5 free relationship resources for when things are tense
Relationships are tricky things. They ebb and flow, things get tense, you can get stuck.
I hope for you that all is going smoothly.
But if it is not, I have put together 5 of my free relationship resources to help shift you back into flow.
5 free relationship resources for when
things are tense
1. Relationship clarity session
This is a guided group (but still very private) process to help you get clear, find out what you can do to help the situation, and get strategic.
Happening every few months online.
To find out more, join my community for this invite only event. 2. Guided meditation
My Self-soothe after rupture guided meditation help syou calm down after an argument or when things are tense.
Listen here. 3. Relationship-smart women podcast
My podcast is for women who feel frustrated, disconnected and lack-lustre, but are done with blaming their partners or the universe. We are ready to do our bit to make things better so that we feel more connected, more alive and more truly ourselves.
Find it wherever you find your podcasts or go here. 4. Re-connection activities for you and your partner
I have put together a workbook of 15 practices/ ideas for you to try with your partner to fuel the ﬂame of your intimate relationship. It is called Relationship fuel, click here to access it. This is available all the time on my website under “free tools” along with a resource for reconnecting to yourself, one for reconnecting to your vagina and a sweet and gentle guided meditation. 5. Why am I a bitch to the one I love?
This blog post is by far my most popular, getting around 200 hits a day. It just seems to resonate!. I have made sure it is a super helpful post. If you haven’t read it (or it has been a while as I have changed it heaps) check it out here.
Would you like me to create a different resource? Let me know in the comments.
I really hope there is something useful for you here. Take care.
Hi, I'm Nicole Mathieson, a relationship and body image coach, couple therapist and author.
My relationships blog helps couples learn practical ways to cultivate a deeper understanding of one another, find safety and connection in relationships, navigate difficult conversations and repair after conflict.