Some partners avoid conflict because they think they’re keeping the peace.
Kyle Benson shows us how to create an Emotional Plan to protect your marriage.
Simply put, because young adults have so many avenues and options when it comes to finding a mate, they are taking their sweet time to explore those options rather than rush to the altar.
Mulligans aren’t only for the fairway—they can also be useful in managing conflict in marriage.
As Dr. Gottman states, it’s about small things often.
It’s a lot to hold while supporting and demonstrating compassion for your loved one. How do you maintain the balance of their recovery, your healing, and the nurturing of your relationship?
By understanding your emotional command systems as well as the systems of your romantic partner, you can learn how to navigate the differences in a way that meets both partner’s needs.
Switching off autopilot allows you to see life from a fresh perspective and frees you to make different and more mindful decisions.
Letting her influence you is not about being a wuss, it’s about moving from me to we.
Are we aware when our partner makes a repair attempt? John Grey shows us the way.
Happy couples know how to repair the little things in a relationship, and they do so early and often.
Becoming mindful and aware can help you to identify and observe the patterns in your relationship that may be contributing to feelings of anxiety, disconnection, frustration, and loneliness.
Practicing mindfulness enables you to calm down and soothe yourself. In this state, you have space to reflect and thoughtfully respond, rather than react.
Putting these Four Foundations of Mindfulness into practice will ultimately put you in touch with your body, feelings, mind, and how your mind operates, helping you to wake up to yourself, your partner, and the needs of your marriage.
Mindfulness in marriage is about being receptive to your relationship experience and being present without judgment.
Mindfulness meditation is not just about relaxation – it’s about maintaining a moment-to-moment awareness and acceptance of your thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment.