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Stop Settling for Scraps in Your Relationship – SC 111

by | April 2, 2017
2 min read

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How do you know if you are settling in your relationship? What if you are having a hard time moving on even if someone has had an affair on you? I’m always surprised what people tolerate in their relationship. Your partner is your best friend, your confidant, your ally. Anything less won’t cut it. Listen in as I challenge some listener questions and ask that you do not settle for scraps in your relationship.


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QUESTIONS:

  • I’ve been in a relationship. We bought a home together, we’ve split up and I find myself continuing to go back and unable to let go.  How do you know it’s time to work or walk away? [4:00]
  •  My husband doesn’t want divorce and he has had an affair – but he’s neither choosing me nor choosing the affair. What should I do? [6:00]
  • My partner distances himself due to stress and finances for the last two years and puts the relationship on the backburner instead of finding strength in it, is that a sign I’m not being a good support? [7:00]
  • My teenage daughter is currently not respecting my need for time out. She knows it’s important but still having a hard time in the moment and ends up saying hurtful things. Any other tools we could use? [13:00]
  • When to wait in a relationship [5:00]
  •  Your two options when your partner is having an affair [6:00]
  • If your partner is stressed and distances himself [7:00]
  • Why people settle for ‘scraps’ in relationship [8:00]
  • If you’re always ‘the giver’ in relationship [12:00]
  • Learning to soften if you’re a Type-A personality [13:00]

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