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How to Bring Joy to Relationship Problem Solving
We were at a wedding and were captivated by two children playing. They were so filled with joy and the obvious pleasure of being together. Joy is such an important element in relationships, too. It’s easy to find it in the good times, but it tends to vanish when problems loom. This doesn’t have to be the case.

When you sit down with your partner to make a decision or to solve a problem, it is possible to do it from a place of joy

Read more on our blog How to Bring Joy to Relationship Problem Solving and comment there.
Relationship Reading Corner
Our approach to this issue is sufficiently unusual that it was difficult to find any links that directly address the topic. However, here are three articles that do talk to sustaining joy within your relationship.

Finding the Deepest Joy in Relationships "As we become more inwardly free from our conditioning and our fears, the love and connection that are possible in relationships tend to flow through us more naturally."

Finding Real Joy in Relationships "Positive psychology is a relatively new branch within science; rather than studying dysfunction and treating illness, researchers in this area focus on investigating and promoting mental health."

3 Keys to Keeping the Joy in Your Relationship "By making adjustments in our focus, filters and priorities we can literally transform what we bring into a meaningful relationship and what we receive from it."

It's Our Anniversary!
As we mentioned in in our last newsletter, we have an exclusive offer for our readers that celebrates our wedding anniversary on September 29th. It's a free eBook of "Secrets of a Successful Relationship Revealed", our first book. If there is someone you'd also like to share it with, please do.

This limited time anniversary offer is only good till the end of September.
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Spreading peace one relationship at a time,
Phil and Maude

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