The Relationship Center Blog, written by relationship expert, Kim Olver, covers topics as it relates to relationships with the important people in your life and the most important one of all.. the one with yourself.

Self-Sabotage & You

I have been a coach for a group of high-significance people who are writing books, and almost each person experienced self-sabotage at some point along the way. The self-sabotage comes from stories we tell ourselves that are based on messages given to us from others...

Stress & Health

Did you know, if you don’t like the emotions you are experiencing or your current state of health, you can indirectly affect change by changing your actions and thoughts? I am not a physician or a psychiatrist; my degree is in counseling. However, it doesn’t take a...

Finding Balance in Relationships

One of man's biggest internal struggles is the conflicting needs of independence and connection. They seem to be mutually exclusive. How can you have independence and be connected at the same time? This struggle rages within individuals daily. Multiply that struggle...

Significance and Self-Care

Our need for Significance is the focus this week in my series on self-care in anticipation of the publishing of my forthcoming book, Choosing Me Now . You will find the blog Safety & Security and Self-Care. Self-care is more than just taking care of our physical...

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