Are you tired of this? Does it seem like you and your partner are constantly fighting? Renowned marriage researcher Dr. John Gottman discovered that 69% of couple’s problems are recurring. More than… Read More
Think for a minute of any relationship, now think of the problems that you have in that relationship. Would you agree that a majority of the problems don’t have a solution? I have relationships with people who are incapable of changing their tendency to be unplanned, unclear communicators…everyone has their faults, and some of those faults they won’t be ever able to change.
If we agree that in a relationship there are many problems that can’t really be solved, then we must conclude that resolving a certain problems must take a special technique, a certain process that eventually leads to understanding, deepened love, and understanding. In one word: Harmony.
In intimate relationships perpetual problems become big problems, unless we learn how to work with this issue.
So, what’s the answer? How do we work with perpetual problems if they don’t have solutions?
For a period of 3 years I have been teaching couples how to utilize the teachings of Dr. John Gottman. As a Marriage Education Facilitator and Marriage Coach I have worked with over… Read More
I wrote this poem after my first heartbreak. It was the fire in a forest that creates space for new life to blossom. I have titled the poem after Kali, the Hindu goddess of destruction. The devastation of Heartbreak broke me open. It allowed me to open deeper into the emptiness that is Love.
“I’ve spilt ashes near your alter
those are pieces of my former self
the one who thought he suffered.
life slips through our hands
slips through the nostrils
and life breathes itself
the rest is just details
agreements we’ve imposed on