Women’s home are fighting for women’s right to a violence-free life for men. Women’s home is fighting for a movement of non-profit women and girls to protect this right.
Think about what you do when your partner disobeys you:
Do you punish your partner by becoming enraged, attacking, blaming, keeping quiet, or in any other way?
Are you making an effort to please your lover even more to the point where you’re on the verge of giving up on yourself?
Do you simply turn it off and carry on feeling down?
Do you turn to different addictions to fill the gap, such as alcohol, gambling, or porn?
Decide to be in control of your emotions rather than relying on your mate to make you happy.
The most important question in a relationship is whether or not you hold your partner accountable for your sense of worth, security, and pleasure.
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Some people use phrases like “You are being unreasonable and I refuse to talk with you about this” or “We never get anywhere when we dispute and I’m not going to talk anymore” to express their outright refusal to talk about a problem.
and they’re leaving their house.
We set up a class called “Discover Ways to Stay Calm and Remain in Difficult Discussions” to teach you about this.
When you are overwhelmed and your communication style tends to avoid conflict, the same techniques will still be effective.
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Choose to be grateful instead of complaining
Being thankful for each other’s positive qualities the qualities you first fell in love with is constructive and relationship-healing. Making complaints all the time, whether they are about your partner or life in general, is toxic and damaging.
Relationships flourish in an accepting and thankful environment, but they wither in a critical and complaining environment.
We provide a safe framework for a women’s and girls physical, mental and social growth and recovery.
Women’s House organizes training sessions to enhance inter familial dynamics and children’s psychological affects.
Loving relationships are about focused presence and connection – something that arises when you take responsibility for your own feelings, when you are kind and caring towards yourself and your partner, when you focus on learning rather than controlling, when you take your time for quality socializing. , really trying to get in touch – and sharing gratitude with each other instead of complaining.
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