Dr. Randi Gunther
In her 40-year-career as a clinical psychologist and marriage counselor, She Had Spent Over 100,000 face-to-face hours with singles and couples helping them to sort out their desires and conflicts about intimate relationships. She Had explored all the reasons why their relationships so often start out euphoric only to crumble and how they can turn those disappointments into future successes. She truly believe that the greatest obstacles standing between you and the love you want is often right before your eyes but you are unable to envision the journey. Her specialty is to help you look at yourself and your relationships with heroic honesty and the willingness to look deeply at yourself and what you bring to a relationship so that you can finally create the kind of transformation that will change you forever. You'll finally understand why you've struggled in love, and what skills you'll need to create the kind of relationship you've always wanted - one in which you fall deeper in love while simultaneously scaling the heights of your individual potential. It's how her husband and She have made their marriage their bedrock for over 60 years. Subscribe to her free advice newsletter at www.heroiclove.com where she'll tell you everything she has learned about finding and keeping a truly heroic relationship.
If you have found yourself in a relationship that has lost its meaning for you, how can you minimize the stress on your partner and yourself?
Are You Killing Love In Your Relationship With Repeated Arguments?
3 Common Mistakes On The Road To Forever Love
The Key To A Lasting Relationship Lies In Your Darkest Secrets
Loving someone even after the end of a relationship can be devastating, especially if you are the rejected partner.
Do You Keep Choosing the Wrong Partners?
Every intimate relationship has its ups and downs. No matter how compatible the partners may be, they are bound to occasionally disagree.
Infidelity can cause Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Read here to find out how.
Where to draw the line between privacy and openness in a relationship? Do complete honesty in a relationship strengthen or threaten a relationship?
Sadly, most intimate relationships end unevenly. Too often, one partner wants out, while the other is still attached.
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