Dear Sybersue is an Informative and very REAL dating and relationship advice columnist for men & women of all Ages!
In today’s video Sybersue talks about people who are afraid to be themselves with their partners and who may be sabotaging their relationships without even being aware of the damage that is taking place on a daily basis.
When you hide your feelings and don’t divulge much of what you are thinking or feeling to your partner it can cause all sorts of problems that may never be resolved. Lack of communication between a couple is one of the biggest reasons for breakups today!
If you don’t talk openly with each other, what type of relationship do you have?
Pushing your partner away because of insecurities will not keep your relationship in a healthy place. How do you honestly think it will improve if you become more and more introverted about your true feelings?
They deserve more respect and your full attention. You are not in a part time situation that allows you to close down and shut your partner out. They have emotional and physical needs that shouldn’t be put on the back burner.
How long do you think they will want to stay in a one sided romance?
You fell in love for a reason; don’t let your relationship die due to fear, sabotage or laziness. Talk to your partner and tell them what’s going on inside your head. They will probably be more supportive than you think!
When you open up and share your feelings with them they know you trust them, which is a big part of a great relationship. Clamming up and pretending all is good, is not being true to yourself or to them. You both deserve more.
Go on, you can fix this! ❤
The Dear Sybersue Talk Show
In the video above Dear Sybersue answers a question from a woman on her advice column who is secretly seeing her best friends Ex husband! She wants to know what she should do and how she should handle it!
It’s maybe a bit late to feel guilty about it now don’t you think???
Dear Sybersue answers this popular topic from her advice column!
“What is the key to keeping a relationship from becoming boring and routine!”
It is much easier than many couples realize! You don’t have to become another divorce statistic if this a part of your weekly practice! Not only will it change up the dynamics of your partnership, you will have fun at the same time!
Keep your partner wanting more by being MORE of who you are!
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In today’s video above Dear Sybersue discusses relationship patterns that may need changing due to unhealthy childhood memories.
- Is there always a lot of drama or repetition in your partnerships or dating scenarios??
- Does your partner remind you of things in your past that were hurtful, abusive or sad within your family?
- Are there characteristics in your partner that remind you of either of your parents? Are they overly controlling, possessive or emotionally unavailable?
People tend to be creatures of habit and wander towards familiar environments which aren’t necessarily a safe or happy place to be.
Break ups happen because that person wasn’t right for you. You are meant to learn from the demise of it and move on to a more fulfilling partnership. But…unfortunately many people repeat the same mistakes and go back for more of the same thing because it is what they know!
Staying in these type of situations is one of the biggest reasons many men & women spend so much time dealing with low self esteem and self doubt in all aspects of their lives.
Your partner is supposed to be an extension of the incredible person that you are; not take away from who you are.
If you are constantly putting yourself in these hot & cold, loveless relationships because this is familiar to you from your past family life, you may need to talk to a counselor or therapist to help you through this repetitive cycle.
Sometimes you just can’t do it alone and it is a strength to be able to admit this to yourself. ❤
Once you analyze & start to understand why you make certain relationship choices, it is much easier to find real love and end up on a happier path. Childhood drama in ingrained in our hearts, body and soul; it is not an easy thing to erase overnight and asking for help to make these changes is a good thing.
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