Bettering yourself makes you spark with joy and that joy is contagious and will spill over into your relationship, making it feel fresh again." —" title="" src="data:image/gif;base64, R0l GODlh AQABAIAAAAAAAP///y H5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" data-src="https://hips.hearstapps.com/rbk.h-cdn.co/assets/17/15/rbk_web_marriagedivorce02.jpg?crop=1.0xw:1xh;center,top&resize=768:*" /"People often focus on what is 'wrong' with their partner.crop=1.0xw:1xh;center,top&resize=768:*" /"Therapy doesn't have to happen in a formal setting with a counselor.Instead of snapping back and arguing in the heat of the moment when you're feeling defensive, resentful, or unfairly blamed, it's better to set aside time to really talk about the issue when you're both calm.Just a simple hug or touch can help you feel more connected to your partner." "Therapy doesn't have to happen in a formal setting with a counselor.Simply setting aside uninterrupted time to talk to your partner can really help.crop=1.0xw:1xh;center,top&resize=768:*" /"Every day, write down 3 things that your partner did or said that made you happy or that you were grateful for.When couples are in distress, they tend to focus on what their partner is doing wrong or what their partner isn't doing.
crop=1.0xw:1xh;center,top&resize=768:*" /"Make a date night that is cemented in stone.This simply restores a connection outside of the bedroom.When we touch we release oxytocin, also known as the cuddle hormone.Bonding as a pair means being the center of the other's undivided attention so thoroughly that you can feel a shift.Turn your phone off when you're with your partner, or at least put in on airplane mode, to feel that shift." —"People often focus on what is 'wrong' with their partner.