How to avoid a power struggle in your relationship with advice from Soulmate Dance.

3 Ways to Stop a Power Struggle in Your Relationships

Susie and Otto Collins Marriage, Dating, and Relationship Building 1 Comment

How to avoid a power struggle in your relationship with advice from Soulmate Dance.Even Soulmates get caught up in the “I’m right~you’re wrong” cycle that is impossible to win! Nobody is immune to power struggles, including you and your partner. Because the two of you  are soulmates, the original issue that you’re butting heads over can become exaggerated and even more intense than it might otherwise be.

The key to de-fusing power struggles is recognize what’s happening and then take steps to stop the struggle as soon as you can. We tell you how in our new video 3 Ways to Stop a Power Struggle.

STOP the power struggle and START communicating with these Magic Relationship Words >>>Click Here<<<<

Susie and Otto Collins

Susie and Otto Collins are married soul mates and on a mission to share that passion and spark don’t have to die, whether you’ve been together for 5 months or 50 years. As certified Transformative coaches, authors, and speakers, they are passionate about making this world a more loving place by helping people understand how life and love really work.

Since 1999, they’ve been teaching practical, easy ways to find and keep passion strong and alive throughout the years, how to communicate with love, openness and compassion even when it’s tough, how to stay connected even when life throws challenges your way and how to leave with grace.

Together, they are the authors of Magic Relationship Words, Stop Talking On Eggshells, Should You Stay or Should You Go, No More Jealousy, Relationship Trust Turnaround and many other programs.

Otto has just released his book about healing his relationship with his father called Preaching to Monkeys which can be found on Amazon.

For a free audio for fathers, sons, and the people who love them, go to

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  1. When children act out in power struggles and revengeful behavior, they are most often feeling powerless and discouraged about a positive way to contribute and know that their actions count. Most parents’ goals are to raise a child who becomes a self-reliant adult, can make good decisions and has the confidence to be whatever he or she chooses. Your child will see the future that future more clearly if you allow him or her to practice at being powerful in useful and appropriate ways.

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