They likely have strengths you lack and vice versa. Let’s celebrate your partner.
Let’s also be realistic about how those differences can be used poorly.
In each of the following, implied is that I am asking both of you for an answer to every question. This is for the both of you.
Take inventory and talk about what to do with this info to improve your relationships:
Who is more of an introvert?
What impact does it have on your relationship?
What do they need from you?
Do the same with the extrovert.
Who is more likely to write a paragraph versus two words in a text or email response?
How does that impact your daily communication via email or texting?
How does each one of those land?
Who talks more in person? How do you deal with that? (In counselor language we might ask how does that make you feel?)
The next bunch of blogs will look at differences you have and ask you to use them to build your repertoire. Learn from your partner. Why do they do it that way? In what ways does my partner do it better than I do?
No one likes to miss out. The first 3 hour Sacred Sexuality Workshop in January is already filled. And there is one opening left for the 6 hour Sacred Sexuality Retreat January 23.
Thank you for letting me share this information and these techniques. Thank you for investing in your relationship and making good things happen. Go to the “Retreat” tab on my website to get more information and download the workbooks to do a self-directed retreat.