A Message from Becca


I’m Rebecca Jorgensen.

Welcome to our world-wide emotional health and living-in-love community.



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If you signed up for my newsletter, keep your eye on your in-box. I’m going to be sending you tips, tricks and formulas to help you communicate, get emotionally healthy and increase your satisfaction and joy.

This is all about having warm, loving relationships and getting rid of those nagging relationship insecurities for good.

You can email me for more information at becca@livinginlove.us until we get the link on the programs tab.

Have a healthy, loving day!

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  4 comments for “A Message from Becca

  1. Deb Grossi
    April 19, 2012 at 6:05 am

    Good morning Rebecca,
    I felt filled with the abundance of the universe this morning and filled with gratitude because I read the EXACT words I needed to hear at this very moment, on your Living in Love site. Thank you for the words of wisdom you so generously share.
    Deb Grossi

  2. August 4, 2010 at 11:24 am

    Dear Rebecca:

    Thank you for the wonderful, important work you are doing for couples and for humanity! Please continue the outstanding work. The world needs more folks like you in it!

    All the best,

    John Schinnerer, Ph.D.
    Founder Guide to Self

  3. Struggling D.
    May 27, 2010 at 6:33 am

    I need help! My husband and I are so far apart emotionally and sexually. He has done some things online with pornography on several different occasions only for me to find out. I’ve told him I knew and then he’ll lie to me then when I further the conversation then he’ll make remarks I didn’t hurt you . We have been to a our ecclesiastical leader/ Branch President and I have things turned around back to me and what I need to do better so it won’t keep happening, or that I’m a nagger. Then I feel like it’s my fault, by the way I look or maybe I do nag to much. I am so mad at this, I’ve become very distant, I don’t trust him. We’ve been married 42 years. I’d like to see it finally get fixed for good or get a divorce which I do not want. I’m 60 and he’s 62. I feel I have been living in lies pretty much of our marriage, but I didn’t see all this mess until the past 10-15 years and trying to fix it and at the same time being mad it happened at all. Diane

    • May 27, 2010 at 2:29 pm

      Hi Diane –
      This is really a hard. I feel so much for you and what a difficult place this is.

      You’re describing a very common pattern couples get caught in. On one hand you want so much to the emotional and sexual closeness, to be loved and to be loving. On the other hand, it’s so scary to be close. You wonder if maybe you don’t deserve love, maybe there’s something about you or your behavior that feeds into the distance and into his behavior. But also, you are very hurt by his behavior because you want (of course) the closeness and love so much.

      It’s very hard to be close and draw your partner close when you’re mad and at the same time you’re not sure you can trust he really wants you. That fear, sounds like it turns to anger and nagging. Like you’re saying, “See I’m hurting, I need you close.” But he hears something different, something you don’t intend.

      Read this article and let me know what you think:


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