When approaching your partner about attending couples therapy, you are likely to meet resistance. Work past their resistance with these tips.
Identifying what I needed helped release and transform vicarious trauma into post-traumatic growth.
Our past may have written the script, but we can write a new script for how we respond in the present.
The Gottmans and Brené Brown give us a map—a macro perspective of the wilderness of our hearts, and the wildness of love.
How does a flight delay reveal emotional intelligence at an airport? And how can emotional intelligence help you?
Use your words, and use them well.
When David is tempted to say, “I’ll do it myself!” he reminds himself to ask the question, “How can we do this together?”
Give your partner the gift of love and appreciation in small ways every day.
Create daily or weekly rituals of connection will enable you build shared meaning.
The difference between happy and unhappy couples is how they manage their Emotional Bank Account.
Emotional safety enables us the freedom to collaborate, dream, be wildly creative, share bold ideas, feel increased compassion, and express ourselves freely with one another.
Being open to influence requires a man to let go of avoidant strategies like distancing, attacking, and defensiveness.