create a plan for your future going forward. It becomes increasingly difficult to create a better relationship when 1) you’re unsure what that “better” actually looks like and 2) […]
To kick this Rebuilding a Relationship Series off, let’s look at an issue so many couples struggle with, namely “unhelpful emotions.” And, anger, in particular. When you struggle to control your anger in a relationship the likelihood of constant conflict but unresolved issues increase. A lot of words might be thrown around but that doesn’t […]
If having a healthy, happy, and intimate relationship is something you’d like to have at some point in your life, there are certain things you need to look out for and avoid if you can. Emotional immaturity is one such a thing. It’s a character trait that might be lead to fun and all kinds of excitement in the beginning, but that joy eventually runs out. Here are 9 signs to look out for and what to do about it if your partner is emotionally immature.