Is your relationship forcing you to change your habits?

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On this episode, Raul and Vivian answer the question, what do you do if you want to change and improve, and your partner doesn’t?


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his is an issue that Raul and Vivian had to deal with in their relationship when Raul started his personal development journey. At first, Vivian was content to just watch him, but eventually, he set an example for her to follow, and she began to take a deeper interest in personal development in her own way. Does this advice scale, or did it only work for Raul and Vivian? The only way to know for sure is to watch this show.

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