In case you missed it, here are a few highlights from Tony and Sage’s live video discussion from Wednesday, where they talked and answered questions about love, relationships and how to keep the passion alive!

Tony & Sage Robbins Pre-Valentines Day Relationship Discussion

Tony & Sage Robbins Pre-Valentines Day Relationship Discussion Video Question 1

Tony & Sage Robbins Pre-Valentines Day Relationship Discussion Video Question 2

What are some things you do to keep the passion flowing in your relationship?

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  1. How's Fiji says:

    How’s Fiji, Tony and Sage?
    I’m so happy to see you still Live With Passion.
    Love and passion, all the better.
    Happy Trails.

  2. JOE says:

    Thanks – the videos have been very helpful~ :)

  3. Tony, Sage how great is it to have your Anniversary
    on Valentine’s Day?

    Thanks for sharing. Blessings…

  4. Abiola says:

    Absolutely beautiful. Thank you for posting and giving us a peek behind the curtain of your private lives.

  5. M. says:

    I recognize all the different relationships, because I had 3, that were totally different.
    The first one I gave everything and it was a passionate relationship but he wasn’t commited 100% and he loved to see me angry (he said that!)so we had a lot of fights about nothing.

    The second relationship was with a guy who was really sweet and again I gave my all, but I didn’t feel that he was very passionate about me. We NEVER had a fight, and although everything went well, deep in my heart I knew that he wanted to meet more girls etc. It ended.

    I thought, that’s it. I want somebody who is 100% commited to the relationship and I don’t want to be hurt anymore and I want passion! Now I’m in a relationship and although we have a lot in common, he argues with me every single day. He critisize me all the time like “you can’t do it, you have ADHD, let me do it, you don’t give me enough attention, you don’t love me” I’m getting sick of this negative, jealous, agressive attitude the whole time. I am positive person, believe in change and want to help him to change his state but it’s very hard if someone says: This is who I am, I’m living like this 34 years, what do you expect, that I’ll change?”
    Since I’ve been listening to the Personal Power cd’s I totally changed my approach. I tried to interrup his pattern, which worked..He laughed and he forgot where he was talking about. I also emailed him instead of keep trying to have a conversation on the phone. This also helped! I’m focussing on his good side.

    Sorry for this looong message! It’s hard to write a short message about this.

  6. Ivana Siska says:


    I have finally watched these videos and love, love, love them. Tony & Sage are a terrific role model couple who embody certain very powerful principles to happy relationships ~ I use their teachings, and many others in my coaching program and always with terrific results!

    Much, much love!

  7. Gail Kasper says:

    This is some great footage! I really work to give tips to help people in the same way with their attitude with my Systematic Attitude Development-Technique. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!

    -Gail Kasper,

  8. Maria says:

    Thank you for sharing! For the beautiful gifts you deliver to this world.I agree completely.You’re both so wonderful. Actively focusing on giving love brings it back to you! I´am focusing on LOVE EVERYDAY!

  9. Maciek says:

    You are Amazing! Thank you for what you are doing, you gave me so much. Thank you :)

  10. jackie says:

    I am very thankful to see you both and that you make life very enjoyable and that you Love each other the way you do,We do need to know what we want and not just settle for anything and we will attracted the right person into our lives
    You are a real example of what a relationship is
    Thanks you for sharing
    God bless you both

  11. Julie Doyle says:

    Love you guys and your example. Means a lot to me. Thank you!

  12. Hi Tony & Sage, it is so wonderful to see a highly engaged couple like yourself. I can see how much in love you are with one another and it is encouraging in this world which usually highlights the negatives. My husband and I have focused on communication with our relationship, learning how to listen to one another and seek first to understand and then to be understood. Initially it was hard as we came from different relationship experiences and we had a lot of attraction but we had to connect mentally.We are spontaneous in our love life and seek to learn more and more from each other. We have been married for 5 years now and have been together for 11yrs and I continue to be in love with him..he still gives me butterflies and I get all warm and fuzzy inside when I think about intimate moments with my soulmate. Divorce is not an option and we committed to never ever bringing it up, because we always have to work it out.Never ever give up on will find it when you least expect it!

