Category: Core Values

Successful Relationships Reading Corner

In this week’s blog, we asked why are core values important in your relationship? Here are some articles that deal with core values, including an exercise to help determine them.
The key for a successful relationship: Aligned values “Aligned values are one the most important things in any relationship.
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Why Are Core Values Important in Your Relationship? The Spectrum of Acceptance Part 1

PHIL: Have you ever been in a relationship where the same issue kept coming up again and again? It may have been twice a week or twice a year, but it was something the two of you could never resolve.
That was a core value.
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Successful Relationships Reading Corner

In this week’s blog we asked if you need to be mature for a conflict free relationship. Here are some other peoples’ writing on the subject.
How to Have a Mature Relationship Although WikiHow has a cartoon look to it, we find that the advice is often spot on.
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Do You Need to be Mature for a Conflict Free Relationship?

MAUDE: Some years ago we were doing an interview with Bill Weil of Conscious Couples Conversations and he asked us if we thought maturity had anything to do with having a peaceful relationship. This past weekend we were at an indie author book fair, and a marriage and family counselor approached us and asked the same question.
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Successful Relationships Reading Corner

In this week’s blog, we wrote about how to make all your relationships successful. Here are some fascinating articles that speak to this topic.
Why Positive Relationships Are Needed for Emotional Health “It’s always good to see research that reveals how and why positive human connection in essential for emotional-physical health, wellbeing, and growth — especially when you experience adverse circumstances.
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Successful Relationships Reading Corner

In this week’s blog, we wrote about 5 important things for a new relationship. Here are some more suggestions for establishing a successful relationship.
Don’t Start A New Relationship Until You’ve Done These 4 Things “… Over the next few years, I attended support groups and coaching sessions, shed tears over past choices, spent nights reading personal growth books, and tried to make sense of the madness of this new frontier.
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5 Important Things For a New Relationship

A friend of ours told us a wonderful story of how she found her partner. Rita decided she was ready to enter a relationship. She’d had a number of them in her life, but then it seemed for a long time nothing happened and no one came along.
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How to Know Your Deal Breakers in a Relationship

What is it that leads us to become intimate with one person and walk away from another? Maude said at breakfast that a relationship is based on recognizing that there is another person.
This involves an understanding that this person has just as rich a life: has dreams, has worries, has a bad knee and has run out of coffee and needs to pee.
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Can you Avoid Drama in Your Relationship? Another Way

We’re away celebrating our wedding anniversary at a cabin in the woods, so here’s a popular blog from the past.
Drama, an all too familiar word in many relationships.
“I can’t keep on with this relationship – just too much drama!”
“We really love each other, but there is always so much drama.
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Successful Relationships Reading Corner

In this week’s blog, we say that compromise is not the way to success in relationships. Here are some articles about that, and our May 31, 2017 Reading Corner links on reaching mutual solutions also cover the topic of not compromising.
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