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Relationship Advice

Relationship Limbo: Should you hope for the best or fear for the worst? — Susan Winter

One of the most excruciating transits in a romantic relationship is the time period between hoping for the best, while fearing the worst is about to happen. Sometimes the need to believe in the positive can work against us— keeping us locked in a spiral of non-movement and agony. Here’s how to know when there’s still hope and when you should face your losses with dignity and move forward.

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As seen on OPRAH, bestselling author/relationship expert Susan Winter (Allowing Magnificence and Older Women/Younger Men) writes, speaks and coaches on evolutionary forms of loving partnership and higher thinking. Media credits include: THE OPRAH SHOW, THE TODAY SHOW, GOOD MORNING AMERICA, ABC/CBS/NBC EVENING NEWS, CNN, BBC, COSMO, HARPERS BAZAAR, PEOPLE, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, NEW YORK MAGAZINE, THE LONDON TIMES, and THE NEW YORK TIMES. In radio, Susan is a frequent guest on NPR, ABC, PLAYBOY RADIO (Sirius), and CBS NEWS RADIO. She’s also a contributing writer for THE HUFFINGTON POST, and THE GOOD MEN PROJECT. www.susanwinter.net

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