Fighting over who’s washing the dishes? Are the clothes piling up? Tired of fighting with your partner about how much you are doing and how much they are not doing? We have something that can help with that! Let’s have a conversation that can c
One women’s engagement ended and she wanted to share what she learned from her experience. She offered 20 questions you should ask before marriage on Twitter and it went viral. We tell what we think about this list of questions.
We are wrapping up our discussion on difficult conversations! We discuss problem-solving and recap everything we’ve learned throughout this entire series! This is episode is based on the book Difficult Conversations by Douglas Stone, Bruce Patt
You’re having a difficult conversation with someone. You’ve listened and now it is your turn to speak. In this episode, we discuss how to figure out exactly what you want to say and how to say it. This episode is based on Difficult Conversation
Hey, Loveologist we are wrapping up our vacation in Hawaii!!!! We will go over the process of traveling during a pandemic and some of the things we've done while here. We will also talk about some awesome places to eat like Duke's and Bourbon S
So you have decided to bring up that thing that you have been dreading to bring up. You have decided to have a difficult conversation. How do you start it? In this week’s episode, we give you some pointers on how to set yourself up to have a pr
Should you always raise an issue you are having with another person or is there ever a time that you shouldn’t? How do you know when to raise and when you should let go? This episode is based on the book Difficult Conversations by Douglas Stone
Often times expressing how we feel is one of the hardest parts of a difficult conversation. We discuss the importance of acknowledging our feelings and give tips on how to express them. This episode covers the book Difficult Conversations by Do
This week we are coming off of a busy holiday weekend. We decided to switch it up and do an episode that is a little more personal. Ashley asked questions like, "who's the best at..." or "who said I love you first" Be sure to check this one out
When a conflict arises most people have the tendency to blame the other person. In this week’s episode, we discuss why the blame game is a losing game and why we should lean more towards the “contribution system” to really resolve the issue.
Has someone ever said something to intentionally hurt you? How do you know for sure they wanted to hurt you? Or could you be assuming? This week we continue our conversation about how to have difficult conversations.
Difficult conversations are a part of life. But how can we get better at having them? This week, we are starting a new series where we discuss this topic! This series is based on the book, Difficult Conversations: How To Discuss What Matters Mo