Peter Kane – Relationship Theorist and author The Monogamy Challenge

Relationships

Part 2 – How to Make Your Partner a Better Lover: Perfectionism and Goal Orientation

Next, I would like to explore perfectionism and how it can be an aspect of poor or non-existent lovemaking. People often associate perfectionism with working tirelessly to improve something or with obsessively agonizing over how to make something perfect. I […]

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Part 1 – How to Make Your Partner a Better Lover

I don’t know anyone who would publicly admit to asking me to write this, but I do know people who will appreciate it. There are many people who are frustrated with their partners’ lovemaking or lack of it. There are […]

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Why Do I Do This?

This is an intense time. It is an intense week, in an intense year, in an intense life. Now more than ever I think it is a good time to ask ourselves why do we do the things we do? […]

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Entitlement, Equality and Monogamy

I have said that we need my book as much after “Tiger” as we did after “Clinton and Lewinsky.” Truthfully, we have always needed it. My parents needed it. Fortunately for me, 🙂 talking about my book holds my interest […]

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Unavailable Men, Bad Boys, and Principles of Attraction

The power of the subconscious mind has always been a central topic in my work. How and why do we attract a certain result or kind of relationship? What are we most attracted to and why? And, how can we […]

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We Already Made It — Again

With recent events of economic stress and now in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, I am finding that it is once again an important time for us to address our fears. As a follow up to […]

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How to Attract a Monogamous Man

Is it true that men are less often monogamous than women? Why? And how do you attract a monogamous man or maintain a monogamous relationship? For now, lets skip over the issue that genetic or anthropological forces of non-monogamy may […]

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What Inspires Us to Be Monogamous?

Monogamy may be easy for some, but it is not easy for many. Many of us feel hurt when monogamy is challenging for our partner.  It is understandable that we can be devastated if our partner makes love with someone […]

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To Live

As small children we may have felt like we needed to please people in order to survive. As we grow we still are likely to need love and acceptance. Whether we are immersed in relationships, running away from them, or […]

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Creating Peace by Releasing Defense

This article was first published in Breathe. www.breathe-mag.co.uk. I share it with you now because it is timeless, and will serve as a good reiteration or expansion of what I share in my book about communication and embracing your partners differences. Attack […]

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