5 Signs You’re Unconsciously Sabotaging Relationships

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Do you unconsciously sabotage relationships? Learn these 5 signs and the keys to finally find the love you want.

Are you unconsciously sabotaging relationships, wondering why your relationships don’t seem to work out? Everything seemed great until you began to fight…you didn’t feel heard, and he didn’t feel respected.

It’s easy to blame men for what’s gone wrong in your relationships. But, that doesn’t help you have the love you want. Many of us unconsciously sabotage our relationships. That’s because of our earliest experiences with our caretakers/parents. That’s where we learn how to view relationships. Our core beliefs are forged in childhood. But, it’s never too late to heal from our childhood wounds and feel worthy of the love we want. Recognizing these 5 signs can help save your future relationships.

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How to Date With an Avoidant Attachment Style

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Do you have an avoidant attachment style? Highly independent and feel suffocated by too much closeness? Watch this video!

If you have an avoidant attachment style or have ever dated someone who is emotionally unavailable, this video is for you. First, if you aren’t familiar with the term, let’s define ‘attachment style’. There are four attachment styles, which are the ways we ‘attach’ to our romantic partners. These forms of attachment began in early childhood. Most of us have one of the following three: Secure, anxious or avoidant.

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The Four Most Destructive Ways to Argue

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Want to know the four most toxic ways to argue? In this video, I reveal what they are PLUS the antidotes so you can learn to fight fair!

Renowned psychologist, Dr. John Gottman, coined a term to describe the four most toxic ways to argue. He called them the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, as they can lead to the end of a relationship if they go unchecked. In this video, I review the Four Horsemen and give you the antidotes so you can learn how to resolve conflict with grace!

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4 Tips for Having a Difficult Conversation

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Why do we avoid having a difficult conversation? In this video, I share 4 tips for easing our way into speaking about the hard stuff.

It’s easier to avoid and deflect than to be direct and kind. The first thing we need to do is stop pretending things are okay when they’re not. We lie to ourselves about many things in relationships, including sex. Rationalizing and avoiding the important things begins to erode the relationship.

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What to Do if He’s Moving Too Fast

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What do you do if a man is moving too fast, and it makes you uncomfortable? In this video, you’ll learn 5 steps to slow the pace down.

I get this question a lot: “He’s moving too fast, and I don’t know what to do! How can I slow him down without turning him off?” If you’ve ever dated a guy whose pace was faster than yours, you’re not alone. In this video, you’ll learn 5 steps to take if a man is moving way faster than you.

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Why Most Relationships Fail

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Dr. Larry Waldman explains why most relationships fail. Turns out, we date backwards. Tune in to find out what this means…and more!

My podcast guest, Dr. Larry Waldman, spoke about why most relationships fail, and how to forge healthy relationships. He’s a clinical forensic psychologist who consults, teaches graduate counseling courses, speaks professionally on parenting and relationships, and writes articles and self-help books on those topics. His books include “Who’s Raising Whom?” “Coping with Your Adolescent;” “How Come I Love Him But Can’t Live with Him?” “The Graduate Course You Never Had;” “Too Busy Earning a Living to Make Your Fortune?” “Overcoming Your Negotiaphobia;” and his latest book, “Love Your Child More Than You Hate Your Ex: What Every Divorced Parent Needs to Know.”

In this episode of Last First Date Radio, you’ll learn:

  • How you can love someone and not be able to live with them
  • What it means to date backwards
  • Why second marriages and most relationships fail
  • How to argue effectively
  • How to foster healthy relationships

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