Relationship Help Tips
Before things get out of hand, take a time out from each for an hour to cool off and then re-address the discussion.
2. Date Night:
Remember when you used to spend quality time with each other.
It's the corner stone of a relationship. You have to listen and understand the other person's point of view. You may not like it, but you have to at least understand where the other person is coming from.
4. Talk When It's a Good Time:
Pissed off at each other? Been drinking? Just got home from work? These may not be the best times to talk about something important.
5. Give and Take:
A relationship is 50/50. It can't be all take and no giving. Share responsibilities, compromise.
6. Stop the Codependence:
You need a life outside of your relationship. Doing things you enjoy away from each other is healthy.
7. It's OK to Disagree:
Disagreements are natural, but don't escalate them to yelling and damaging fights.
8. Look at Positives:
Yes, there may be negatives about something in the relationship, but don't lose sight of the positives as well.
9. It Takes Two To Tango:
Don't always balme the other person. What's your responsibility in the relationship problem(s).
10. Reinforce Each Other:
Compliment and thank each other. This reinforcement helps you both feel better and secure and encourages similar behaviors in the future.
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