“We cannot learn our partner to the end. But you can always get to know him even better. ”- Zach Brittle, Licensed Mental Health Consultant
Why are some spouses getting closer and others are parting?
This was told by psychologist and relationship expert Dr. John M. Gottman. Gotman spent over 40 years of research with thousands of couples. He is known worldwide for his work to ensure stability in marriage and to predict divorce. Moreover, in 2007, a specialist in psychotherapy called him “one of the 10 most influential therapists in the last quarter century.”
According to the psychologist, people who are more likely to enjoy family intimacy and be satisfied in marriage are those who build detailed “love cards”. Continue reading
Love is an interested, caring and attentive attitude towards that and for the sake of the fact that we love or whom we love. You need to talk about love for a long time, you need to study the correct manifestations of love, and at the University I give students many tasks on this topic. But in short, love is selfless and joyful care.
This is an interested, caring and attentive attitude to a person, things or any business and events. If an adult, smart and responsible person loves, other requirements are added to love: love should not be blind, but sighted and smart, not only feeling, but also responsible behavior. Love without respect is short-lived and unstable, respect without love is cold and weak. Continue reading
People quarrel. This does not always happen vividly, and maybe it can not always be called quarrels, but there are quarrels among any couple, without it in any way. We are not telepathic, sometimes we do not understand each other, sometimes we do not understand correctly, interpret it incorrectly, conjecture, twist and all that sort of thing. This is a natural part of our life, and you should not expect otherwise. It is only twenty-year-old naive young women who can think that living together is always soul to soul. In fact, even a very loving couple has disagreements and disagreements (and, if desired, quarrels). Continue reading