I help parents create harmony and passion that stays.
Is one of the best things we can do for our ourselves and family.
I help couples understand what's underneath your patterns that create disharmony, and give you two tools so you can avoid it.
There are several ways to repair to move back into harmony. I help couples understand effective ways to do so and to create agreements for implementation.
On of my favorite quotes from my mentor Terry Real is, "Intimacy is not something we have, but something we do."
When couples focus on taking the time to connect via date nights, emotional and physical connection, the relationship feels better and so we're more effective parents, bosses, and employees – whatever our other roles are. We also model health for our kids.
Couples researcher John Gottman says, "Working briefly on your marriage every day will do more for your health and longevity than working out at a healthy club."
Connection heals. When parents have a strong relationship, we teach our kids how to have one. When our relationship is strong, we feel better and live longer.
"The highest safeguard for the physical, mental, and spiritual health of the child is not primarily the attention paid to the child but the unrestricted love of the parents for each other."
– Henry Nouwen
Jason shares a common characteristic that disconnected couples have. What happens when you don’t make time for each other? And what are the "Magic Six Hours?"
One way to communicate with your partner is to share vulnerability. What’s it like being a dad now? The one byproduct of a healthy relationship is grace.
Most of my life I've really sucked at relationships, in fact I've been divorced. Now you may be asking yourself, Why am I getting relationship advice from some dude who's been divorced? And that's a good question, but stick with me, and I'll explain