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Happy Relationships Matter, Issue #60 -- It's Here! No more Waiting!
June 27, 2014
Welcome To The Latest Issue Of Relationships Matter!
Summer Is Here
Welcome to the June issue of Happy Relationships Matter! In this issue, you will read about some very powerful tips for improving your life and enjoying the summer.
Get tips on: -- how to save a relationship -- overcome loneliness, anxiety and depression, -- and how to tap into the awe-inspiring power of your mind to achieve greater success.
In the last issue, we talked about how you can reform a cloudy and depressing day by turning it into a wonderful, upbeat day through the use of reframing. In this issue you'll find additional powerful CBT tips on how to find the silver lining in any cloud.
And I'll introduce my new e-Book, Relationship Gold, and show you hoe you can pick up your very own copy.
Thank you so much for reading our electronic newsletter.
If you are in need of counseling and therapy, and you live in central Kentucky, please go to my website to learn more about my services. You may also sign up for Life Coaching services, if you prefer.
Our office is located in the Hamburg area of Lexington, Kentucky, and is very easy to get to. It is located near I-75 and I-64, and is close to all parts of the city.
We are accepting only a very few new clients for individual, couple or family sessions, and it takes three to four weeks to get on the schedule. We accept most types of insurance along with credit cards. The office number is 859-264-1175. Here is this month's feature article . . .
Are You Lonely?
Please note: This article is being reprinted from a previous issue, by request.
Many people feel lonely at this time of year. There's so much to be done and so little time, and seeing people at parties isn't always very gratifying. But those who suffer from Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) may feel more lonely than most.
My clients with ADHD often tell me they feel lonely, and they don't have many friends. They may have trouble finding new friends or connecting with people. They feel no one understands them or knows how they feel.
Another problem for ADHDers is they are notoriously hard to live with . . . and they have poor social skills. When you have trouble listening to others or paying attention to their needs, or you fail to take time to nourish your relationships, you will tend to be lonely. Let's face it.
What can you do about it?
One, call a friend or colleague up and offer to go out for coffee. Buy them a drink and try your very best to do a good job of listening to your friend and just enjoy hanging out with him/her. Keep the focus on your firend.
Two, make a concerted effort to give more time and attention to your relationships, in general. Nurture your friendships. Cultivate meaningful relationships. Make it easier for people to be around you. Improve your appraoch so more people want to spend time wtih you.
Three, brush up on your pro-social skills. Learn HOW to form friendships.
You can get good tips on how to make friends at the world's greatest ADHD magazine, ADDitudeMag.com.
In summary, focus on being a better friend, colleague and loved one by putting a priority on your relationships. Go out and start changing your relationships right now! You will be less lonely and more involved with others in a short time.
Ignoring Your FamilyPartner or Spouse? Haven't had sex in ages? This brief article reveals a few simple but effective tips for revamping your love life. Make Time For more fun with your beloved now!
Couples should . . .
How To Restore Romance:
4. Read picture books together and be kids again . . .
5. Set aside . . .
Whatever you do, spend more time with the one you love and you'll make more memories, grow closer together and watch your friendship fuel the flames of romance.
Don't deny yourselves any longer. If mom and dad are happier and more satisfied, even the kids will benefit in the end.
So Long Until Next Time
Well, that's it for now, folks. Stay tuned for the next issue!
Check out our exciting new developments and services. This eZine will start coming out on a weekly basis, and it will offer you savings and bonuses, so don't miss out. Have a great summer, and thanks for reading my relationship eZine! Let me know how I can help you with your relationships or other concerns.
Richard E. Hamon, LMFT Licensed Therapist Certified Coach Board Certified Supervisor
P.S. It's been a pleasure having you as a newsletter reader. Please let me know if you have any ideas or suggestions for future issues!!! Or if you need help with anything.
Ezine ArticlesIn addition to writing articles for Happy Relationships.com, I write articles for EzineArticles.com, and they get the articles published on the internet. In the past few years, I have written over 100 articles on all kinds of mental health and self-improvement topics, such as depression and anxiety, loneliness, leadership and management, happiness, relationships, near death experiences, meditation, hypnosis, parenting strong, resilient kids, and interpreting your dreams, etc.
If you'd like to see some of my articles, feel free to run over to Ezinearticles.com, and look up my author's page.
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