Our Intimate Relationships Require More Honesty and Emotional Availability

Mutually fulfilling relationships take the consistent honesty of being emotionally available. Intimacy happens when two people have gotten over the pretence that they’re perfect and have stopped being afraid that they will experience rejection or abandonment if...

Our Intimate Relationships Require Us To Commit To Showing Up

Without commitment, a relationship has no purpose or direction. It’s just floating, possibly with one person trying to row the relationship boat with one oar hoping the other will feel inspired to catch up and commit. Commitment is a decision made up of much smaller...

For Our Relationships to Be Intimate and Fulfilling, They Need Progress

Progression is one of the five landmarks of healthy relationships, along with balance, commitment, consistency, and intimacy. When you have the landmarks, plus you each endeavour to embody the four qualities of a loving partner, you co-create, forge and...

Healthy, Loving, Intimate Relationships Feature the Landmark of Balance

Balance is one of the five landmarks of healthy relationships, along with commitment, consistency, intimacy, and progression. When you have the landmarks plus you (and they) endeavour to embody the four qualities of a loving partner, you co-create, forge and sustain a...

Consistency Creates Trust in Ourselves and Our Relationships

Consistency is one of the five landmarks of healthy relationships, along with balance, commitment, intimacy, and progression. When you have the landmarks, plus you (and they) endeavour to embody the four qualities of a loving partner, you co-create, forge and sustain...