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07.24.2017

How to argue constructively

Arguments can have a very positive effect on a relationship, provided that they are conscious and are about communicating with your partner.

It’s worth bearing in mind the following points during conflicts in a relationship more ›

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08.16.2016

Satisfying roles in a relationship

An interview with Joanna Dulińska, psychologist, psychotherapist and supervisor at the Process Oriented Psychology Institute (Instytut Psychologii Procesu).

A conversation about what roles are needed in a relationship, how to make changes in a relationship, why people cheat on each other, and many, many other important issues. more ›

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04.3.2016

Breaking up? Not yet…

“After the first phase of being in love, after the feeling that everything is going to be wonderful, it becomes clear, that that’s not what’s going to happen. From this point on, people start to look at each other differently. And this is a fantastic moment! As long as we don’t stay stuck in this place.”

Grażyna Lubińska talks to psychotherapist Mikołaj Czyż about how to fight for a relationship in trouble. Published in Wysokie Obcasy Extra, issue № 9 (30), November 2014.

Labyrinth more ›

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04.28.2015

Therapy doesn’t work when…

“I have an idea about how you need to grow as a person!”

Therapy (and life with someone else!) doesn’t work very well when we concentrate mainly on what the other person should change in themselves.

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03.28.2015

Beliefs that block the development of a relationship

Each couple has their own private set of beliefs, which hold problems in place and make changes for the better much more difficult.

The most common ones include:
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02.28.2015

The need for success

These are my photos of dragonflies/ Let’s conquer the world with them!

An intense focus on our partner’s achievements usually means it would be good to focus on our own.

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