Posts Tagged ‘Choice Theory’
I was divorced at age 27 from a good man. Would you be surprised that despite having completed a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology, I knew next to nothing about creating a happy relationship for myself? That understanding came years later.
You may be in the same boat I was all those years ago. In your work you may be an effective Read the rest of this entry »
Today Iuliana Lixandru interviewed me on Voice America. Here is a link to the interview. She asked me questions about relationships, singles, widows finding love after loss, limiting beliefs that keep people single.
We talked about Choice Theory, which is something that I love to teach my clients, Read the rest of this entry »
When I was 27 I divorced a good man for all the wrong reasons: mostly because I was young, dumb, had no faith in my relationship, and had no real relationship skills to speak of. Having made my choice, I began the process of seeking a man that would be right for me. I thought I was ready for a relationship, so I dove right into the dating scene.
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Deadly Habits Destroy Relationships: Criticizing and Blaming
The deadliest habits you can have in a relationship are criticizing and blaming. William Glasser, MD, lists Seven Deadly Habits of External Control. He says these habits destroy relationship and I agree. The top two deadly habits are criticizing and blaming. Criticizing and blaming are the two worst habits you can have if you want your relationship to succeed. Read the rest of this entry »