In marriage, it’s easy to end up in our own lanes running parallel to each other. We need to be purposeful about finding points of intersection and connection, to meet each other there, to continue to grow together. Without intersecting and connecting, you become exactly what you don’t want to become: roommates.
In today’s episode of The #staymarried Podcast we talk with Zach Brittle, a couples therapist, writer, and teacher here in the Seattle area about what it really takes to stay connected and how romance is really about trust.
Here’s Season 2, Episode 4 of The #staymarried Podcast…
Zach wrote a great book called The Relationship Alphabet, available on Amazon here.
He’s also working on a project called forBetter that you can check out here: forBetter.us
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