Feb 26, 2019
Have you ever wanted to make a significant investment or a big
move in your life- and you come to find out that your partner isn’t
on board? Have you ever wondered what the best way was to navigate
this intimate situation?
Today, I invite you and your partner to cozy up, grab a pen and some paper- and dive in to this life-changing conversation together.
Psychotherapist and Therapeutic Relationship Coach, Rachel Wright, is recognized as one of the freshest voices on modern and millennial relationships. She is the co-founder of Wright Wellness Center where, together with her husband and team, she is on a mission to help people have better sex, relationships, and mental health, through a growing catalog of masterclasses, online programs, resources, and a supportive online community.
Kyle Wright’s calling is to change the way we view masculinity and how we talk and teach about mental health, relationships, and sex. He coaches men 1:1 to help them navigate their Modern Masculinity™, works with couples enrolled in Revive Your Relationship™, and teaches monthly masterclasses on topics related to mental health, relationships, and sex education.
Kyle & Rachel break some assumptions about their relationship like never fighting, how much intimacy is healthy, and how to communicate openly with your partner.
Vulnerability + transparency are a gift they love giving, and I can’t wait for them to share it with you.
In This Episode:
Kyle & Rachel did not like each other at first [ 9:00 ]
Couples work should be preventative [ 15:40 ]
When one partner wants to invest & the other does not [ 23:40 ]
“The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” are divorce predictors [ 34:15 ]
The most difficult time in Kyle’s life [ 39:45 ]
The life you want to have is possible [ 45:00 ]
A victim mentality is a normal trap [ 50:45 ]
Kyle trusted Rachel to follow her intuition about their next step [ 54:20 ]
What men want during sex [ 63:50 ]
Appreciation, compliments, and support [ 67:20 ]
Soul Shifting Quotes:
“People get really worried and scared when they think about doing couples work because they think they have failed.” -Kyle
“If you’re working on past stuff, that’s therapy. Coaching is like here and forward.” -Rachel
“A lot of times it has nothing to do with the money and everything to do with being terrified your partner is going to change without you.” -Rachel
“Women don’t want to be pigeonholed as the mom figure when they’re in their twenties.” -Kyle
“The biggest piece for Kyle and his growth was having the courage to say I feel massively uncomfortable and unhappy.” -Rachel
“Guys are taught not to really think too far ahead or to be aggressive with a new idea.” -Kyle
“We are all capable of getting the relationship that we want. The only way you can get it is by being super vulnerable.” -Kyle
“There is no need to shame yourself for any mistakes made in the past or things you wish could be different. Everything is possible for you.” -Rachel
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