Love coach: How to end toxic relationship conflicts

Nov 19 2020

We often forget that a relationship is the integration of two nervous systems.

This person we attach to has a far more significant impact on our nervous system than others.

That means they can calm but also excite us easier.

That’s why we get so easily triggered by our partner but not our colleagues, friends, or strangers.

It’s also why our partner’s touch can calm us down far better than the touch of a stranger if you are securely attached.

That’s why the most crucial skill couples need to learn is how to regulate their nervous system, so when we feel anxious or fearful, we can calm down, and when we feel unmotivated, we can create excitement.

Therein also lies the balance between boredom and anxiety. Too much excitement creates fear and anxiety, and too little cause boredom.

The destructive conflicts in relationships happen for two reasons.

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Baby feeding hacks: Tips to prevent fussy eating before it begins

Nov 18 2020

I love Charlotte Stirling-Reed’s tips to prevent fussy eating before it begins! I wish I had seen these baby feeding hacks when my son was a baby. Make good use of them, London Mums! You can also attend a weaning workshop in which she will share more tips and will showcase how to get started with solids and vegetable led weaning. She is a registered Nutritionist and a leading expert in infant and toddler nutrition and also worked with our beloved Joe Wicks on Wean in 15

This event is free courtesy of Stokke – Stokke are going virtual – Tripp Trapp® tour @home – and will be on 8th December 2020 at 8pm – 9pm. Register here, and you will be sent the zoom invite closer to the event.

Meantime have a taster of Charlotte’s tips. 

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Love coach: 6 Tips to end relationship conflicts

Nov 15 2020

In my previous article, we explored the causes of relationship conflicts and why regulation is the key to ending conflicts. If you did not read that go check it out before reading this article.

The essential tool to avoid conflict is learning to regulate our stress response.

Once that takes over, it’s a downhill path.

As a dating coach and relationship coach, I see the inability to deal with our stress response as the most significant issue for connecting with others.

Once we go into our primal brain, it’s game over.

This is one of the critical skills I work with couples on premarital counseling and couple counseling.

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