5 Signs You’re In A Great Relationship
Theodore Roosevelt once said that comparison was the thief of joy. If you are the kind of person that compares your relationship with friends, family, and social media strangers, you’ll want to take a look at this. You’ll find some very common things that so many great relationships have in common.
I was recently interviewed by Elite Daily on this popular topic. We were able to narrow it down to five key indicators.
Of course, there is no one-size-fits-all formula, and these aren’t the only factors, but they are some of the best keys to happiness for most couples. Take a look to see how your relationship stacks up or if there are any areas where you may need help.
For over 25 years, I’ve counseled countless numbers of couples to help them explore more ways to enjoy greater happiness.
I invite you to contact me for a 15-minute consultation if you would like to explore more ways that work specifically for the two of you.
Why We Need Vulnerability in Relationships | Gary Brown
[…] a healthy relationship, both partners have a sense of connection and trust. Vulnerability creates emotional (and sometimes […]