What is the Relationship Revolution?
With divorce rates at 49% (and that’s not including how many breakups happen in a year), obviously something is wrong with our system when it comes connecting in a more authentic and real way with the love of our lives. Instead of fully connecting with our partners, we shuffle through our day with halfhearted connections, collecting “friends” online and not really establishing that deep connection we yearn for.
Popular and mainstream relationship advice (tips and tricks to increase our sex life, manipulate your partner into “loving” you, and so forth) clearly hasn’t helped our situation. Instead, it merely breeds an anxiety-based culture of scarcity and lack. We feel that we need to force ourselves into being someone or something other than what we already are in order to earn love.
This doesn’t help people like you and me find the love that we truly want. Instead, it just helps to amplify the feelings of loneliness and isolation in our society.
And it’s time that the anxiety-based culture of “love” must come to an end.
It is our goal to start a revolution and share a message of love and acceptance with the world. Instead of forcing yourself to be something other than what you already are, we believe that you already have everything you need to be loved.
The Relationship Revolution is a series of interviews with bold and daring people who are willing to take a stand against the culture of anxiety-based love advice. We want to create a space where like-minded people can come together to share a new and refreshing view on love.
Join the Relationship Revolution, now accepting recruits. Contact us at info [at] the path to passion [dot] com.
*Strength in Numbers: Help spread the word to eradicate anxiety-based relationship advice that does not get to the roots of relationship strife*
Revolutionary Spotlight Interview:
Chris and Laura are the two owners of a brand spanking new relationship advice blog called Two INFP’s.
Whoa! What is an INFP?
Well, the short version is, it’s a personality type on the Myers-Briggs whatchamacallit (you know… that personality test your high school guidance counselor probably made you take).
Anyway, I could probably tell you more about the characteristics of an INFP, but why ruin the surprise?
It’s refreshing to some other people out there with a fresh and positive outlook on relationships that’s not centered on anxiety-based advice. Anyway, I’m really excited to introduce you to the Two INFP’s…
Previous Relationship Revolutionaries:
Dan & Audrey: Uncornered Market
Audrey and Dan from Uncornered Market don’t live the conventional life of most married American couples. In fact, Audrey and Dan have been to over 65 countries together, have been on the road for 1,820+ days, living out of a backpack, riding on a bus filled with chickens, rappelling down waterfalls, trekking and their marriage is still going strong!
Cara Stein: 1700 Days
Cara Stein knows her shit and is the author of Less Hassle, More Harmony Relationship Workshop. Cara has radically changed the way people deal with the calamities of their relationship. Cara writes for 17000 Days, a personal development blog that helps people create and cultivate the kind of life they want (goodbye soul-sucking careers!).
Ev’yan Nasman: Sex, Love, Liberation
Ev’Yan masterfully writes about personal development through exploring your own sexuality, discovering the true meaning behind love, and liberating your self from the shackles you’ve placed upon your own heart. Her writing powerfully awakens your senses and throws you into the arms of love and self discovery.