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How do I Improve My Relationship? Three Helpful Tips

We all get stuck in a rut in our relationships. There are simple, positive things we can do to make changes today. By learning techniques for listening to your partner, you can begin the process of improving communication. Choosing some small but meaningful gestures can go along way. Find out more here! Read More

great tips

This post is full of useful information. I particularly like the idea of a weekly 'State of the Union'. Will definitely try this with my spouse!

I read Dr. Gottman's work

I read Dr. Gottman's work when I first got married. Now that we are 4 years in with a toddler, I think I need to revisit it!

One More Idea!

The biggest thing to take care here is not to hurt your partner in any way, no forcing the consort for anything. In case of conflict, it is better to avoid arguments and come to a mutually agreeable solution. In order to gain this state, I have been personally practicing the tip of praying with asking for forgiveness from the soul residing within my consort, as explained at:

http://www.dadabhagwan.org/scientific-solutions/relationship/live-a-happ...
http://www.dadabhagwan.org/scientific-solutions/relationship/pratikraman...

After two years, today we are living a really happy married life!

MARRIAGE RESTORATION

MY HUSBAND BROKE UP 2 YEARS AGO BECAUSE I WAS NOT ABLE TO GIVE HIM A CHILD, I MISSED HIM SO MUCH. SO I DECIDED TO CONTACT (drlawrencespelltemple@hotmail.com) HE TOLD ME HE CAN HELP AND FOR ME TO SIT BACK, SO I DID THINKING THAT YEAH RIGHT THIS GUY WOULD NEVER CONTACT ME 4 DAYS LATER GUESS WHO CALLED ? YUP IT WAS HIM ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS THAT I THANK YOU DR.LAWRENCE FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART..if you have similar problem with me contact the great Spell caster Dr.Lawrence (drlawrencespelltemple@hotmail.com

improve relationship

This is really nice tips to improve your relationship but i think if you both trust on each other and understand silence of each other than your relationship will never be break.

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Jonathan Fader, Ph.D., is a psychologist and an assistant professor of family medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

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