The 10 most read articles on The Gottman Relationship Blog for 2017.
Helping your kid manage their emotions requires you to learn to manage yours first.
Cultivate an attitude of gratitude around your partner and loved ones during the holidays.
Working through an affair is tough. It takes tremendous energy and vulnerability on both sides.
Small acts of kindness can be a sort of ritual self-reminding of what we are and what we’re meant to do down here.
Gottman calls this a family’s “legacy,” which is based on his concept of rituals of connection.
Create daily or weekly rituals of connection will enable you build shared meaning.
Dr. Julie Schwartz Gottman offers her own story, her insight, and her hopes going forward.
Although a marriage in trouble is upsetting, it can often be repaired more easily than you think.
Approach your Thanksgiving with some rituals of connection already in mind. Here are some ideas to help you plan.
Parenting is acknowledging children’s feelings. Not dismissing. Not minimizing. Just acknowledging.
A loving and well-adjusted stepfamily is possible when couples commit to taking the time and action necessary to get there.