Monthly Archives: March 2012

Intimacy Can be Yours—If You Act on It!

Creating, nurturing and maintaining intimacy in long-term, committed relationships requires intention, deliberate choice and deliberate action. Nothing about creating intimacy and truly being intimate with another person is unconscious. Closeness is enhanced through purposeful sensitivity, tenderness and respect for each other.

Being congruent is a process in which you value yourself; you take ownership of your thoughts and feelings, and your resources and choices; honor and express your deepest knowing about yourself and be sure that what you say and how you say it match what you are feeling.

There are three good reasons that you and your partner might not always communicate effectively with each other.

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Don’t Ever Be Too Busy To Create Intimacy With HIM!

Intimacy isn’t an automatic response. Intimacy isn’t a given because you love someone or feel loved by someone. Intimacy doesn’t come with a commitment or with a marriage license. The basic, fundamental element of intimacy is cherishing each other!

Creating, nurturing and maintaining intimacy in long-term, committed relationships is the toughest and the most worthwhile undertaking one can accomplish.

It requires intention, deliberate choice and deliberate action. Nothing about creating intimacy and truly being intimate with another person is unconscious. Closeness is enhanced through purposeful sensitivity, tenderness and respect for each other.

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Are You Ready for Love? You’re Invited to a Free Intensive Online Weekend Retreat!

Better Than Ever at Dating and Relationship continues its commitment to bringing personal empowerment and effective relationship tools to women around the world.

Join Dr. Jackie and five other Relationship Experts
for a FREE Intensive Online Weekend Retreat
on March 16-18, 2012

FREE Online Relationship RetreatDr. Dee Adio-Moses, founder of the Better Than Ever at Dating and Relationship Teleseminar Series, will host the Retreat and interview each expert on one aspect of creating a healthy, fulfilling love relationship for women of all ages.

Program details and registration for this powerful free weekend experience can be found at: http://www.betterthaneveratdatingandrelationship.com.

“Clear your calendar Friday March 16th through Sunday the 18th and focus on yourself for once. We are doing this for you and that is why it is free. Simply attend via your phone or computer and allow our first-class experts to show you all you need to know and do. I promise, this weekend will rekindle your empowerment so you can date more confidently and take the right steps in finding and keeping the relationship partner for you.”
~ Dr. Dee Adio-Moses

Don’t miss this amazing opportunity! Read all about the Weekend here: http://www.betterthaneveratdatingandrelationship.com.  Register now—the Retreat is FREE, plus you will receive four valuable bonus gifts—transform your relationship life and your world will change.

Remember, only YOU can make it happen!

 

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The Secret about Your Family’s Imprint on Your Beliefs and Attitudes

We are imprinted, positively and negatively, by the beliefs, attitudes, values and behaviors of those in our families.

For thousands of years people have passed along their wisdom and knowledge and built on the past and moved forward into the future telling each other stories.

Storytelling helps us make sense of our early life and family life, and often provides essential clues about the values, behaviors, attitudes and beliefs that we have embraced and live by, or have rejected and replaced.

Part of learning to tell and write our stories, is recognizing the themes and patterns of family beliefs, attitudes, values and behaviors.

Does your family have a mythology about children, elders, illness, money, expressing emotion, career etc., to which everyone subscribes?

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7 Simple Tips to Effective Communication

“Why is communication important in a relationship? Is it the most important part of a relationship?”

First let’s agree that when we use the word communication we are referring to verbal and non-verbal communication.

Verbal and non-verbal language is an essential element for committed relationships, friendships, business relationship and virtually all other kinds of relationships. We depend on making ourselves understood to convey our wants and needs, likes and dislikes, thoughts and feelings, and to make requests of others.

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