Attachment so shapes our capacity to love and the respective styles of a partner can influence the success or failure of our intimate relationships. As Dr. Sue Johnson warns, “we must not underestimate the naked force of separation distress.”
In order to feel alive in your marriage, you need to put effort into spending quality time together—with an emphasis on giving small gestures of love.
Sit down with your spouse and ask each other questions about what kind of culture you want to create in your relationship.
Most couples can follow these same steps to begin to restore a broken connection.
The key to asking engaging questions may be simpler than you think.
It is never too late to heal. It is never too late to make a fresh start. It is never too late to have your heart restored.
Despite the discomfort, it is time to discuss suicide openly so that we can help save lives.
A marriage can’t survive as a box to be checked.
I encourage couples to strive for the “good enough” relationship.
Don’t let the excitement of a new prospect blind you to what you really want and need in a partner.
The best way to find and examine your love languages is to look closely at how you express your love to each other.
Questions that make intimacy last a lifetime.