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Episode Info: www.homoliciousliving.com  Hello Pod listeners!  Welcome to Episode #23.  In this episode Cortney will share her story, her upbringing, impactful moments, changes and struggles, proud moments and the future. Delicious Dish: Today's Delicious Dish is about how to “Fight the Right Way.” You’ve met someone, entered into a relationship and love everything about that person.  There will be a time when you don’t completely see eye to eye, whether it’s about money, religion, politics, or whose turn it is to do the dishes, and then you’ll have your first argument.  Having different points of view doesn’t mean you’re not with the right person, and remember that the secret to a great relationship is in diversity.  Conflict between two people who love each other can contribute to the grown and transformation of each person, and for your relationship.  View these instances as an opportunity to get to know each other on a deeper level, which could lead to a experiencing a deeper love for one another. Let’s explore healthy ways to express your point of view. Agree on ground rules. Discuss with each other how you want to fight fairly with each other. Commit to being nonviolent with each, through your actions and words.       Remember this is a person you should love and respect, and you should love and respect yourself enough not to behave badly. Keep your comments and actions constructive, or else the argument will cause more problems instead of solving them. Separate the behavior from the person. You don’t have to like everything your partner thinks, does, or says, but remember that is a behavior, it’s not a complete definition of who they are. Let go. If you’re stubborn in your beliefs, it can close you off to other points of view. They can isolate and separate you from the one you love. Relax and open your mind so that you can make room for another point of view, and it doesn’t mean you have to change your view but at least be open to others Inquire. Ask yourself, “Do I want to be right in my relationship, or di I want to be happy?” Understand that two perspectives or “truths” are present in your relationship and that both are equally relevant. Remember that hearing another person’s perspectives can challenge you to expand yourself. Take care of yourself.  It’s not your partner’s life purpose to make you happy, that’s your job. Do your inner work, meditate, spend quality “me time” to really get to know yourselRead more »

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