Most of us want to find a partner to share our lives with. When we finally fall in love and commit to a relationship that we believe will last us to old age, we have expectations that we will act together to realize our dreams. Inevitably though, every couple will experience relationship difficulties. Not only that all the relationships-relationship between parents and children, brother and sister, colleagues, boss and employees, friends sometimes get into turmoil. But why?

According to Canadian Psychological Society most common reasons for relationship crisis are not the financial or social ones, these are behavioral! So to maintain healthy relationships in personal and professional life we need to focus on our behavior. And one of the worst behavioral mistakes is calling people’s bad name. Never call people bad names as what you say will most often not be forgotten. And if so it will create a relationship crisis.

You should not call people bad names because it makes you look worse than it makes them look. It takes strength of character to rise above the behaviors of others and respond in a way that will reflect well upon you. Also, you will reflect later on your actions and will probably not feel good about yourself for having said mean things to someone.

Calling people bad name is such a bad manner that not only creates relationship crisis but also reflects one’s weakness. In professional life rush of blood and resentment can make a permanent damage to your career. People call people bad names either because they're mad at themselves or they're jealous. These people either have mental problems or they are bullies, but mostly people that call bad names are bullies.

Let’s make an effort to get rid of this worst behavioral misdeed as well as to focus on creating healthy relationships even with strangers.

Author's Bio: 

Cathrine Margit Moller was born and raised in Denmark
She began her career in radio and television, and worked in that capacity until moving to Canada in 1998.

For the past twenty-six years, she has pursued a career in the healing arts at the same time, focusing on alternative health care and healing. By training under some of the leading wellness experts in the world, Cathrine keeps escalating her quest toward personal excellence, so she can offer you the best of the healing arts. This has included studies in Denmark, the U.S., Canada, and England, studying under leading experts in alternative medicine.

Her background in hypnotherapy is extensive. In 1999, she was certified Hypnotist by the 'National Guild of Hypnotists' and certified Master Hypnotist at the 'Ontario Hypnosis Centre' in 2000. Her work in hypnosis and hypnotherapy is diverse, and includes clinical use of hypnosis designed to empower her clients in areas ranging from the stresses and problems of their everyday lives, to past life regressions, and Self-Hypnosis training. She has also been certified as a hypnocoach by Dr. Lisa Halpin.
Her expertise also includes Somatic Healing, Reconnective Healing, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), NGH, and Reiki, all of which offer powerful but simple solutions to a range of physical and emotional issues. She also offers NLP, which offers additional access to identifying self-limiting behaviors. These techniques are discussed at more length elsewhere on this site.

Her Personal Mission Statement
Cathrine sees people as incredible beings of infinite potential, whom she can empower and guide toward fulfilling on their goals and their dreams. As an Intuitive, Cathrine knows the Universe and trusts it to steer her in the right direction. Her goal is to help people, and enable them to find their full potential, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Her greatest joy is in seeing a person evolve into all they can become, on every level.

She looks for the miracles in everyday life, and uses them to connect strongly to the forces that enable her to tap into the forces that have shaped a person’s life. As an intuitive, she uses her abilities to uncover the old and unproductive patterns that keep people “stuck,” working with them to purge the unproductive patterns that entrap them.

Cathrine’s own life has had personal challenges that have informed and transformed her, the most significant being when she was diagnosed with apparent MS. Rather than regarding this as a limitation, she has embraced it and used for personal transformation. Working with it in her personal practice, she has not only brought herself back to good health, but has used it to inform and illuminate her life’s path