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Knowing and expressing your needs to each other is a bottom line item for a successful relationship, and ultimately a way to make sure you’re on the same page. But, what if you have different needs in a relationship?
Be smart. And be with someone smart. Be a smart couple where you both know and own your issues and work on them in order to earn the fulfilling relationship you dream of.
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Instead of saying ‘you should’, I used these two words and it changed my life…
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These 3 questions that Terri Cole came up with our awesome to get to what’s going on on your side of the relationship dynamic.
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