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Planning

How to Build Better Relationship Habits (Advice Roundup)

By on Jul 29, 2016

If you do the same things, you get the same results.

We know this, but many of us still struggle with the same problems in our relationship over and over again because despite all our intentions we still fall into the same traps. Change can be hard.

Forming new habits is an important component of change. The bad news is that it takes 66 days on average to form a new habit. The good news is that there are shortcuts.

We lead of this week’s Relationship Advice Roundup with six ways you can speed up the process of changing your relationship habits and making it stick.

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Putting the Advice into Practice

Okay, you’ve read the relationship advice this week. Now are you ready to live it? If so, contact us at Kowalke Coaching. We’re ready to help you get there! Schedule a free coaching session.

 

Blame game

Fixing Blame in Your Relationship (Advice Roundup)

By on Jul 22, 2016

What to do when your partner blames you for everything.

Honesty with nuance

Be Honest—but Nuanced! (Advice Roundup)

By on Jul 15, 2016

Honesty can hurt your relationship when it isn't paired with nuance.

Romanticism

Has Romanticism Ruined Us? (Advice Roundup)

By on Jul 08, 2016

Do we have cultural baggage about love and other relationship advice this week.

Marriage meeting

9 Tips for Better Weekly Marriage Meetings (Advice Roundup)

By on Jul 01, 2016

Love can’t be lost once you’ve created it. It is yours to keep. All you can do is misplace it temporarily. Unfortunately, misplacing love happens all too frequently. This is why we “fall out of love” and why our relationships