Intimate dating and relationship
In this guide you’ll learn everything you need to know about building a successful long-term relationship. If you’ve been hurt before, it’s natural to feel that you want to keep a little of yourself back from the relationship, rather than jumping in and sharing everything straight away. (And most important of all) how to make sure you both thrive, grow and be happy in the relationship. All this may sound obvious, but it doesn’t come easily to everyone, or even to most people.Relationship violence is a pattern of behavior in an intimate relationship that is used to establish power and control over another person through fear and intimidation.Whether you refer to an experience as dating violence, domestic violence, intimate partner violence or relationship violence, all terms mean that one partner has gained more power over time through the use of controlling tactics.
Unfortunately, relationship violence is a common experience.
But if you’re both at home together often, you might find it’s easy to fall into a rut of watching TV together and feeling like you can’t simply go off and do your own thing. This especially the case if you’re dating someone with anxiety.
The problem is, that an uneven split of chores leads to resentment down the line.
In my new e Book, I unwrap these iconic teachings and detail specific actions you can take to improve your daily life.
Together we're going to work to strengthen your relationships, increase your emotional resilience, and systematically train your mind.