New Year’s Tips To Reboot Your Romantic Relationship
New Year’s is just around the corner and it’s time to think about the resolutions and changes you would like to make in your romantic relationships so that they are stronger and more secure than ever.
According to research from the Journal of Clinical Psychology, approximately 8% of Americans actually make good on their New Year’s resolutions. And, 80% of resolutions fail by mid-February.
Not very promising.
But here’s the good news.
In my many years of clinical practice I have learned some truths about the healthy habits of couples whose relationships endure.
So, instead of New Year’s resolutions for 2020, I would like to pass onto you some of those healthy habits.
If you practice them day after day, you are guaranteed to develop long-lasting staying power in your romantic relationships.
In building a relationship, conscious attention must be paid to reinforcing a strong overall vision.
Thinking long-term is crucial
Persistence, determination, and resilience are the keys.
You will get out of it what you put in it.
Wishing you and yours all the best in 2020.
Learn WHY your marriage/relationship came apart, the PART you played in it, and most importantly, HOW to empower yourself to move forward to ensure that these issues don’t occur in your future romantic relationships (to virtually “divorce-proof” them).