I’ve been a relationship coach for seven years. I do what I do for a living, I’d like to do what I do for a living, and I am passionate about what I do for a living. In my opinion, relationships are a two-way street, and it’s important to get that two-way street right.
Relationship coaching in my opinion is a two-way street, and its important to get that two-way street right. In my opinion, it should be a one-sided conversation. Both parties need to be on the same page, and it should be on their terms. If they don’t get on the same page, then its going to take a lot to get them on the same page.
One of the first things that I realized when I first started out was that I had absolutely no idea what relationships were. I thought, “Oh, this is just a bunch of people that get together and talk about their life,” which is what a lot of people think it is. While this is great, it’s not the full story. A relationship is a two-way street. The person has to get on the same page and be honest with each other.
That’s the beauty of relationships – they are a two-way road. The person has to start out with a little bit of an openness about their relationship and a lot of “I know you’re doing this because I’m doing this too.” Then the relationship becomes more of an “I know you’re doing this to make me feel better, and I don’t like that at all.
Relationship dialogue is a great way to build a relationship. But its not the only way. The way you say it can matter a ton. For example, if you start a relationship with someone who is not as honest as you are, it might seem like she’s trying to manipulate you into feeling better about yourself, but if you can show yourself to be open, honest, and vulnerable with her, you’ll prove that you are someone more in her eyes.
I hate that your boyfriend is such a pain in the ass. I know you can do better, but I mean seriously, for god sakes, give some more dialogue to that relationship. Youve got a bad habit of not saying the words that would help them.
I don’t know if it will ever work, but I think its a great idea to give more dialogue to someone you don’t know. I’d like to see her ask you “What is your name?” to which you should respond, “My name is Colt Vahn, and I’m a time-looper.
So far we’ve only seen Colt and his girlfriend, and they are pretty much polar opposites. He’s a bit of a dick for making her think she has to work as a waitress when he knows she’s actually a waitress, and she’s a bit of a bitch for not being supportive when she knows she’s being used.
The change is something I noticed when I played the game, and I think it could be really interesting. Its not something that I would do for every player and I know that some people may find that offensive, but I think that the dialogue, and it’s way more open than it was in the original, could really open the way for some truly interesting conversations.
For instance, when an important player is talking, it’s good to leave that player with a bit more room to breathe and get the conversation going. If we were to see that player getting the conversation going, there’s no reason to have a long ‘who’s on what team’ conversation. The dialogue itself could be a long ‘who’s on what team?’ with a bit of background explaining what they were talking about.