Conversations That Matter: Surrendering to love

Love is the key to our very survival as individuals.

Is the answer to a successful relationship in your ability to surrender to love? If it is, wow, that requires a lot of trust. Obviously we’re willing to try because we are driven to couple up, yet connecting is extremely difficult.

According to relationship guru Maya Kollman, “loving somebody, really loving somebody and surrendering to loves forces us to face our deepest fears which are ‘they’ll leave me or they’ll die.’”

Kollman says that love – that connection – is the key to our very survival as individuals. She says we are really good at finding “the” partner who can fulfill us and help us actualize who we are.”

Living with those same people, however, isn’t easy. Kollman points out, “This is where a respectful and appropriate communication strategy is required” — a strategy she insists exists.

We invited Imago relationship specialist Kollman to join us for a Conversation That Matters about a deep, meaningful and loving communication model for couples.

Simon Fraser University’s Centre for Dialogue presents Conversations That Matter. Join veteran Broadcaster Stuart McNish each week for an important and engaging Conversation about the issues shaping our future.

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