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Couples therapy – part 2 - Another way of being
In the writers words ... "therapy was so revealing ... and positive change was discernible almost from the very first session" This couple built on that experience and are now enjoying a renewed and deepened marriage.
Expressing love: I love you
I Love You. Are you saying it? Are you hearing it? Are you feeling it? An article about the significance and value of expressing love in our Relationships.
Appreciation in relationships
Even though we love each other, we often take each other for granted. Appreciation in relationships can deepen our love and intimacy, and build healthy relationships in all areas of our lives.
Couples therapy – part 3 - Don't hold back!
Included in the final instalment of this great three part article are tips you can incorporate on a daily basis to assist in getting you relationships back on track - relationships that are healthy, loving, supportive and fun.
Understanding – is this the key to sharing our greatest form of Love?
Serge Benhayon shares with us the value of truly being able to understand other people without any judgment. The impact and affect on our relationships of true understanding is transformative beyond anything we can imagine and is the gateway to true Love. Understanding is the greatest form of Love.
Building intimacy in your relationships
We all long for true intimacy, but how do we juggle work, family, relationships, and stay open to others? Intimacy in relationships starts with you, the willingness to investigate the depths of who you are.
Couples therapy – part 1 - Life as he knew it
Part one looks at a long term marriage that had gone a bit 'stale'. Being prepared to look at yourself and what is truly going on, can open the door to a new way of being together.
Serge Benhayon TV – The State of Play Between Men and Women
In this sensitive and considered interview, Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith explore the state of play between men and women and the essence of what true expression of gender could look like beyond the manufactured male/female ideals we are conditioned by.
My relationship with women – a man’s perspective
Andrew Mooney spent his life rejecting the stereotypical image of a man most of us are sold. But in time he realised that who he had become was not exactly embracing true manhood either. This is his story….