Why do we seek out love if we know there are so many risks that come along with loving someone? It’s because there are more benefits to being in a loving relationship than not. But, the truth and realities of love are that while love does bring with it a lot of positives, life has a way of shifting our focus away from those to the more difficult aspects of our relationships.
We love the good parts of love, but even with an ideal partner, there are going to be some challenges along the way. K and I discuss The Realities and Truths of Love in Part 1 of our 5 series digging into the five components of a relationship.
Self-care is critical in a world where everything is moving so fast and there is so much to do in so little time. Whether you are single or in a relationship practicing self-care is essential. Listen in as we speak with our guest Dan Udale about tips he has on practicing self-care and maintaining your inner peace.
Blended families have always existed and are becoming increasingly common. What continues to be a challenge is blending together two families to create a "new norm." How do you deal with different parenting styles? How do you manage your relationship in addition to raising your children to coexist and live with one another? Blending families can be a beautiful thing. But, open communication and compromise are key to making it work. There are some other factors too! Listen in as K and I discuss the topic of Blended Family - How to Make It Work
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Often, if you’re single, people have a way of making you feel like you’re missing out. And conversely, when you’re in a relationship, people may automatically assume you’re in a better place. Is the grass greener being single or if you are in a relationship? 🤔 Listen in as K and I discuss this hot topic.
Each relationship has a pattern. Some are learned and there are repeatable patterns. This can be good and bad depending on the habits you have built and established in your relationships. Listen in as we discuss relationship patterns and how they can make or break your relationship.
K and I offered advice to Conflict Resolution for couples in our previous podcast, but attempt to utilize the tools we shared with you in a real life setting with surprising results. We promise it’s not what you will expect. But, we keep it real, always! And we think 🤔 you’ll gain some insights too.
Every relationship will have conflict. The difference in a relationship that works for the longer term is how each person in the relationship handles that conflict. Listen in for 3 Healthy tools you can use to have conflict resolution in your relationship.
Every relationship has a start, a mid-point, and an ending. How do you get your relationship off to a good start? Why do relationships stall or loose momentum? How do you manage through the challenges every relationship is likely to face? K and I discuss 3 things that impact every relationship and the best way to navigate through the various factors.
How do you establish a solid foundation in your relationship with your significant other? The difference in building a strong foundation versus a weak one is critical to having a healthy, long lasting, and successful relationship. Listen in as we discuss what is critical to you establishing a solid relationship with your significant other.