We all want to be authentic in our relationship. But does that mean we should really share our Truth? Perhaps biting our tongue is a better decision.
Learn why, in this interesting podcast!
Sexual Liberation. How simple, yet how complicated. To be sexually liberated means many things, including feeling free, comfortable, and unashamed of your sexuality. But at the same time, is this really even possible?
In my opinion, Sexual Liberation is nothing more than a nonsensical oxymoron.
Let's learn why in this informative podcast!
In a world filled with labels such as Serial Monogamy, Polyamory, and Hookup Culture, is a committed relationship still important? I’ve heard all about the downsides of 'Till death do us part.' But what are the benefits, if any?
What does commitment even mean? Why should I commit myself, to you?
Come join me on a fascinating journey about the meaning and significance of commitment, and how it is the breakthrough ingredient for long, happy marriages!
If you want a readable version, visit my blog, here: http://dovidfeldman.com/why-should-i-commit-to-you/
Music: Moshav Band
In our search for balance, love, and respect in our relationships, one destructive behavior that rears its ugly head more often than not is criticism. When upset and angry, criticism is our go-to modality to stop offensive behavior or just hurt our partner. But in honesty, there is no way to have a trusting, loving connection while criticism runs rampant in your relationship.
Come join me and learn how to deal with a partner that is critical - what can you do? How should you feel? And, how do you make it work?
These answers and more - inside!
Each one of us shows up in our relationships with a certain sphere of power & influence. It comes in many forms - sometimes financial resources, sometimes educational status, or professional success.
We also have personal strengths, such as wisdom or talents or character.
But what happens when your power & strength bumps up and threatens your partner’s? How do we handle it? Who's the boss?
Come join me to learn how men & women can leverage each other's inherent strengths & gifts to create a better more powerful union!
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We all go into our relationships to feel good – to feel great! To give, to share, and connect, to have great sex and be understood. And, mainly, to be accepted and loved for who we are.
But over time, something happens. The dynamic shifts away from those wonderful experiences and feelings, and often transforms into something unrecognizable. Something, that if we knew would happen from the beginning, we would never agree to.
And what I know that he doesn’t is that this woman who is terrorizing him, is doing so exactly the way she was designed to do. She is fulfilling her purpose, to a tee. She is being the perfect partner to him. She is achieving the impossible: turning this boy into a man.
music: Moshav Band
Desire is the magic we experience in our relationship beginnings, bringing us together powerfully. It is all-consuming, overwhelming, and intense. We all long to be desired, and want to recapture those beautiful, passionate feelings. But why? Why do we care so much about being desired?
Come & explore the role of desire in long term relationships, and how we can reclaim our desire for our partner.
Music: copyright Moshav Band
At first, our relationships are full of vitality, excitement & romance. We are so happy & enthralled with our partners, that it almost seems like they can do no wrong, and everything is easily forgivable.
But over time, our patience wanes and we begin to notice the little things that never bothered us before. Resentment builds and connection slips.
Intimacy suffers. And sometimes years go by.....
If you are in a such a situation, you need to learn some steps you can take to bring back the love & romance - intimacy in your relationship.
This can be done: by changing your thoughts, speech & action, you can greatly improve your attitude & connection with your partner.
Learn how to bring back - actually improve upon - the good old days, and recreate in love and intimacy.
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Music Copyright: Jamie Harrison