Are you currently facing the dilemma of being the only one raising the kids at home, with your partner spending almost all of his time at work? Have you been feeling exhausted and unworthy recently, questioning why you’re always the one left to attend to chores at home?
Entering a relationship is a big step on one’s journey in life, and it’s no way easy, more so if you’re in a high-achieving family. With unsolved conflict and drama, things might get out of hand, resulting in the worst possible outcome – divorce and broken vows.
But no one wants to have their family and relationship go down that road; we all know that. So join us today as we dive into the reasons why some couples seem to have unshakable and unbreakable togetherness while others are at the edge of breaking up. Tune in and learn how you can enjoy more intimacy with your partner while being more of who you are.
Uwe Dockhorn is the CEO at Liberating Lifestyles, and the founder of The AIM-Experience™: a 3-step transformational experience for in-demand professionals and their spouses or life partners. Uwe believes in cultivating the internal certainty and clarity that improve your outcomes financially in business, and emotionally in relationships. What motivates him daily is to see that working out with his clients in delivering more than 17,000 live sessions on The AIM-Experience™ worldwide in the last 15 years.
In this episode, Uwe shares how he differentiates himself from the typical market of family and relationship counselors as he shares how he helps couples of high-achieving people achieve two-getherness without compromise or guilt.
Why you need to check out this episode:
“Transformation requires more than letting go of the status quo. Without the other half of the equation, letting go just leaves you in free fall. Feel, perceive, and let in what is already there. Letting go and letting in – it's a two-part mechanism, and they are only complete as a pair.”
– Uwe Dockhorn
01:33 – Uwe’s ideal client: In-demand professionals and their spouses or life partners, both who are ambitious and dedicated but are feeling a gap in their relationship
03:10 – The problem/s that Uwe helps solve: The struggle with the relationship, with too much hustling and less and less time spent together at home – something that when left to linger could even result to divorce
05:54 – Common mistakes and/or symptoms: Feeling frustrated, stuck, exhausted, not being good enough, and easily annoyed. Self-help techniques are not the right way, but it’s a way of coping
09:55 – Valuable Action: E=T-F where E is energy, T is trust, and F is fear. Every time you feel you are closer to fear, you lose energy, and every time you decide to trust, you gain energy.
14:35 – Valuable Free Resource: Go to quiz.uwedockhorn.com and take the free quiz to find out what’s your number one hidden stress relief blocker in your relationship
15:34 – Q: What differentiates you from family counseling and similar solutions for couples? A: I coach both partners at the same time, but separately, so they can regain the independence within their relationship and start to level up to each other
18:09 – Uwe’s “Personal Liberation”: Transformation requires more than letting go of the status quo. Without the other half of the equation, letting go just leaves you in free fall. Feel, perceive, and let in what is already there. Letting go and letting in – it's a two-part mechanism, and they are only complete as a pair.
“New findings show that the core of burnout is in self-created beliefs and patterns, and therefore, you risk losing your vitality, your business, but most importantly, losing the relationship you care about.” – Uwe Dockhorn
“The problem mostly happens in any kind of relationship is that there's always one part that’s more dependent on the other. And so, how to deal with that is you have to deal with your own independence first. You cannot jump from dependence land – as I always call it – into interdependence land, which is the ideal stage for any relationship. And so, you have to deal with your independence first.” – Uwe Dockhorn
“Every time you feel you are closer to fear, you lose energy, and every time you decide to trust, you gain energy.” – Uwe Dockhorn
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