Sex, Love & Elephants with Dr. Cheryl
Love Stinks! Why? Because Great Relationships Need More Than Love
Why are relationships so hard? Today, I’m pressing pause on my Summer of Love couples Q&A series for a little bit of reflection. I’m talking about why we struggle so much with the thing we longed for AND why that struggle doesn’t make us a bad person.
Do YOU have a question about Sex, Love, and Relationships you would like me to answer on the podcast during my Summer of Love series? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Podcast Question.” Give me a little background about your relationship, ask your question, and tell me if I can use your name or if you’d like to remain anonymous. :)
Are you ready to reconnect with your honey? To create love and passion that last a lifetime? Join the Become Passion waitlist and hear more about the program! This twelve-week immersion couples program with me, Dr. Cheryl, starts November 4.
Want to know more? Check out the Become Passion testimonials for reviews from actual couples that I’ve helped through this profound program.
In This Episode, You Will Learn:
- We all are with the wrong person if we expect them to make us happy all the time (04:07)
- In my Become Passion program, you’ll learn to how to fall back in love with the one you're already with (07:41)
- Having a great relationship isn’t easy—it takes real, hard work (10:24)
- We’ve all got baggage, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing (21:26)
- Love Stinks and it's not your fault (24:03)
- This week’s LoveByte (28:06)
How can I make my relationship easier? I love my partner, but connecting is so much work! Great relationships take hard work, they don’t just happen. Learning how to have a real connection with your sweetheart takes practice and accountability. Check out my Become Passion- Create Love That Lasts a Lifetime course to learn what it takes to build a lasting, exceptional relationship.
Want to learn more about Buddhism and Love relationships? Check out my book Buddha’s Bedroom
Got a question or topic you’d like me to cover in an upcoming episode? Email me at email@example.com