– We’re bringing you the headlines that affect you and your health and we wanted to have an expert weigh in, so we went straight to the man with the answers, please welcome our very special guest today, Dr. Phil! (audience cheers, clapping) Welcome, sir! – Hello! – Good to have you as always. – Alright! (audience cheers) – So glad to have you because this first topic is right up your alley. We know that therapy is a useful tool for those struggling with relationship issues, but people now in newly formed relationships, they’re scheduling appointments very early on with therapists, and the question of course is, how early is too early? (chuckles) Apparently, people within the first month or so of their relationship, they’re going for preventative counseling! Is there a time when… you know, maybe it’s too soon? Or is this a good thing? – Oh yeah, yeah.
Geoffrey here. If you’re currently in the process of trying to rebuild your relationship and trying to win your partner back, for example, you will heard of this concept of bettering yourself, that a lot of coaches talk about, well, in this video, I’m going to show you what it actually means to better yourself in a way that matters in a way that will impact her emotions in a deep level. So that she’ll voluntarily want to come back to you when a work on the relationship or whatever outcome it is that you looking for in your relationship, and be sure to still do the end, because this is something that people often misinterpret and get wrong. And because they get it wrong, you know, they can spend all this time trying to better themselves and convince their partner. They’re trying to better themselves, but nothing actually works.