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Relationships – Why do opposites attract? (Part 1 of 3)

Is it ‘pure chemistry’ that we find someone attractive? Does it come down to the physicality of why opposites attract? Why is it that in so many intimate relationships you see the classic case of two opposite personalities being drawn together? Perhaps it comes down to the psychology of relating. When we are in the..

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Relationship – The dance of love addiction (Part 2 of 3)

In the interactions with our partners we tend to form relationship dynamics that we repeatedly return to in the face of similar circumstances. These relationship dynamics gets reinforced with each situation that connects the last, forming a network of potential triggers for this to be played out. We begin to build an accumulation of these..

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Relationships – The power of co-operation (part 3 of 3)

In the mechanics of ‘nature’ it is co-operation that allows a process of working or acting together for the common/mutual benefit, as opposed to working in competition for selfish benefit. There is complete harmony in cooperation. The alternative to cooperation, in terms of disharmony of relating, is a relationship that suffers from ‘co-dependency’. We firstly..

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Acts of Courage: Vulnerability (Part 2 of 3)

In my practice vulnerable expression is at the core of people’s well bring. It’s important to acknowledge ones vulnerability before finding the courage to move through it and claim ones power. Vulnerability can often be mistaken for weakness, especially in a power driven society. This misinterpretation of weakness is in fact a fallacy, given in..

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