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In most real situations, there are no step by step methods that will resolve all problems. However, following some general guidelines will often be of help. Relationship therapists often see the same scenarios play out in nearly the same way, whether this is in the context of a marriage, difficulties with in-laws, friends who are drifting apart or in some other way.

How To Meet New People Locally & Online

We all want friendships, but for many, it’s hard to take the first step and talk to people. Maybe you’ve just moved into a new town, where no one knows your name, and you don’t...

10 Tips For How To Break Up With Someone You Love

Breaking up with someone you love is rarely easy. If you are lucky, the only thing you might need is a short conversation. However, a relationship is usually much more complex...

How To Read Body Language And Better Your Social Skills

Body language and social skills are inextricably connected, those who can read body language effectively are also adept at using body language, and this skill in an invaluable...

The Rules For How To Write A Love Letter

The hardest part of a relationship can be admitting your feelings for someone. We use different outlets to admit it. Some will text the person their feelings, summing them up...

How To Get Over A Breakup

Breakups are hard- there is no way to get around this fact. Whether you were in a relationship with someone for two weeks or two years, breakups always come with a sense of loss...

Red Flags: How To Tell If Your Partner Is Cheating

There are many challenges in a relationship, but one that changes the entire dynamic is infidelity. When one partner is unfaithful, it is difficult to describe the pain and...

How To Be In A Relationship: What You Need To Know

There are many life lessons they don’t teach you at school, and one of those lessons is about how to be in a relationship. Relationships are something that comes naturally to...

Learning How To Love Yourself & Quotes To Remember

Everyone knows it is important to love yourself; we are told that giving and receiving love requires self-love. Many people do not even realize that they do not love themselves,...

How To Fix A Relationship After A Fight And Move Forward

So you and your partner just had a fight. Maybe it’s a little one. Maybe it’s a big one. Maybe it’s the first fight you’ve really had. Maybe you seem to do nothing but fight...

Top Tips For How To Solve Relationship Problems Without Breaking Up

There are times in romantic relationships where it feels like everything is too much, and you can't get through these stressful challenges.If you think that way, you're not...

How To Get Over An Ex-Girlfriend In 3 Simple Steps

Do you want to know how to get over an ex-girlfriend? It can be pretty hard to move on with your own life when your ex is constantly on your mind. There can be reminders all around..

How To Find A Useful Premarital Counseling Book

Information is overflowing everywhere in this day and age and if you're looking for a premarital counseling book to help start your marriage out on the right path, you may have...

Very often, resolving the problem requires an approach based on two key principles. The first is the ability to place yourself in the shoes of the other person. This is easier said than done, but a few simple exercises can help you see things from the other party's perspective and locate the common ground between you. The second, equally important and supporting the first, is simply communicating better. Talking openly about both the things that displease you and the qualities you admire in the other person, and making them feel comfortable enough to do the same, is often all that is needed to resolve conflict long before it becomes unmanageable. The following articles aren't and can't be all-encompassing, but the advice they contain has been tested time and again over the years. None of them offer a true “one size fits all” solution, though, so talking about any specific difficulties you may be facing with a counselor will rarely be a bad idea.
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