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Do you experience distance between you and your partner. Do you feel like you two have drifted apart? Are you missing that sense of union that created your relationship?

If you are nodding your head and answering yes to these questions, you are not alone. Sadly, many couples lose that critical connection without even realizing it. When that sense of togetherness is no longer there, couples often wind up viewing each other as adversaries in a continuous battle of one kind or another. True communication comes to a halt and an insidious form of bickering and sniping at each other ensues.

Fortunately, there is much that can be done to renew the bond between you and your partner. Click here to find out what.

Book Report
Together Magazine We wrote "Our Conflict-Free Relationship" for Together Magazine. We really had fun working with the staff putting this together (pun intended.) We think you'll enjoy it as well. This is a great site that has very high-quality articles and podcasts on relationships. Be sure to check them out.

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Successful Relationship Reading Corner
This week's blog asks if you've drifted apart, and shares ways to reconnect with your partner. Here are some more writings on that subject.

9 Easy Ways To Reconnect In Your Relationship "Lots of the couples I see have locked horns about an issue and have been in a standoff for too long. Ultimately being right just isn’t important. What matters is what you want for your future."

9 New Ways to Deepen Your Relationship Bond "Happy relationships shouldn’t be hard work! That’s one of the upbeat findings from my landmark study of marriage, which has been following 373 married couples since 1986."

Drifting Apart and How to Reconnect "“We’re drifting apart,” Sara said during our first meeting. Her husband, Daniel, agreed. They got along well enough, but lived more like roommates than a married couple."

Spreading peace one relationship at a time,
Phil and Maude
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