Are you looking to work on your relationship with your spouse or significant other, but your partner is not receptive to the idea? Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for a spouse or significant other to disagree about needing help with a relationship. Often the spouse who is resistant to see someone would rather read books or work on the relationships themselves. Instead of getting upset, which … [Read more...] about Is your spouse hesitant to work on your relationship?
Last week I spoke about how our big beliefs are formed in our childhood and how they become a part of our identity. If you didn’t see that video, you can click here to read about it. As a Core Belief Engineering Practitioner I work with people in terms of their relationships, but not just with a spouse or significant other – relationships with friends, family and money. Today, however, I am … [Read more...] about How Childhood Beliefs Affect Our Present Relationships
Last week I discussed tools that can identify beliefs, such as using words to describe your beliefs i.e., my rules, my ideals, etc. This week I am delving further into this subject. As a Certified Core Belief Engineering Practitioner I look into people’s beliefs and help change them. Core Belief Engineers believe we have beliefs from the moment we enter into this world. These beliefs are healthy … [Read more...] about How Our Big Beliefs Develop
As you may know, I am a Core Belief Engineer Practitioner. What that means is that I help my clients identify and work through limiting beliefs so they can live the life they really want. Why are beliefs so important? Your beliefs create your reality. For example: everybody has an “uncle” who goes on and on about getting ripped off, and normally he may, indeed, get ripped off. In comparison, I … [Read more...] about Why Beliefs Are So Important
I spend a lot of time working with couples and individuals looking to discuss their relationships. Lately many of my clients have been men, most of who are looking to discuss how to make their relationships better. One piece of advice I always give to them is to ask questions! Asking questions and then asking follow up questions is my top tool when it comes to better communication. Asking … [Read more...] about Megan’s Top Tool for Better Communication (It’s Really Easy)!