a life in perfect balance

rebecca chapman  - relationship whisperer

Want to know how to help your partner change? Read this first.

I recently moved from a big city to a really small country town in Queensland Australia and my house is about 5 minutes from a beach. Chances are, when I've written this  that that's where I am. Feet in the sand, staring at the ocean and working out whether or not I want to go in. Strange thing here is that the water is really warm - like a bath. To be honest - it can feel a bit creepy on your skin. So - I don't always go in.
I'll have food on my clothes for absolute sure and my care factor about that is a big ZERO.



change your partner
Short and Sweet.  Which is how I tend to deliver info to my clients – even my friends probably.  Might get some therapy for that. :P.

I could fill the page with a story or words that really don’t say a lot.

But – yo – we are a bit beyond small talk – yes?

Here it is…

Parenting your partner or
Preaching to your partner or
Lecturing your partner or
Diagnosing your partner will always, always, always trigger their resistance.
And never in a good way.

I know, I know…you just want to help them.  Your motives are pure….(hmm we can talk about that another day).

You want nothing more than to show them what you see so clearly about them.

But it will mess up your relationship.

Good relationships are horizontal.  One line right next to another.  No line higher than the other.

Vertical relationships really mess things up – where one of you is – or believes themselves to be, further up or further down the totem pole than the other.

Your partner does not need any more parents.  

My Lord – we are dealing with enough stuff from our actual childhood without triggering it in the present – do you hear me?  

Do not parent or preach.

You will summon a tiger who will fiercely protect her young. (inner child).  At any cost.  

Even the cost of your relationship.

How do you stop that?  How do you recognise that’s going on?

I hear it loud and clear, like a badly out-of-tune guitar.  Very, very quickly.

That’s my thang.

If you suspect it’s happening in your relationship or marriage.

Call me – call me now 🙂

But really –

I gotcha

PS.  If you’ve tried many things to help your relationships that simply haven’t worked…I can help.

But most importantly, if you’ve been feeling the pull to have me by your side as your mentor, and you’re ready for deep support as you find your answer to “should I stay or should I go”…click below to book your first session.

We’ll use an intuitive and solution-based method to get you sorted.

I can’t wait to be your wingman.

Chat tomorrow

In the meantime….here’s some more.
Rebecca Chapman - A Life in Perfect Balance
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