Please Avoid This At All Costs!
I wanted to write a message today to bring to light a mistake that many couples have been doing, despite trying their best not to.
I have had enough! Enough of seeing so many of you running into problems when it comes to having a good relationship with your partner because of this one grave mistake.
I know that you are reading this so that you can learn how to create a healthy and happy Partnerhood, so I HAD to write about ensuring that you do not do this at all costs.
Here’s the thing:
When many couples first start dating, I'm sure they love spending time together and getting to know each other. They probably talk often, go on dates, and enjoy each other's company. Their communication is likely top-notch and fights rarely occur.
But a few years pass and that is when they commit this grave mistake that YOU have to avoid: they quit investing in their Partnerhood.
You absolutely HAVE to avoid this at all costs because:
You and your partner need to remain a united front, especially after you have kids and stress increases in your family
You already invested a lot in your relationship and doing some simple maintenance will help you preserve it for years to come
After your kids have grown up and leave your home, you want to be able to continue to enjoy life with your partner, not just life without your kids
If you don't invest in your relationship, it could eventually cost you your relationship. Please don't let this happen.
Before a tsunami happens, early warning sirens start ringing to inform citizens of the upcoming tsunami so that they can run for their lives.
Consider this message your early warning siren!
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Christie Sears Thompson
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
The Partnerhood (www.thepartnerhood.com)
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