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Improve Your Relationship and Earn More!

 

Love makes the world go round. A lot of us will go to great lengths to create the kind of career success we want but until and unless we can figure out how to handle our relationships with our loved ones, we feel that somewhat something is lacking.

 

Life is about relationships. Some wag has said that "Your net-work is your net worth" and guess what, he is right. Really, your life is about all the relationships you have developed in all aspects of life.

 

Perhaps one of life's most defining relationships in our lives is the one we have with our significant other. Contact some therapists then at empathi.com.

 

You wake up early in the morning and start preparing for work and then...what happens? The usual early morning stuff.

 

Lately, your partner has been moody for no apparent reason and doesn't seem willing to talk things over. You have tried engaging them and all they do is mutter that nothing is the matter! Annoying, isn't it? You bet, and you hate being the person who has to do all the heavy lifting to make this relationship work. You really hate this, don't you?To know more about relationships, visit this website at http://whitehouse.blogs.cnn.com/2011/05/25/mrs-obama%E2%80%99s-relationship-advice-to-girls/.

 

Back to our early morning story. Your man or woman has made some hurting comments after you politely asked them about a certain issue. They are rude, and it is early in the morning and you have to drive in the drizzle all the way to that thankless company where you will spend the rest of the day working with a boss who thinks you have an attitude! Could this attitude thing be blamed on the sour relationship that now exists between and your spouse?

 

Does this sound familiar?

 

A 2004 research paper titled "What Do Social Scientists Know About the Benefits of Marriage?" found that a happy marriage has several benefits. A good working marriage relationship is associated with higher earning ability, a longer and healthier life and children who are better-adjusted. This is awesome, isn't it? Isn't this the kind of marriage relationship that you signed up for?

 

Your relationship is not where it should be. You have tried everything you can think of and now you are beginning to think that there could be some fault with you! You are OK, really.

 

Have you considered talking to a relationship expert? If you haven't, I recommend that you try an organization called Empathi. Empathi has the skills and experience required to turn your relationship around. They will offer you relationship tips and advice as well as couples therapy through Empathi.