July 30


Authenticity is a Key Part of a Healthy Relationship

By Staff Writer

authenticity, relationships

While many of us believe that we truly are authentic, authenticity is not something that we can achieve and then check the block and move on. Authenticity is a process that continues throughout our lives as we delve into what is going on deep within our psyche.

Authenticity isn’t something that we do just for ourselves, although it can bring about a more satisfying life. It is an ingredient that is very important to bring to our relationships, too. Many times when couples have issues within their relationship they think they have a communication problem.  Often the real root of the problem is difficulty being authentic, both with themselves and each other.

Healthy and vital relationships are created by sharing internal experiences.  In order to share these experiences you must be aware.

Explore two of the most important ways you can bring more authenticity to yourself and your relationships with couples therapist John Amodeo, PhD, author of Dancing with Fire: A Mindful Way to Loving Relationships, on the latest edition of BrainSpeak Magazine found on the Apple iTunes store.

You may find John Amodeo, PhD, on his website at http://www.johnamodeo.com/

About the author

Our staff writers come from various backgrounds in the neuroscience, personal development, brain science and psychology fields. Many started out as with us as contributors!

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