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In this week’s blog we asked if you were too snippy in your relationship. Snippiness is not a common topic, so some of these discuss contempt.
Relationship Communication: How to Talk So That Your Partner Will Listen “The guidelines for being a good listener are not just for men.
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In this week’s blog we asked whether you can avoid drama in your relationship. We found many different approaches to this question, so we have more links than usual this week. Hope you enjoy them!
7 Crucial Steps to Minimize Drama in Your Life “For a long time, I lamented all the damaging relationships I’d been in, as if I was some kind of victim who always got the short end of the stick.
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This week in our blog we discussed giving and receiving love, and we’ve found some great articles about this.
5 Reasons Why Receiving Is Harder Than Giving “…there are hidden downsides to prioritizing giving over receiving. I’m referring to interpersonal relating, not social policy, which could use a hearty dose of the golden rule.
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This week we discussed celebrating your relationship in our blog. Here are some articles for your consideration:
8 Ways to Celebrate Your Husband (or Wife). Tonight! “A friend recently called to tell me that it had taken her a week to notice that her husband shaved off his beard.
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In this week’s blog we asked if you were too snippy in your relationship. Snippiness is not a common topic, so some of these discuss contempt.
Relationship Communication: How to Talk So That Your Partner Will Listen “The guidelines for being a good listener are not just for men.
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In this week’s blog we wrote about celebrating the many forms of love on Valentines Day. Here are some articles you might enjoy.
The 4 Types of Love We Should All Experience “Love is so nuanced that the Ancient Greeks separated it into four different types.
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In this week’s blog we wrote about attention and why it is so important in all relationships. Here are some articles discussing that.
Pay Attention. Is This The Simplest Relationship Key? “Experts also point out that paying attention to your partner is not something that always comes naturally.
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In this week’s blog we wrote about why you need time apart in your relationship. We have some links about this for you.
Be Apart to Stay Together “New research shows that happy long-married couples often say their secret is, “We give each other space.” According to an unpublished study by Terri Orbuch, a psychologist and research professor at the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research, having enough space or privacy in a relationship is more important for a couple’s happiness than having a good sex life.”
10 Relationship benefits of spending time away from your partner “If you are part of a couple there are many benefits alone-time can bring to your relationship.
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In this week’s blog we wrote about commitment. This week’s links discuss various aspects of this topic.
Committed Relationship – What Does That Really Mean? “Commitment also requires that each partner choose it themselves. I don’t believe anyone can force you to commit to something.
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In this week’s blog we wrote about sacred space, the time spent focused on each other. This week’s links are about that.
The Policy of Undivided Attention “Before you were married, spending time alone with each other was your highest priority.
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