The Problem


relationship couple problem-behavior

“I just don’t understand?”

“Why doesn’t she listen?”

“Why can’t I get through to him?”

“Why do we have such a difficult time communicating?”

“I wish I could work out why being together is so difficult?”

We all strive for successful relationships between:

husbands and wives
parents and their children
partners in business
joint ventures
partners in screenwriting, producing etc

Whenever we find ourselves involved with another, before we make the awful mistake of going ahead without REAL knowledge of the other person – who they are, what they’re like, how they naturally behave – it’s important to UNDERSTAND our own BEHAVIOR PATTERN, which will enable us to recognize the BEHAVIOR of others.

” I had  comprehensive sessions with Seymour over Skype while I was in Bali, Indonesia. It was far easier than scheduling an actual face-to-face appointment and much more convenient. Seymour was most helpful while going through my test results with me, explaining each section and answering all my questions.He has a depth of understanding of behavior patterns in relation to relationships which rivals any therapist. I would highly recommend Seymour’s test for anyone in any stage of a relationship, or simply just to gain a better and more complete understanding of your own behavior styles.”

T.B. – Bali


TWO points to remember
1.Love may not be enough
2.Its not “who you know or what you know, but what you know about who you know”.

  •  Don’t fall into the trap. First impressions can be dangerous.
  •  Don’t trust: “Love – the only thing that matters”,
  • Don’t trust: “Don’t worry you can trust me. I know we’ll be good for each other”,
  • Don’t trust: “This is so right, we’re meant to be together”

Trust only in knowing who the other person is, and one way is to understand BEHAVIOR PATTERNS.

After more than 14 years as a Behavioral Skills Analyst I have found that the most effective people are those who understand that our behavior pattern is a necessary and integral part of who we are.

CHECK OUT THE VIDEO BELOW… my interview with Desna Long.

Much of our behavior is inherent and much comes from our upbringing and environment.

Our ability to interact effectively with people may be the difference between a successful relationship and one that constantly chafes “like sandpaper rubbing together”.

Effective interaction starts with an accurate perception of ourselves and how we see ourselves, what motivates us and how  understand our behavioral patterns. Understanding our behavior teaches us to understand the different patterns in others.

The key to solving a difficult relationship is to identify the natural sensual behavior you bring to an interpersonal relationship and recognize the behavior in the other person(s).

I am a Certified Behavior Skills Analyst, able to assess your BEHAVIOR PATTERN and to lead you through the process ( after you learn to understand your own behavior) to recognize the BEHAVIOR STYLES of others.


Why enter into any relationship blind to what may lie just ‘around the corner’?