What's the one thing happy couples do the most?
Therapy can help as long as you're being honest in your sessions.
After coming clean about an affair, Brandon and his partner learn how to rebuild their relationship.
Employing Gottman's Trust Revival Method in the aftermath of an affair.
After studying married couples, Dr. John Gottman could predict which couples would separate or stay together with over 94% accuracy. So, how was he able to do this?
Turning toward your partner's bids for emotional connection builds trust in your relationship.
Intimate conversation requires you to lean into your partner's pain before you offer advice or try to help.
Enjoy more intimate conversations by learning to label your emotions and asking questions that beg for a detailed response.
Stop having superficial conversations where you're talking but not communicating.
If partners build habits of turning towards each other in simple everyday moments, they build bridges of affection, fondness, and admiration.
Sliding door moments are the seemingly inconsequential everyday moments that make or break the most important relationships in our lives.
Attunement is the desire and the ability to understand and respect your partner’s inner world.