Turning Conflict Into Connection Through Conscious Love

All couples argue. The trick is to be able to turn conflict into connection. Here’s how…

What’s conscious love? Imagine having the relationship you’ve always desired. After being stood up on her 30th birthday by her drug addicted boyfriend, Deborah Morehead was determined to figure out this relationship stuff. And she did. She is co-author of Conscious Love: Enlightened Relationships and Soulful Sex. And along with her 20 years experience as a therapist and her effective Happy Relationship Success System you will have the power to create your own happy, amazing relationship.

Deborah Morehead was my guest on Last First Date Radio, where she shared her thoughts on how to turn conflict into connection through conscious love. Check out the highlights below. 

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Non-committal men: How to spot them and when to run

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If you’ve ever dated non-committal men, this video will help you spot one early on, before you get involved.

Many women who seek out my coaching support have a history of dating non-committal men, or men who are emotionally unavailable. They need to break this toxic pattern in order to attract a commitment-minded man for the serious loving relationship they desire and deserve. This is such a common problem that my colleague Bobbi Palmer, CEO of Date Like a Grownup, and I co-hosted a Blab live stream video about dating non-committal men. 

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The #1 Secret to Getting Men to Work on Themselves in Relationships

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Discover the best methods for getting men to work on themselves in relationships in this interview with relationship coach, Ken Bechtel. 

What’s the best strategy for getting men to work on themselves in relationships? My radio guest, Ken Bechtel, has the answers. He is the host of the Speaking of Partnership podcast. For over 15 years he has shared his insights and amusement as a speaker and educator to help women and men understand and appreciate each other so they can develop deep connections and healthy, life-long relationships!

I loved interviewing Ken on Last First Date Radio on How to Get Men to Do Their Part in Relationships. Loosely transcribed highlights of our interview can be found below.

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The #1 Key to Being Heard and Understood by Men

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I love talking about how men and women can improve their communication, and that’s why I hosted a ‘Blab’ show about the #1 key to being heard and understood by men. My co-host, Ken Bechtel, is an expert in the field of relationships and effective communication. He studied with Alison Armstrong, renowned expert on understanding men, so he knows his stuff!

Following are highlights of what we covered:

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3 Easy Ways to Improve Your Relationships

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Improve yourself to improve your relationships. Here are 3 easy ways.

The concept of self-actualization gained public prominence after Abraham Maslow named it as the final level of psychological development in his hierarchy of needs. But the act of self-discovery has been going on long before the American psychologist gave it any hype.

Throughout time, philosophers, artists, writers and the like have sought to better understand the world by better understanding themselves. And the practice still goes on today. Popular stories like “Eat, Pray, Love,” the 2006 memoir of a woman who travels the world to find herself after a devastating divorce, inspires audiences to do the same.

If you’re in a crisis that involves you wondering who the heck you are and what the heck you want to do with the rest of your life, here are 3 tips to improve yourself and improve your relationships.

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7 Ways to Become a Girlfriend Who’s Into Sports

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Learning to become a girlfriend who’s into sports can help your relationship. Here’s how…

Unless you’re already a fan, developing an appreciation for sports may seem as fun as visiting the dentist. But if you are currently dating or want to date a sports fan, consider that two of the most important factors in long-lasting romantic relationships are enjoying new activities and spending time together.

If you give it a chance, learning to enjoy sports can become a fun way to spend time with the man in your life, and it may even help you stay together. Here are a few ways to upgrade your game:

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