Patterns of Conflict in Relationships

– No single factors can be more destroying than conflicts that are allowed to escalate out of control!

This doesn’t mean that conflicts are bad, on the contrary, conflicts are most often the reason for development and handled correctly, they can be the source leading to new and better solutions. However, most people don’t recognize the early symptoms of conflict and do not understand the different types of conflict and thus, often choose to solve them in a counterproductive way.

Understanding the language and structures of conflicts, escalation patterns and simple steps to reconcile can make conflicts the fuel to develop your relationship. When we can reconcile, we can move forward and go on to The Journey Beyond, finding new and better ways to enjoy each other and create the loving life we strive for. Read more


Before our expectations of relationship take on such epic proportions. We still want everything the traditional family was meant to provide – security, children, prosperity, and respectability – but now we also want our partner to love us, to desire us, to be interested in us. We should be best friends, trusted confidants, and passionate lover. The human imagination has conjured up and that means that love will remain unconditional, intimacy enthralling, and sex oh-so-exciting for a long haul, with one person. And the long haul keeps getting longer. Read more


The relationship is changing over the years. Passion becomes less important, and trust, loyalty and respect are at the forefront. “In love” is slowly withdrawing from love.

All this is perfectly normal, but many are scared when they notice that their relationship is no longer the same as it was before.

The proximity of the couples are most often due to changes in their life, whether this is the birth of the first child, stress due to an increased amount of work or even because of the illness that one partner may experience. If problems arise in other areas of life, most people begin to fix them very quickly. In the case of problems in partnership or in sexuality, many react exactly the opposite; they hesitate very long before they trust their partner and begin to solve the problems. They are afraid that their partners will be affected by their thinking, so they prefer to sweep the difficulties under the carpet. But with this, the problems, both in relationship and in sexuality, deepens further. Read more


In everyday life, is not easy to talk about ejaculation! In addition to shyness, which is, of course, understandable in relation to sexuality, talking about ejaculation can arouse memories that people would prefer to keep silent.

Initially it’s about night outings. A dreaded puberty discovers that he has popped the sheets. Dried sperm leaves a stain on the shed. In some families, the event is accompanied by a friendly affection, even with pleasure. Some people prefer to not to ask the matter. Others are condemning this evidence for moral reasons or because of an extra work for washing Read more


One of the truly forced psychological phenomena that has emerged in history is romantic love.

Romantic love is unique in the most powerful energy system in western psyche. In our culture, it has assumed the level of religion as in an arena in which men and women seek meaning, transcendence, integrity and ecstasy.

As a mass phenomenon, romantic love is typical of the West. In fact, we are so accustomed to living with beliefs in the assumptions of a romantic “love” that can be based on romantic love or love relationship. We are convinced that this is the only “true love”. But there’s a lot to learn about this from the East. In Eastern cultures, such as Indian or Japanese, we realize that couples are reported to love with great warmth and strength in sacrificing, so that they are only capable of being rare among us. But their love is not “romantic love”, as we know it. They do not impose their own ideals as we, nor even those impossible requirements in anticipation.

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