John Taylor

Author Since March 2015

John has been a respected relationship therapist for over 15 years, specializing in helping couples at their breaking point find deep connection again. Based on beautiful Vancouver Island, Canada, he helps couples around the world master the arts of connecting, communication, and building love. He gets couples the skills and tools they need to become experts at creating a deep, passionate, mutually satisfying relationship.

He practices good relationship skills in his own life and is happily, enjoying his second decade of marriage with his wife, 3 children, and Labrador Hikari (“sunshine”).

You can read John’s relationship advice on his blog at: http://izumitherapy.com/Nanaimo-Counsellor-Blog. Information on therapy programs, including intensive couples counseling retreats can be found on his website at www.izumitherapy.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/IzumiTherapy

6 Articles by John Taylor

Why You Should Forget About Fighting Fairly in Your Relationship and Embrace Conflict Instead

Why You Should Forget About Fighting Fairly in Your Relationship and Embrace Conflict Instead

You may have heard of the rules of fair fighting: No name calling, no blaming, no swearing, take time outs when needed, no ultimatums. Focusing on…

How Pausing Before Speaking Could Save Your Relationship

How Pausing Before Speaking Could Save Your Relationship

Do you have a New Year’s resolution to get along better with your partner—to put a cap on anger or communicate better? Tips for pausing in relationships:

How Focusing on You and Your Partner’s Compatibility Could Be Ruining Your Relationship!

How Focusing on You and Your Partner’s Compatibility Could Be Ruining Your Relationship!

How do you know you and your partner are compatible? What does this mean? Compatibility really means…

How to Regain Control of Your Thoughts, Feelings, & Life After Love Betrayal

How to Regain Control of Your Thoughts, Feelings, & Life After Love Betrayal

This article focuses on a relationship the offending partner has taken responsibility for betrayal and the goal is to stay together.

How to Avoid Trying to Fix Your Partner’s Issues and Listen With Empathy

How to Avoid Trying to Fix Your Partner’s Issues and Listen With Empathy

One of the most important functions of an intimate relationship is to provide safe harbour from life’s storms; this happens only if empathy is present.

Forget Date Nights, Save Your Relationship By Doing This Instead!

Forget Date Nights, Save Your Relationship By Doing This Instead!

What helps when your relationship is on the rocks? Would you believe “talking about the weather”? A common fix is to…