Pam Evans Relationship Strategist

I Was That Fool Who Rushed In: Breaking the Serial Relationship Habit

I Was That Fool Who Rushed In: Breaking the Serial Relationship Habit

By taking time to reflect on and learn from past relationships, we can overcome the habit of moving quickly from one partner to the next, entering relationships from a position of personal power rather than to fulfill a need.

How to Make Cents out of Money Disagreements in Your Relationship

As we all know, money is a primary source of discord in many relationships. Conflicts often arise about how to spend our money, as well as how much money we should save. This article discusses common reasons why couples find themselves in the midst of arguments about matters of the wallet. 

UpJourney Article: How to Figure out What You Want in a Relationship, According to Experts

UpJourney Article: How to Figure out What You Want in a Relationship, According to Experts

Before you jump into another relationship, you must first ask yourself “what am I really looking for in a partner?“ This UpJourney article offers some exceptional expert advice and insights.

The Five Languages of Love

The Five Languages of Love

Just as people around the globe speak different languages, we also speak most fluently in the five different languages of love. When we communicate in a language in which our significant other is fluent, however, we strengthen the connection with our partner. 

Gratitude Builds Strong Relationships

Gratitude Builds Strong Relationships

One of the primary complaints of many partners in romantic relationships is, “I don’t feel appreciated!” This blog talks about the importance of expressing gratitude toward your partner and how appreciation brings a couple closer.

Unhealthy Relationship Drivers

Unhealthy Relationship Drivers

There are many valid, beneficial reasons to enter into relationships and then there are numerous unhealthy intentions for seeking out a romantic partner.

The Peacemaker Personality #9

The Peacemaker Personality #9

As the name suggests, one of the core traits of those possessing the Peacemaker temperament is the desire for harmony. People with this personality will go to the ends of the earth to avoid conflict.

Asserter Personality – Type 8 on the Enneagram

Asserter Personality – Type 8 on the Enneagram

The most independent of all the personality types, Asserters may be viewed by others as the toughest with whom to get along. Read this month's blog to find out more about this unique temperament.

The Adventurer Personality Type 7

The Adventurer Personality Type 7

Extroverted, spontaneous, spirited and playful, Adventurers or Enthusiasts possess an optimistic, versatile approach to life. With a basic desire to be satisfied, people with this temperament fear being deprived. Discover more about this personality type and the part it plays in a relationship.

The Questioner Personality – Type 6

The Questioner Personality – Type 6

Have you ever met anyone who was exceptionally hard-working, reliable, and committed, yet was haunted by self-doubt and possessed a deeply rooted need for support and security?

If you or your partner possess the fundamental traits listed above, you are categorized as a Questioner, a.k.a. a Loyalist.

The Individualist Personality Type

The Individualist Personality Type

Those possessing the Individualist personality type are acutely self-aware. Sensitive and emotionally honest, these people are incredibly creative and inspired. Their deepest fear is that they have no personal significance.

 

The Achiever Personality Type

The Achiever Personality Type

Are you an Achiever or are you partnered with one? If you or your partner fit into the category of "Achiever", watch for overly ambitious tendencies that can adversely affect what could otherwise be a healthy relationship.

The Perfectionist Personality Type

The Perfectionist Personality Type

The Perfectionist is one of the nine personality types. Also called the Reformer, Perfectionists are rational and principled, as well as purposeful and self-controlled, often to the point of being overly critical of themselves and others. Learn more about this personality type and their impact in a relationship.

Understanding Basic Personality Traits

Understanding Basic Personality Traits

Having a familiarity with ourselves, which includes understanding our personality traits as well as our strengths and weaknesses, helps guide us in our relationship choices.