Tips On How To Guide An Anxious Partner

Tips on how to guide an anxious partner

Tips On How To Guide An Anxious Partner

It is a myth that women are stronger than men emotionally.

When a client recently asked me to assist with a partner, I realised how important it was to highlight the value of relationship support as well as the role of support. Right from the outset I want to mention the perception that women are normally emotionally stronger than men. But, in relationships that have evolved over time, the stronger partner is not necessarily the woman, but the one that has most developed emotionally.

 

Here are tips on how to guide an anxious partner

 

There are some pivotal understandings which will create fresh perspectives to what you already know, and I would love to share them with you, in order to (as always) come to your own realisations.

Discover why we form emotional co-dependencies

The weaker partner becomes dependent on the stronger one’s emotional responses and feed off the strength of the leading partner’s emotions.

How we develop anxiety

Anxiety talks to our ability to control our environment. Without control we rely more on our partners. 

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Comments (2)

  • Bobby Joyner Reply

    Adele, you are absolutely brilliant and I’m so proud of you. I developed an admiration and great respect for you. You have stepped up to the plate and taken on some of life’s shadows with courage and grace. You possess a great measure of wisdom and an integrated awareness that I love about you. Bobby

    December 11, 2018 at 12:53 am
    • Adele Green Reply

      Thank you Bobby I appreciate the feedback. I am glad that you are reading the blogs.

      January 9, 2019 at 5:11 pm

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