  13. li says:

    Hi Toni and Sage
    I sit in admiration and disbelief (no disrespect intended) I just have no basis in my real life experience that says you two lovely people are anything other than a fairy tale. I have been in a relationship for 14 year and been married for 4 years, I feel trapped in an intimate relationship with a stranger who thinks physical violence as long as it does not involve fists is not domestic abuse. my friend that I fell in love with disappeared slowly. I do not even recognise this person any more. I used to fall apart every time he threatened to pack his bag and go, now I just wish he would grow a pair and do it. I feel its a really fantastic thing you have that you never threaten your relationship it has come to the point in mine where he has cried wolf so often that I am numb to it and he is shocked now because according to him I do not care. maybe that’s true but we have a child and at 11 years old she has seen more than she should and she is negative towards her dad. I feel that maybe its too late for this relationship and I should just concentrate on me and our daughter. but my rules say “marriage is for life!” and “abuse is not something you live with!” both are true and both are conflicting. I know this is a long shot but any thoughts would be gratefully received. (I did test him in the beginning it was not concious but it is something I have had to pay for with tears and bruises.)
    God bless you both, love and light Li

  14. Ellery says:

    Wow, great videos. I smile when I heard your example about driving. :-)

    I expect more this kind of video/webinar stuff, but it seems that it is too short: 3 videos (30 mins).

    But really thank you so much for these.

    Happy Valentine’s day.

    Live with love & passion.


  15. Hey Tony & Sage:
    As always you guys rock. I am a long timer, finding Tony on Home Shopping and getting PP, much more since and am enrolled in the RMT Training, which of course includes leading the Ultimate Relationship Workshop. In a brief, I have been single for over 10 years (single meaning no relationship, yes I AM frustrated, my horse wants me to meet someone haha) and am beginning to feel an ache for a sig other that I can pour love on, be safe with. I know what I want and also strive daily to be the person who deserves that guy. And continue to grow with my training, but issue: had the same tumor but as an adult and it was pretty bad and now I am endo dependant. This appears in my face with some swelling and is not attractive and not curable. And yes, I have the ‘I am broken’ moments since the maintenence from fixing me is daily in both syntehtic hormones and injections, which is something I dread telling if the right one comes. Advice on how to break thru to a guy when, even though I am built athletically, work out daily and show 1st Level Dressage so am in good physical shape, but one look at the facial swelling blows it on the internet dating sites and I am trying to find places that would have guys that would make the list as I do not drink. Do club if there is a good band as I play blues guitar and was an entertainer for years, the only drinking that bothers me is mine. Tony, you actually pushed me over to the stay sober side. Heard you about 6 months in and the fog had lifted, now I crew alot, DWD, UPW, RMT Training. So Coach the Coach Coach and Mrs. Coach.
    And by the way, over the years you are the happiest I have seen you and I thank your lovely Sage for being that gift you so deserve for giving so much to the world. I dare say she is your match and you are both blessed.

  16. Maria Licht says:

    I am blessed with a very loving, engaged marriage, and I believe that much of it is due to the fact that both of us focus on the love, and what we love about each other, rather than what we are irritated by in each other. Both of us strongly believe that what you think about, you bring about so our love continues to grow because of this.

    In addition to the marriage relationship, my husband and I are partners in a home-based business, which presents its own set of challenges. Our success is largely due to the balance we work hard to create in that setting as well, recognizing and staying focused on the strengths we each bring to the business rather than our bad habits.

    I believe I can speak for both of us when I say that knowing we love each other NO MATTER WHAT (important words there!)helps us through challenges and difficulties in both our personal and business relationships.

    ACTIVELY focusing on giving love brings it back to you tenfold, no matter what type of relationship it is!

  17. Renee says:

    Hey Tony and Sage!

    I loved DWD and UPW! Thank You guys so much for the beautiful gifts you deliver to this world.

    To keep the passion alive in my relationship, I pay special attention to cultivating my feminine energy (spending time with feminine girlfriends, spending time in nature, contributing to connecting with my customers)and also making sure that my man and I spend a bit of time apart, because time together can (emphasis on CAN be, not always) be depolarizing.

    You need time to re-charge your feminine and masculine energies!

    Thanks again,



  18. Lost says:

    I have two questions.

    I’ve been married for 5 years. My husband admitted a secret to me that he should have told me before we were married. I don’t know how to get past it. It’s pretty major. I feel like I was tricked into getting married. How do you move past something like that and find trust again?

    Also, my husband has a lot of that feminine energy you were talking about in the video above. I prefer to “live in that zone” myself, but am forced to take on the male energy to compensate and take charge of a lot in our lives. I often find myself resenting him for that. He won’t change. What can I do?


