Mary Loyer: Founder of Red Lipstick Inc.

Mary Loyer: Founder of Red Lipstick Inc.

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Lately, it’s been taking all I’ve got to stay positive and keep my mind on happy thoughts and the happy road ahead.  Sometimes it is certainly easier said than done.  I’m sure many of you agree that now is a time when friends, family, and relationships matter the most.  This is the time when we need the support of those closest to us to get through any challenges we may be facing—whether it be with our health, finances, or our mental well-being.  Thank god my boyfriend doesn’t run the other way when I’m feeling a bit crazy for no reason!  I cherish all the words of love and encourage I get from my sisters, my friends, and most of all my Man.  In spite of this, it seems relationships can still be very challenging.  It seems apparent on the newstands, on T.V, and even in my own neighborhood—that many relationships are suffering.  In an interview on the talk show, The View From The Bay, Relationship Expert, Alison Armstrong suggested two questions that we might ask  our significant others for some insight on what could be missing. 

1) What do you need from me that you’ve given up on getting from me?

2) Is there anything I’m doing or any way I’m being that is losing your respect and affinity?

These questions might seem a little uncomfortable to face the answers to, but they can help us be aware of potential road-blocks in our relationships before it’s too late, and one of us gives up entirely.  This doesn’t mean that we must all of sudden provide everything our significant other wants in an instant, it simply begins the conversation and may help us explore how we can give them what they need.  Imagine having this conversation with your loved ones every few months?  I think I want to ask these questions to my boyfriend as well as my friends.  Alison suggests this could strengthen our bonds and help create even more amazing relationships!  Click below to view the full 6 minute interview.  Here’s to sticking together and getting through all the bumps in the road!

 

http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6811350&section=view_from_the_bay

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