Bringing out the potential

Last edited: September 03, 2017 at 15:30:43

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The number one rule in (most) relationship counselling is that you cannot change your partner. Yes, you can agree to change minor things such as being home in time for dinner or calling when you’re late, but in essence people’s personalities are like a giant internal rock formation that you as a partner can hardly get to, let alone change. Cracks may appear in the rock formation in the case of a giant emotional shock but your gentle manoeuvring is at most like a small stream of water polishing the stone, you won’t live long enough to make a change.

That having said, the case for Thai women is a bit different from the case for Western women, and most relationship counselling originates from a Western perspective.


  • how Western-style relationship counselling does not 100% apply to the Thai situation
  • how to bring out the potential in your Thai partner


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