Couples counseling with DISC

DISC Theory, DISC Personality Types, Interpersonal Skills, Communication, Relationship Advice, Couples Counseling, Building Trust, Communication, DISC Theory,

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Most people enter a relationship thinking “this just might be the one.” In the very beginning, both people seem to be in-sync, but over time the combination of differing personalities and communication issues cause most couples to become out of sync. It’s this moment in which couples may turn to a counseling service, and understanding their different personalities is the first step in helping the love birds get back on track.

What’s love got to do with it?

In the world of DISC theory, people have three natural states of self-being:

  • The perceived self
  • The private self
  • The public self

How we act towards someone new isn’t always based on how we actually feel about them. Sometimes it’s about how we feel about ourselves in a new situation or environment. Entering into a new relationship, people act as they would under stress or on behalf of their “public self.” Some become extremely cautious and tentative or just the opposite, overly talkative. As the couple settles down, people switch to their “private self.” This is how a person acts when they are at home, or when they have taken off their “mask” and are in their most natural and comfortable state of being.

FIND OUT HOW TO AVOID WEARING ROSE COLORED GLASSES AND STRENGTHEN COMMUNICATION IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP. VISIT DISCINSIGHTS BY PEOPLE KEYS FOR THE FULL ARTICLE.

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