Posts tagged Intentional
5 Reasons to Flirt With Your Partner

It’s come to our attention that many people (including us!) eventually stop flirting with their partners. Is it because we’re no longer attracted?

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Proposing to Each Other: Our Mutual Proposal

In our view, there is no wrong way to become engaged as long as you engage in a method that matches your values, attitudes and beliefs regarding your relationship.

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Tea(m) Time: Help for Busy Relationships

Tea(m) time: like a checkpoint, or a “tune up” that Formula One race cars receive throughout a race. The purpose of this get-together is to carve out one or two hours a month or bi-weekly to intentionally discuss your relationship with your partner – as a team.

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Relationship Zen Strategic Planning – Phase 2

Central to Relationship Zen is an active cycle of personal development and couple’s development. Therefore, Relationship Zen Strategic Planning involves the intentional, structured and uplifting process of analyzing our current situations as individuals and as a couple, envisioning a better future as two, and developing a personal and group plan.

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Relationship Zen Secret 2013: Make Time For Play

What we mean by “make time for play” is doing fun, valuable, and extraordinary activities that build up the relationship.

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7 Ways to Boost Your Zen Living Today

We believe that it's imperative for individuals to prioritize personal development because that ultimately helps to improve the health of their relationships. 

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Cheers to a “New” Relationship!

Reflecting on the past and being mindful in the present are essential aspects of Relationship Zen. However, so is setting bold intentions for the future! The holiday season is a beautiful time to combine all three activities.

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Relationship Zen Strategic Planning – Phase 1

Knowing others as well as yourself is even better. In the spirit of this theme, we want to talk about how to improve your relationship through an intentional group project where you not only learn about yourself but about each other.

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