    • J.Marie says:

      I feel exactly the same as what you expressed in your message. I’m also trying to “get over” past things that happened and trying to have trust and respect again for my husband. Also what you said about wanting to enjoy living in your feminine and wanting him to be more masculine so you don’t always have to revert to masculine energy to hold things together and run the show. I agree completely. I want my man to step up and “take care” of me and I don’t always want to be in charge. I feel things will fall apart if I don’t take charge (they will!) Did you get a response back from Tony & Sage?? or any response that was helpful? I feel you…I’m lost too. My husband and I have been married 10 years and just got back together after a year and a half separation. I’m determined to make it work no matter what but I keep getting frustrated because he doesn’t “get” any of this, really isn’t into learning about it and it doesn’t seem like he’s working on growing much at all. I don’t know if I should just keep work on myself and see if he comes around to it or just give up but I”m not happy right now b/c the intimacy and male/female energy is just now there.

      • J.Marie says:

        I meant to say the male/female energy is just NOT there.

      • T.MikeTan says:

        Please don’t “trying” to get over past things that happened and “trying” to have trust and respect again for you husband because “TRYING” never works.

        You either Do it or Get it Done, there is No Trying.

        Trying is a justification to try to justify we really did do our part and we didn’t fail because we didn’t do what is necessary or fearful, it is because the things just didn’t come together. Maybe you are not committed to connecting your husband, you are committed to be right.

        Do you ever cry in front of him, telling him what do you really want from him? I mean being a baby crying out for help… after that ask him what he really want…

      • Lost says:

        I’m glad I’m not the only one. It’s a lonely road sometimes. I guess it’s tough to describe the entire situation in a few paragraphs, but I’m really thinking I should leave. I know marriage takes work, but this is ridiculous. When one person gets left holding the bag all the time, at some point, things are going to fall apart. Marriage is a 2-way street. It takes 2. I married a man, I did not adopt a child. It’s hard when you are more of a “care-taker” than a wife. And then to have this secret come out on top of it? I’m just not sure I can handle it. We’ll see how it works out…

    • T.MikeTan says:

      I remember Tony said to me “There is always a way…!” Please don’t be rationalized…

      I saw you saying “I don’t know how to get past it” and “He won’t change”, why not saying something like “I Want to get past it” and “He can change”

      No matter how thin the slice is, there is always 2 side. Let’s think of another way, you husband has the courage to admitted the secret to you which I don’t think many others does the same, most of them just deny no matter what Don’t you feel proud for the level of honestly from your husband?

      “Pass is Not equal to Future”

      Please don’t let the pass controlling your future… :-)

      • Lost says:

        T.Mike Tan – Nope, he didn’t admit it. I found out on accident. Even then, he tried to deny it. It wasn’t until he saw no other option that he finally admitted it. I feel tricked and cheated. Like I wasn’t allowed to make an educated decision about whether or not I wanted to marry him. I’m not sure if there is a way to get past that or not. I guess time will tell…

  19. Janet says:

    I disagree with women speaking implicitly. I say it like it is and THAT seems to push men away. AND I have developed and balanced my feminine energy!!! Any thoughts?


    • Janet says:

      AND I agree that if I said “Leave me alone, don’t follow me.” I would want him to follow me. A mans job is to penetrate the woman (and I’m not talking sexually in this context!)

  20. Waterfront says:

    Oh wow, & No. 3 video, is exactly how we first dream of our ideal guy arriving. This girl spoke the words right out of my mouth as a younger woman & Im sure many women out there now. Wishing her knight in Shining Armour to arrive asap :) … x

  21. Hi guys,

    You’re both so wonderful. Thank you for sharing. I’m 47 and am recently out of a long term relationship. I’m realizing that it’s time that I spend some time alone and single. And I’m ok with that. I’m learning things about myself. But I’m lonely. And it kinda took me off guard. I didn’t expect to feel this lonely. I’m not sure how to handle it or what to do about it. I’m truthful when I say I’m my own best friend. LOL I enjoy my own company. But I am lonely. What are some things I can do? I don’t want to jump into another relationship just to fill that loneliness. That will just defeat the purpose of this time I’m choosing to find myself and figure out what I want to be when I grow up…if I ever do. Heh LOLOL

    Thanks again,
    PS: I’m doing you Ultimate Edge program right now, Tony.

  22. Waterfront says:

    Video No. 2, is so on the money! Loved it! Women do *test* & communicate in an indirect fashion, its an awful process. Really appreciated this video share. Happy Valentines Day, may love find its way into everyones heart ;)

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