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Ouch.  You suffered a painful breakup and have been mourning the loss of what you thought would be and the heartfelt crush of an ego bruise.  Like many others who experience this, it sucks.  There’s really no avoiding the pain, especially if this was really someone special who you’d put big expectations into.  It’s called being human.  And it’s also being human to recover, tap into your resilience and rise up from the ashes of your personal disappointment and loss.  Friends, family, personal work and time can help you get there.
In order to know you’re ready to find love again, it’s important to do a lot of self reflection on what happened in the relationship.  There are complicated layers to the dynamics between two people in an intimate connection.  It’s a system where both parts contribute to the dance.  The goal is to get to emotional safety and security together, ideally feeling on a similar path in relationship goals.  There are many ways this can go well – and not so much.
If you feel you’ve moved past the grief stage of a relationship loss and there’s an inkling of interest in looking around you to see what might be next,

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This article was inspired by research and case studies from Fanocracy: Turning Fans into Customers and Customers into Fans, the new book by David Meerman Scott and Reiko Scott. We’re all trying to develop closer relationships with our customers so we can turn them into fans – loyal clients who will buy from us again […]
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As we sail into 2020, it’s not to late to reflect a bit on what has passed.  As I do every year, here are the “best of” in emotional health and relationships, the most viewed content in LoveAndLifeToolbox.com for the prior year.
Best in Relationships 
Friendship, Relationship Happiness Predictor, Relationship with a Busy Partner
How to Be a Better Friend  by Lisa Brookes Kift, MFT
 
 
 
The Single Biggest Happiness Predictor in Relationships by Bill Murphy, Jr
 
 
 
Ask Lisa:  Relationship with a Busy Partner   by Lisa Brookes Kift, MFT
 
 
 
Best in Emotional Health 
Authenticity, Resilience, Feeling Unlovable
12 Indications You Are Living an Authentic Life  by Lisa Brookes Kift, MFT
 
 
 
Resilience and the 6 C’s of Coping  by Lisa Brookes Kift, MFT
 
 
 
Feeling Unlovable:  How to Reclaim Your Lovability  by Linda Graham, MFT
 
 
 
This year I’m having a post-New Years sale!  All of my eBooks and online course are available for 50% off through January 8th!

The Premarital Counseling Workbook for Couples (eBook)
The Marriage Refresher Course Workbook for Couples (eBook)
Family of Origin:  Untangle Your Unhealthy Roots (eBook/Mini guide)
Break Your Unhealthy Relationship Patterns (eBook/Mini guide)
Break Your Unhealthy Relationship Patterns  (online course)

I wish you a wonderful 2020!
Warmly,
Lisa B. Kift, MFT
LoveAndLifeToolbox.com
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See my prior “Best of” year end wrap-ups:
#TheToolbox Best of 2018
#TheToolbox Best of 2017
#TheToolbox Best

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Linda Graham, MFT and author of Resilience: Powerful Practices for Bouncing Back from Disappointment, Difficulty, and Even Disaster, shares one exercise from her book for improved resilience and well being.  
On my way to an early morning doctor’s appointment, my car got a flat tire. Drove to the neighborhood tire shop instead. They could replace the tire in an hour, in time for me to begin seeing clients for the rest of the day.  I walked home, walking down a street I had driven almost every day for years, but now seeing things at a completely different pace, from a completely different perspective.
There is the Spanish ambassador’s residence in my neighborhood. Who knew?  There is a home on the National Register of Historic Places; I never knew that. A neighbor has a pomegranate tree in their front yard. I never knew that either.
The delight that there was so much to discover in a few short blocks put all of the grump about the flat tire in perspective.  I have the privilege of being alive in a world full of awe and wonder, if only I take time to notice and expand my horizons.
That shifting of perspectives is at the core of resilience; being able

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If you’re married, you’ve probably figured out that marriage isn’t always easy.  And it’s not supposed to be.  Like anything, time comes with changes; shifts within the individual, relationship movement and external life events.  As the honeymoon phase of a relationship gets further away in the rear view mirror, it’s important for the long term stabilizing factors like respect, friendship, commitment and common goals to kick in.  When work, family and other obligations stress the system, it’s crucial to remember to prioritize the relationship itself in the form of date nights, quality time spent together, intimacy and physical connection (even small but consistent micro-doses can be like glue that keeps the marriage connected).
For me, the most critical aspect of having a rock solid marriage (or long term relationship), is emotional safety within the relationship.  Both must feel they can fully emotionally rely on each other and have a collaborative spirit in how they approach things.  In my couples therapy practice, this is one of the first things I’m looking for, to assess whether they are still on the same team or have been compromised by a lack of emotional safety.  A marriage is in trouble if it has become adversarial

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The Christmas season is one full of endless to-do lists, card writing to family and friends you rarely see, and last-minute gift buying and present hiding. It’s full of hot cocoa, Christmas carols, messy homes from entertaining and pillow forts, and early giggles on Christmas morning. Amidst the hustle and bustle of the season, it…
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