It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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Exploring Love’s Uncomfortable Truths
Assael Romanelli Ph.D.
Are you in a relationship where one partner wants more connection, while the other consistently avoids and distances? These 5 steps will help you change the dynamic.
Do you believe that your partner's pain is your responsibility? These six steps can help you step out of such a symbiotic dynamic.
The money power dynamic is always at play in intimate relationships. If ignored, it can lead to a wide range of negative consequences. These three steps can help you avoid them.
If you truly want to feel free and loved in your intimate relationship, then dare to bring the negative, forbidden, shameful parts of yourself.
If you can verbalize your unavoidable aggression toward your loved one, your relationship might gain a deeper sense of intimacy, honesty, and freedom.
Assael Romanelli, Ph.D., is a clinical social worker and a licensed couple and family therapist based in Jerusalem, Israel. He trains and lectures internationally about relationships and improvisation.