Intimate relationship

Can Your Intimate Relationship Pass this Test?

Intimate relationships are not just about love.  But without love, why would we even get involved?  However, love needs constant nourishment to build its muscles. One of the ‘nutrients’ it needs is the ‘protein’ we’ll discuss here today. Intimate relationships require this nutrient Webster’s defines this ‘nutrient’ as “the obligation or pledge to

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marriage-trust-commitment

10 Areas to Examine in Your Marriage Commitment

Commitment is what transforms a promise into reality. ~ Abraham Lincoln   What is the level of your marriage commitment?  Investing in your marriage requires a commitment from all areas of life, especially those that directly touch on relationships.  Some of these areas require some new insights — maybe even some coaching

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Sharing emotions in relationships

How to Use Emotions Positively in Relationships

When emotions get involved (for good or ill) in our relationships, the intensity of the relationship’s experiences rise — usually, dramatically.  Therefore, it is important to use emotions positively in relationships. Replacement Is a Great Way to Use Emotions Positively in Relationships Having trouble with changing your emotions? We cannot

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Emotions Require Emotional Intelligence

Healthy Relationships REQUIRE Emotional Intelligence

Think of the occupations that obviously need emotional intelligence: receptionists, salespeople, teachers, clergy, counseling, politicians, personal relations, coaching, and all leadership positions.  The list never seems to end. Most occupations require interaction with people. And with people, emotions are always in play.  For instance, imagine these: Doctors with no bedside manner Salespeople

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Best express love

We Best Express Love Through Temperament and Type

Sometimes the differences in how we express love or wish to receive it are obvious.  Such obvious examples include the difference between the cool (some say “icy”), calm, collected NT and the warm, expressive, sometimes scattered NF.   The NFs usually welcome human touch and give it freely.  However, the NTs

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