Imagine… Imagine it is 20, 30, 40 years from now. What do you want your relationship with your spouse/partner to look like, sound like, & feel like. There is huge attracting value in taking the time to create your bright, compelling relationship vision. Let’s chat about it, shall we? Subscribe to Spotifyor Apple Podcasts so you ensure you… Read more »
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Accountability, especially in your relationship with yourself and your spouse/partner, is critical. Let’s have a chat about it in this episode of the podcast series “Relationships By Design.” Subscribe to Spotifyor Apple Podcasts so you ensure you are notified of each episode.
Join us for the first in a Podcast series called “Relationships By Design.” Grab a coffee (or your favourite beverage), put on the headphones and enjoy The Heart of Relationships. Subscribe to Spotify or Apple Podcasts so you ensure you are notified of each episode.
How do you set goals? At the start of each year, many people set goals, or worse, they set New Year’s Resolutions. Yuck! Plewh! Barf. Never worked for me – YET. Maybe there’s another way – a method that motivates, empowers, engages, inspires. Check this video out – click on the video below. How do… Read more »
Does something miraculous happen when two people get married? Or is it the communication within the marriage that breeds success? Hmmm? We have two amazing sons, Jamie and Brad. They are incredibly intelligent, creative, kind, respectful, and accountable – leaders in their communities and in our world. Despite our parental foibles, we must have done… Read more »
How do you define success in your relationship? How does your partner define it? Have you had that conversation? To create greater success in your relationship, and to give yourselves time and space to talk about it, we invite you to consider attending the Rocky Mountain Couples Retreate on March 6 – 8, 2020, at… Read more »
Regularly we have a dialogue with one of the partners in a relationship, and the words go like this: “I just found out that he/she is ready to leave. I had no idea it was so bad.” How does this happen? There are always many stories, yet the fact is: honest communication has not occurred…. Read more »