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    04, 2016

    Why Vulnerability is Your Most Powerful Asset In Relationships

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    You've heard the word before, and depending on where and in what context you might have heard it, you might have made up some opinions about what it is, and what it isn't. We're talking, of course, about vulnerability. Especially for men, vulnerability is incredibly beneficial and at the same time, incredibly misunderstood. Due to broscience and mistaken definitions of manliness, a lot of men stop themselves from inculcating vulnerability in their day-to-day lives, and their relationships and friendships suffer as a result. So, what is vulnerability? read more »
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    01, 2016

    First Date Ideas

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    Here at Vital Partners, we are all about those first dates; the planning and preparation, the nerves and giggles, the sweat and jitters! It gets us all excited to know that there are people out there going on their first date together and potentially falling in love. But how do you step out of the norm (dinner date) and do something original or unpredictable? We’ve got just the list for you to show off your savvy ideas and great personality to go with it. Bowling: If you and your gal/guy are quite old school, take each other to bowling for read more »
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    01, 2016

    How to Overcome Jealousy

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    Some people say that when you’re jealous, it means that you care for the person, and whilst that is true, it can also make or break your relationship. Jealousy ultimately stems from feelings of vulnerability and insecurity. However, not all jealousy is bad; for example, healthy jealousy is when you feel envious of someone at work or school who is doing better than you. This entices you to do your best and overcome that feeling. Then there’s the type of jealousy that will break a relationship; it’s called crazy jealousy. As humans, we’re read more »
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    12, 2015

    So You've Had Your First Date...

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    Dating is complicated within itself, especially for anyone who hasn’t been in the game for a long time. Preparing for the date is just as important as knowing what you’ll do next. No matter what age you’re at, you’ll always get first date jitters because the concept of meeting a stranger for the first time will always be nerve wracking. If you’re a person who has not dated in a while, you may be emotionally guarded because of insecurities and vulnerability. The wall that you put up may push away a suitable man or woman, making it read more »
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    11, 2015

    Dating Etiquette

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    So you’ve scored yourself a date! It’s the night of and adrenaline is pumping, you can’t decide what to wear, you’re stuttering your words already and your nerves are through the roof. Vital Partners want to help you reach your end goal of finding your special someone, so we’ve compiled a list of do’s and don’t’s to help you through your first date. Punctuality Making an impression is so important on the first date so there’s nothing worse than rocking up late or not showing at all! Each minute that you are late, adds read more »
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    11, 2015

    Three Concrete Ways To Be A Better Romantic Partner

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    Relationships are like fragile, living organisms. If left unattended and unsupported, they will wither and die. The relationship cannot be healthy without effort from both parties. Here are three concrete ways to do your part and be a better romantic partner. 1. Appreciate your partner's good qualities. Truly knowing why you love your significant other is vital. Remind yourself of their best qualities, and show your appreciation to your partner -- verbal expression of feelings is good for both of you. It can be easy to get caught up in petty read more »
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    10, 2015

    Ways to Initiate Sex When You’re Feeling Shy

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    There are many reasons why both men and women may learn to stop speaking up for their sexual desires and needs. This can create a certain amount of confusion in an intimate relationship. Our partners may not know how to interpret our silence. Are we not interested, not as attracted as we once were? Sometimes partners will wait for the other to initiate sex because this makes them feel more desirable. Sometimes we just can’t find the words – or muster up the courage – to have the conversation. If you want to be intimate with someone and somehow read more »
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    10, 2015

    Planning Your Date

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    First impressions are often the longest-lasting, and getting off to a bad start can spell the end of a relationship before it even begins, so planning the date in advance will increase the chance of success and give you the confidence many women find attractive. You can begin planning your date now--even before you know who your date will be. If you've selected a professional matchmaking agency for singles you can let them do the worrying about finding your first prospect. Planning the Where Start by thinking about where the date will read more »
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    09, 2015

    The Five Love Languages

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    “How do we meet each other's deep emotional need to feel loved? If we can learn to do that and choose to do it, then the love that we share will be exciting beyond anything we ever felt when we were infatuated” - Dr. Gary Chapman, 'The 5 Love Languages' The languages of love refer to the way we communicate 'Love' to one another. The way we express and receive love differs between individuals as we all have unique memories and experiences. Falling in love with somebody can happen suddenly or over time, and we would tend to agree that normally read more »
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    08, 2015

    Girl’s Guide to Dealing with Difficult Mother-in-Law

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    A man’s mother will always have a special place in his heart, but his wife always takes the first chair. With that premise in mind, it’s easier to deal with the emotional stress that comes when dealing with difficult in-laws, especially vindictive and controlling mother-in-laws. For couples who are in a healthy marriage, a difficult in-law shouldn’t pose any real threat. The best way to deal with the situation is to establish clear and healthy boundaries from the very beginning. A man can get the ball rolling by communicating effectively with read more »
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