It is so amazing to me that when we communicate, the words really ‘come in third place.’
Here are the top things you can say to make a relationship work, from All There Is:
Phillips Brooks, an educator and spiritual leader, advised us to push ourselves into the unknown for a special reason: To become spiritual. Continue reading
If you focus on the transaction you miss the greater whole. It’s only going after a piece, instead of working on something more infinite.
-Anita Casalina, Founder of Billions Rising
“I am in you and you in me, mutual in divine love.”
“The grass is greenest where you water it. Successful couples have learned to resist the grass is greener myth – i.e. someone else will make me happy. They have learned to put their energy into making themselves and their marriage better.”
Let’s be focused on how green we can make our grass!
Truly wouldn’t that be lovely? If we all focused on what we have — the wonderful family or our friends who are like family; the job, or the opportunity to explore something new; the husband or the opportunity to date and find the right person – what a joy-filled world we would have! And a joyful world starts with each one of our own little worlds. Continue reading
“Successful couples are savvy. They read books, attend seminars, browse Web articles and observe other successful couples. However, successful couples will tell you that they also learn by experience – trial and error.
Here are ten principles of success I have learned from working with and observing hundreds of couples:
1. Happiness is not the most important thing. Everyone wants to be happy, but happiness will come and go. Successful couples learn to intentionally do things that will bring happiness back when life pulls it away. Continue reading