Along with communication
Along with communication problems, negative, insecure thoughts are also the root of what breaks relationships. Psychologist Jeffrey Bernstein states that while it’s crucial for both partners to develop listening skills and learn to hear each other out by reflecting on the needs of their significant other, he also points out the underlying toxic thoughts we often keep to ourselves that aren’t openly talked about enough. Although challenges can’t be worked out in a single night and take time to be resolved in order to progress into the healthy strong relationships we yearn for, the first step is to be cognizant about the way you think about your partner. Psych2Go shares with you 10 thoughts that can destroy relationship.
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1:06 I don’t expect my partner to know what I’m thinking if my partner is autistic, but he’s also sensitive and people tell him things about me that are not true
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My husband and I met in 2010 then we actually got married in 2016. We are now going to go through a divorce eventually soon because of his habit of always wanting to drink. Even though now he has actually stopped drinking it is just so hard to trust him to think that he would not drink anymore but then in the back of my head I just keep getting worried he'll just keep doing it again and again and again and again period where does this leave me? We also have children together. Advice? I do love him still with all my heart and care for him a lot but I did tell him it is hard for me to trust him because of so many times I tried to take him back to help him period unfortunately I was being told that with his situation it's like leading a horse to water and not promising the horse would drink it. That's when I was then thinking I had to stop helping him because it was up to him if he would want to quit or not. I am thankful that he has quit and hoping he still sticks with it. But I am just scared of taking him back again.
Here’s a scenario: You
Here’s a scenario: You and your partner had a fight or disagreement. You want to talk about it; they don’t. Hmmm. How do you deal?
In this podcast, my wife Ellen and I give you a few tips for you avoidant-types on how to deal with your partner who always wants a connection or wants to talk about it.
Here’s a critical question I ask space-takers to think about:
Does withdrawing relieve my partner or not? In other words, is my space-taking helpful to my partner and good for our relationship?
Listen in as we unpack this question.
0:50: Distancing in relationships
6:25 Establishing a time limit on the time you take for yourself
10:30 Action Step
A very helpfull episode. This is so worse seeing. Spend 11 min. and take it all in, it will really help you, your partner and your relationship. Thanks a hibbs, J & E - very clear spot on communication.
Lots of warm thoughts from Danmark
thanks for this
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Why is it that cohabitating with others can get under your skin and put you at odds with those you love the most—your spouse, partner, kids or roommates? Different cleaning styles can create seemingly endless friction. Wouldn’t life be easier if everyone’s habits were in alignment with yours? Last week, you witnessed Stephanie, a home health nurse, struggle to keep her office in order. This week, her husband, Tom, chimes in on the same issue—from a very different perspective. Get a sneak peek into this couple’s dilemma as he discovers how to clean up their conflict.
Neha Sangwan, M.D., is the CEO and founder of Intuitive Intelligence and author of TalkRx: 5 Steps to Honest Conversations that Create Connection, Health, and Happiness. She is an internal medicine physician and corporate communication expert. Her private practice and corporate consulting focuses on empowering individuals, organizational leaders, and their teams with the tools for clear, effective communication. She addresses the root cause of stress, miscommunication, and interpersonal conflict, often healing chronic conditions such as headaches, insomnia, anxiety, and depression.
Doctor Neha has shared her discoveries on the stages of TEDx Berkeley and TEDx San Luis Obispo. She speaks for and partners with organizations such as the American Heart Association, American Express, Kaiser Permanente, and Google.
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you should like part one video of this in description
people that do NOT clean up after themselves, are selfish and lazy! The rest of this psychobabble is BS.
Im a messy man and after seeing this video I told my girl to follow these steps. She got super mad and told me that I abuse my strenght as a man by showing her this video and these stupid steps. I dont understand how I can be wrong even tho I do the same as his wife. My girl got a problem herself just like this friendly man. Strange
This is directly to Dr. NEHA. The point is, if SHE ever understood the importance of being tidy, being punctual, or impart functional discipline onto children at home. The person whom you interview doesn't have children, so "emotional" factor may well be a good example. My presumption here is, a lengthy married life ought to have emotion as a factor, but after 20 years if she doesn't want to change by observing what he wants is a sheer disrespect or being adamently lazy. The MALE here has a mind to resolve this but, you should have brought the female to your court of argument such that other audiences would understand why she does that and how to tame her, part 1 example is no way related to part 2. I hope my criticisms get attention and help future audience.
This is so right on. I watched the previous episode too. Next step - get the book! Yay!