Give your relationships a boost in 5 minutes or less with Small Things Often from The Gottman Institute. We provide simple, proven, quick tips to help you deepen and enhance your relationships!
Ways to Turn Towards Each Other as New Parents or Caregivers
Have you recently become either a parent or a caregiver? If so, life will inevitably change. On this episode of Small Things Often, learn how to stay connected to your partner through the “new normal.”
The Little Things You Do
Are you making time to intentionally connect with your partner? On the Season 4 premiere of Small Things Often, learn the small ways that you can prioritize your relationship.
8 Conversations That Matter Most
Some conversations matter more than others in relationships. On the season 3 finale of Small Things Often, we’ll guide you through 8 conversations to have with your partner for a lifetime of love.
How to Create a Shared Financial Vision
Do you and your partner share a financial vision for your future? Have you been transparent with each other on your current financial health? On this episode of Small Things Often, find out why conversations about finances can be difficult — and learn tips to make talking about money easier.
Why “Sorry” Isn’t Enough
Just saying “I’m sorry” to your partner when you’ve done something wrong, isn’t always enough. On this episode of Small Things Often, you’ll learn the 3 steps of a mindful apology so you can get your relationship back on track.
Are You Assuming Positive Intent?
Do you sometimes get offended or defensive with your partner based only on your own interpretation of their actions? On this episode of Small Things Often, learn how assuming positive intent can create more trust and communication between you and your partner — and change your relationship for the better.
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