How to Have Your Own Radiant Relationship.
(PRWEB) July 30, 2005
Singles are being bombarded with unrealistic, unhealthy examples made by celebrities whose relationships are plastered all over the pages of gossip columns and tabloid magazines, claims Relationship Expert, Carol Godham.
ÂCelebrities set standards because people admire and look up to them,Â explains Carol, author of the upcoming book, "How to Have Your Own Radiant Relationship."
"So when they act like victims or don't look after their own best interests long term, subconsciously millions of people can think this is acceptable behavior,Â she adds.
When Brad Pitt started a new relationship with Angelina Jolie straight after his break up with wife Jennifer Aniston, it would seem that he hasn't had the opportunity to resolve any of the emotional issues that his marriage may have created.
ÂThis is a crucial step after any break up and may be detrimental to his new relationship as the same patterns will replay themselves until resolved," says Carol.
It has been reported that Angelina has now moved in with Brad with her two adopted children Maddox and Zahara.
Many celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez and Julia Roberts are portrayed in the media as serial monogamists jumping from partner to partner because their goal seems to be having a relationship, not necessarily the quality of the relationship.
ÂIt's important to enter into and maintain relationships as a whole individual who doesn't need to be sustained by the relationship," explains Carol, who is running a 6 week Teleseminar series for singles, called Creating Radiant Relationships (see http://www.radiantrelationships.com). "If a break up occurs with a person who is relying on a relationship, they will find themselves feeling a deep sense of loss, even if the relationship was a bad one. The key is learning how to satisfy your own needs.Â
A saving grace recently for celebrities is Sienna Miller, who refused to play the role of victim by continuing her engagement when she found out fiancÃ©e Jude Law was cheating. A standard that wasn't set by other celebrities such Victoria Beckham and Hilary Clinton who both decided to stay with their cheating husbands.
ÂWhether these decisions were based on love or self interest remains a mystery, however honestly and integrity are the key to a successful relationship, this includes the ability to be honest with yourself. Many people opt for bad relationships instead of being single, however this will only cause more relationship problems and unhappiness," says Carol who has free lessons for singles at http://www.radiantrelationships.com.