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The One Key to a Happy Relationship

What is this? What is this so essential but a single key to have a happy relationship? With this secret applied in your life, you’ll be never heart-broken, and you won’t make the same mistakes you were making so many times. I promise. Before you’d fall in love again, first fall in love…with Yourself. Yes, that’s the Number One Key. When I reveal this to my clients, they often don’t believe me. It is so simple but so tough in the same time (like many great truths). And yet, there is no other way, no matter how much you’d like to stay in denial of this deep wisdom. There are typically two types of response when I say about loving yourself first; one is “Oh my! I hate myself, I want to run away from myself! How can I love myself?! Maybe other people could, but me? No way, that’s... readmore

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22 Apr
Loneliness is a Teacher – Take Time Out for Yourself!

Loneliness is a Teacher – Take Time Out for Yourself!

“Use loneliness. Its ache creates urgency to reconnect with the world. Take that aching and use it to propel you deeper into your need for expression – to speak, to say who you are” Natalie Goldberg Have a look at... readmore

30 Jan
A Secret Love Affair – there is a good one!

A Secret Love Affair – there is a good one!

A secret love affair and a good one? Yes. The secret love affair with yourself. Well, it doesn’t have to be really so secret affair but it must be deeply intimate and for life. Have a look at your relationship... readmore

27 Aug
Romantic Relationships Paradoxes: Love is a Free Bird

Romantic Relationships Paradoxes: Love is a Free Bird

From all kinds of Love, the Romantic Love is most mysterious and most wanted. This kind of Love touches us in the deepest point of inner being, promising happiness and bliss not available in any other circumstances. When we experience... readmore

05 May
Relationships paradoxes – being sticky doesn’t last; being distant doesn’t last as well

Relationships paradoxes – being sticky doesn’t last; being distant doesn’t last as well

Hi there! I’ve been very busy developing my private practice and engaging in few great projects. One of them is a workshop-seminar for couples and singles: Authentic Intimacy. Please check out in few weeks what are details of the offer.... readmore

18 Feb
Relationships Paradoxes – The Source of Love

Relationships Paradoxes – The Source of Love

Paradoxes of love are like roots of a tree; staying hidden, they give strength, depth and meaning. The paradox we are going to look at today is that the source of loving others is in your love to yourself. You... readmore

03 Dec
The HeartMind connection

The HeartMind connection

In my previous posts I wrote about the brain, wired to respond to a perceived threat, and about the conditioned mind – what role they play in difficult moments in our close relationships and how they take a charge to... readmore

15 Oct
Hijacking love – continued

Hijacking love – continued

Our brains are hardwired to detect any possible dangers, and to act fast in order to survive. That’s a basic pattern of the brain function. For the brain – a danger is a danger, no difference between a fire threat... readmore

07 Oct
How the brain hijacks love

How the brain hijacks love

What happens in intimate relationships when people fight? Why – suddenly – it feels like love has flown out of the window, and guards are up? Why does it become more important who is right, instead of who gives more... readmore

02 Oct
I want you to give me what I want!

I want you to give me what I want!

How to balance giving and receiving? From an early childhood we assume (naturally) that relationships are made to fulfill our needs. Yes, they are. We learn how to get attention and what to do to get what we want. In... readmore

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