It’s Not You, It’s Me…wait…no, it’s our dynamic. Traditionally, relationships use the blame shifting tactic of saying to the person we want to break up with, “It’s not you, it’s me.” But every relationship has a dynamic that is created between the two people. Sometimes the challenges that pop up in a relationship aren’t about one or both people, but how you relate to each other. In this episode we have on guest Michelle Pomeroy from Diagonal House. Michelle is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist out of Sandy, Utah. Her insights can help you to ask questions of current or past relationships that will help you to learn. Growing in your ability to recognize how you contribute to a relationship will help all future relationships be more meaningful.