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Bex Burton – We are on the same side
9th May 2018 • Speaking of Partnership: Personal Stories of the Power and Payoffs of Partnership • Ken Bechtel
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Bex Burton is a Certified DreamBuilder and Love Coach. She supports smart, successful, single women in becoming radiant and magnetic to LOVE, so they can attract lasting, loving, soulmate relationships with amazing men.

After failing painfully at love for well over a decade, Bex set out to “get to the bottom” of what wasn’t working. Along the way, she discovered her own personal Majesty, “accidentally” wrote her own true love story, brought it to life through hula hoop performance art, and attracted an extraordinary man, who is now her husband.

Guiding Principle, Quote or Mantra

We’re a team, we’re on the same side, and nobody is at fault.

When You Tripped Up

One thing that Bex tripped up on consistently for 10+ years was when she was dating quality men, she would have a “dumpster fire fight” and end everything and walk away. She would always put the blame on her partner. Years later she would realize that she was only looking to blame the other person and take none of it herself.

That “Duh” Moment

Bex goes back to that trip up moment where she would exit out of relationships so unskilfully when the person was a great person. Bex would finally wake up from that and realize that it was her and not him. She began to look back on all of her relationships with quality men and it occurred to her that she was the common denominator.

Find out the rest of her story and how she turned things around, by listening to her interview.

Proudest Moment in Partnership

Bex is a strong believer that you can’t get rid of your past or your childhood programming. She does believe that you develop your skills, that you learn from your experiences, and grow overtime so that you partner with others better and better. What she has noticed in herself, her husband, friends, and clients, is that there are those fear centres within. Even in her current relationship with her husband, she has felt herself shapeshifting and exiling the greatest parts of herself. She would soon clue in and realize this is what happens when you’re in a relationship. What she’s so proud of is now being able to work with these relationship situations and having the tools available to know what to do.

Best Partnership Advice You Have Ever Received

Learn how to communicate.


Hold yourself accountable.

Best Partnership Resource

If the Buddha Dated - Charlotte Kasl

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