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007: AWAKE! Podcast – Building a Strong Relationship

In this episode of the show, I discuss the most important relationship you have–that with yourself.

I talk about how our relationships with our loved ones and friends are really constructed and how we can transform any relationship in an instant by changing our thoughts about the relationship.


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Hi, I'm Steve Rice and my goal is to transform simple philosophical truths into practical fuel to revolutionize your life. It's not about self-help, it's about self-reliance. I show you how. Connect with me on Facebook or follow me on Twitter and let me know how I can help you.

  • I just can’t understand why do most a lot of people need to build a strong relationship. You know what I think that I did building strong relationship but I end up crying. By the way thanks for sharing the podcast I can relate in it.

    • Steve

      I am so sorry for the pain you’ve gone through with relationships, Tracyann. That is a challenge. It’s tough when we do everything that you know to do and things still don’t work out. Glad the podcast was one you could relate to.

      • Hi Steve! it’s been a while since I have commented in your blog. Don’t be sorry about my relationship because I know that God has purposes to us that is why he did it to me. Maybe you are right that it can also be a part of our challenges. Thanks to your Podcast I can still believe and hope that one day I could also find someone better for me.

        • Steve

          No worries! So glad you took time to swing back by the blog! You are right. God has a purpose for you! I’m glad the podcast is inspiring to you. You will find the right one for sure! Hang in there.

  • great topic
    i always believed that the way we perceive things can change everything
    good choice Steve

    • Steve

      Thanks, Farouk. Appreciate you checking out the podcast.

  • Same thing happened to me like Tracy ended up crying, but it helped me a lot to learn and grow from that experience. I promised to myself that everything should be in balance right now so that I can build a strong relationship with others.

    • Steve

      Hi, Jon. Thanks for stopping by. Sorry that you went through a tough time. I have been there too! You are on the right track, though. It is about growing from that experience!

  • Logan

    Thank you for your valuable comment. It is really great to see that you agree with the tips and also find its’ importance in building a relationship 🙂

  • Monica@Jovani

    Thanks for this great views, it really helps me a lot to know that there is still hope abound me. Thanks for being such a positive influence to all your readers.

  • Monica@Sherri Hill Dresses

    I remembered this quote “You cannot give what you do not have” so we really have to love our-self first to be able to build a strong and harmonious relations with other people around us.

    • U are right, Monica. When you realize that you are enough and that you don’t need the other person to be (or become) anything more than what he/she is for you, then you set yourself ahead in relationship!