Is your relationship
drifting ?.....or has it hit a bumpy patch?
You’re not alone,
most relationships after some time do go through ups and downs. The key is to
recognize it and to take action!
Just like the
skipper of a ship would continually make mid-course corrections, so do couples
need to take corrective steps.
Ups and downs are a
natural part of life’s journey– yet they can test even the strongest
relationships. Often, couples tend to just ignore the situation and hope that
things will get back on track. In extreme cases, some may feel like abandoning
It’s really not one
or the other partner’s fault for this breakdown.
TV shows & movies have played into our fantasies of couples
riding into the sunset
fairy-tale endings. When we feel the relationship drifting, we’re quick to blame each
other. Lack of effective communication skills can make the problem worse.
There are 3 simple
steps to help restore any relationship and to help it thrive.
Understanding hidden attractions
Taming pet peeves
Identifying truth from fiction
Once you understand
the above three points and take little action steps to use them, you & and your
partner can achieve a tremendous fulfilling relationship.
Center for Creative
Human Performance (CHP) is offering a two-session workshop in which you’ll learn
these 3 basic steps and will be able to quickly put them into practice.
Whether you are
married, dating or in a committed relationship, you can get the right tools from
Dr. Jeff Aurebach. He’s the author of the book
“Irritating the Ones You Love”
Through years of experience he has developed the “3 Jars Technique” to
help identify building blocks, patterns
and sources of irritation in your relationship. Dr. Auerbach helps clients to
identify and modify virtually any situations in their relationship that may be a
roadblock and to transform the relationship into a fulfilling journey