How to get closure after a breakup was not the first question I had after my heart was broken but it was the most important.
I say, BE with the pain. Process the pain in a healthy way so that you can HEAL.
Closure isn’t a band-aid on the pain, it is the healing of the wound itself.
In this episode and blog, I’m going to show you how to get closure after a breakup in 8 thoroughly healing and practical steps.
Mr. Cool. He “says” he’s not ready for a relationship but he’s all over you! Flirty, sweet, kind, attentive, thoughtful, boyfriendy, charming…
And then, silent, cold, indifferent.
What is up with this guy? And why do men do this?
I’m going to reveal the exact reasons why he does everything he’s doing, and I’ll show you how to approach him so that your connection grows warm and stays warm.
If you’ve ever wondered:
“Why am I single when I’m such a catch?!”
“Why can’t I ever seem to take my attractions and connections to the next level?”
You, sir, are in the right place. I’m going to show you why women aren’t interested in taking the next step with you, and how you can land your dream girl. I’m going to give you the edge you need to succeed with women.
You CAN get the reassurance you crave (I get it ALL THE TIME), and in this post and video, I’m going to show you why your man doesn’t give it to you and how to get it anyway in 3 easy steps. Because...3 EASY STEPS you guys!
Can you imagine how much pain and heartache you can say goodbye to now? Imagine what it will feel like getting the loving reassurance you want, when you want it. Let’s do it to it! Hit play.
In a relationship, is there anything more gut-wrenching (or confusing!) than the phrase “Leave me alone” or “I need space”?
What does it mean? What should you do?
I’m going to show you what “Leave me alone” means to women and what it means to men so that you can feel confident about how to respond to your partner in a way that serves the relationship, builds trust, and strengthens your bond.
When we’re in a relationship, we feel responsible for each other and take on each others pain. That’s empathy, right?
Their bad day becomes your bad day, their upset upsets you and so on. That’s what love is, right?
Or is it? The pattern I just described is actually what I call the “Dark Intimacy Addiction.”
Turns out there’s a MUCH more effective way to love each other, and I’m so glad I broke my addiction and learned it! With this simple MarsVenus approach, you can help your partner rediscover their happy — so you both feel good.
In today’s post (and video), I’m going to show you what that specific approach is for men and what it is for women so you can support each other and smile together no matter what life throws your way.
When it comes to “communication,” I’m sure you’ve heard you can’t have a healthy relationship without it.
But what if the communication in your relationship isn’t all that great? What if:
he gives you one-word answers?
you don’t share stuff with each other anymore?
you feel like strangers?
he’s the frustrating “silent type” and you can’t figure out how to connect?
In today’s video and post, I’m going to show you how you can immediately improve communication by changing a Venus phrase into a Mars phrase that will draw him out and have him gushing! (And that’s just Tip #1!)
I’m also going to show you how you can start using communication to increase mutual feelings of intimacy and fulfillment.
People that succeed in relationships do 2 things very well:
They communicate effectively when they’re happy.
They communicate effectively when they’re upset.
And you’re probably wondering:
“How do my partner and I communicate effectively when one of us is upset?” Because...well, that’s usually the hard one.
Today I’m going to break it down into 5 easy and manageable steps specifically for when a woman is upset. Because that’s usually the eye of the storm.
Men and women respond to stress differently. It’s going to take new gender understandings and
BOTH of you on the same page to make this a success. So pay close attention.