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If you want to get married, the first thing you need to know is YOURSELF.
And the KEY to knowing yourself is knowing what you DON'T what. That may seem a little backward, that to know your self, you need to know what it is you...
You heal IN relationship, not when you're alone
Are you the type of person who likes to take time off of being in a relationship in order to find yourself?
I definitely don't advocate jumping from one relationship to another.
However, we don't actually heal our relational wounds...
Being in a long-term relationship is complicated.
Many issues and differences come up along the way that you didn't see in the very beginning.
Why is this?
When coming together in a new relationship, you come from two totally different taken-for-granted realities. Whatever childhood you had, you had...
Are you dating to find Mr. Right? Or are you dating Mr. Right Now?
Hi. This is Dr. Sharon. It’s the time right now in between Thanksgiving and New Year’s and I had an interesting conversation with one of my clients. She was telling me that...
How can you have the best relationship possible? Come to the breakthrough realization:
If you put everybody before yourself in your relationships, you lose. It’s called being a doormat or a patsy or a zero or co-dependent.
You don’t want that. I don’t want that for you.