Author: Jessie Brown

Your Inner Game

Jealousy comes from fear.  

Fear of losing our partner, fear of someone else having a better connection with our partner.  It stems from being insecure about yourself, insecure about your relationship or the need to control.  None of which results in a pretty picture.  It just simply can ruin your relationship.

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Recovering from Infidelity

Jealousy comes from fear.  

Fear of losing our partner, fear of someone else having a better connection with our partner.  It stems from being insecure about yourself, insecure about your relationship or the need to control.  None of which results in a pretty picture.  It just simply can ruin your relationship.

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Pre-committed | Dating Couple

Jealousy comes from fear.  

Fear of losing our partner, fear of someone else having a better connection with our partner.  It stems from being insecure about yourself, insecure about your relationship or the need to control.  None of which results in a pretty picture.  It just simply can ruin your relationship.

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Matchmaking

Jealousy comes from fear.  

Fear of losing our partner, fear of someone else having a better connection with our partner.  It stems from being insecure about yourself, insecure about your relationship or the need to control.  None of which results in a pretty picture.  It just simply can ruin your relationship.

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The Fourteen Dating Traps

A “dating trap” is an unconscious relationship choice that results in an unsolvable problem in a relationship. Getting out of the trap often means leaving the relationship.

When you’re single, by practicing Conscious Dating you can do a lot more than you realize to avoid these traps and prepare for a lasting and successful relationship.

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If You Don’t Have Something Nice to Say (about your partner…) Don’t Say Anything At All

A picture of what you ate for breakfast. A rant about the annoying guy who cut you off on the highway. A heartfelt plea for understanding as you go through a difficult time.
People today share a lot more with their loved ones than in years past – and often with their extended network and even the world-at-large, too.
Some of this sharing is innocuous. Harmless. Little slice-of-life anecdotes that could have come from anybody.

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HOW TO DEAL WITH PERPETUAL CONFLICT

Do you have an issue in your relationship that just doesn’t go away? What are the 4 ways that you can deal with it. What if there seems like there is no solution? 

Part of my #TogetherTuesday series.

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