I would like to post my comments to the recently published article by Soul Blazing Life Coach Lisa Haisha. As a Soul Blazing Life Coach myself, I have the same experience with couples, not just here in Los Angeles, but across the United States and other countries.
My comments on: “Is It Time To Change Our Views Of Adultery and Marriage?”
It takes a very open-hearted person to even start to listen to the words of this article as they read them. My experience has been that friendships outside of marriage and relationships often suffer once a couple is married. That in of itself is detrimental to the couple’s communication. Resentment and regrets often set in. Most of my friends “disappeared” once they were married. I have a female friend who’s best friend was told by his fiancée to stop communication with her or else she wasn’t going to marry him. If that’s not unhealthy communication, I don’t know what is.
I believe that it is important for people to be happy and that may extend to having further relationships and include platonic friendships. Maybe your significant other can’t give you the intellectual stimulation you need, or perhaps you and a best friend are sports fanatics and share that common interest unlike your significant other. No matter the subject matter, if needs are not met or allowed to be met, the relationship will suffer and the person will seek to be fulfilled outside of their primary relationship.
Give each other space to grow and change, and enjoy and celebrate that change together!
If you and your significant other would like to work together to improve your communication and you both think that maybe it’s time to change your views of adultery and marriage, please contact me today to set up your Soul Blazing by Lisa Haisha session. Expect Miracles and you will notice a vast improvement in your life and happiness, and that of your partner!