Each topic faces a balancing act. A relationship can be off balance in either direction. There are two extreme, unhealthy ways of handling each topic, and then there is a healthy middle: The Third Option.
Opposites attract. It very often happens. We tend to “fall in love” with someone who is strong in areas we are not strong. We admire those strengths. We may feel pressure to change, which feeds a constant tension. Why? Because we are different. We don’t want all the same things. We don’t think or feel or act the same. We can begin to feel stuck. Because an intimate relationship involves two different people, the tension between two different ways of thinking is built-in. When we feel this tension, it is not because there is something wrong with our relationship/marriage, it’s because it is the nature of it!
Join us to learn The Third Option and how to work your way there, to the healthy, middle solution.