Okay, so we took a little break. We did give you some tips on getting through the holidays, which you should listen to again. But, we’re back with Episode 9 of The #staymarried Podcast! In this episode we’re bringing you the final Don’t of The Seven Do’s and Four Don’ts for a Long and Happy Marriage.
If you’ve missed an episode, here’s what we’ve covered so far…
♥ Ep. 1 – Intro to The #staymarried Podcast and The Gottman Institute
♥ Ep. 2 – Do #1 – Exploring Love Maps
♥ Ep. 3 – Do #2 – Nurture Fondness and Admiration
♥ Ep. 4 – Don’t #1 – Criticism is a Relationship Killer
♥ Ep. 5 – Don’t #2 – Contempt is Sulfuric Acid for Love
♥ Ep. 6 – Do #3 – Finding Romance in the Little Things
♥ Ep. 7 – Do #4 – Accepting Each Other’s Influence
♥ Ep. 8 – Don’t #3 – Defensiveness Will Drive You Apart
Today, in Episode 9, we’ve got the final DON’T – Stonewalling. This is the fourth of the “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse”, so it is definitely one to identify and work through. This episode will teach you both…
As always, this series is based on the New York Time’s Bestseller The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work because those researchers are smart and they know what they are talking about.
Ok, go ahead and have a listen…
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