1 134: Snooping, Secrets, and Rebuilding Trust - What to Do - with Neil Sattin - Neil Sattin.com

Is it ever a good idea to snoop? Do you suspect that your partner is keeping secrets from you? Or are you being “snooped upon” and wondering what to do about it? How do you rebuild trust? In today’s episode, we’re going to dive deep on the topic of snooping, and secrets, in your relationship. What do you do if you feel like snooping is the only way to get information about what’s going on with your partner? How do you rebuild openness and honesty in your relationship? I’ll answer all of those questions as we continue the conversation about how to promote “the truth” in your relationship.

And why would you want to promote the truth? Because it creates energy, and passion, and connection – even when the truth is complicated. The truth might not be easy, but it is better than what happens when you live in an atmosphere of lies in your relationship.

There have been a couple other episodes that have focused on this topic so far. If you want to get more information, you can listen to:

Episode 24: Why We Lie and How to Get Back to the Truth – with Ellyn Bader and Peter Pearson

Episode 107: A Little Honesty Goes a Long Way – with Neil Sattin

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Along with our amazing listener supporters (you know who you are – thank you!), this week’s episode is being sponsored by YogaGlo.

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