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When my husband and I found ourselves sitting in therapy, I had no idea that what we would learn would crack my world open and completely change the quality of our relationship. It’s safe to say I was a bit skeptical at first.
What our therapist taught us about empowered and healthy communication in relationships is something I will never forget and continue to use daily.
Since learning this one specific and super-simple communication hack, the quality of nearly all of my relationships have improved – and yours can too.
Update: my husband recently let me know that the healthy communication tool I mentioned above actually came from a book he read called What Radical Husbands Do by Regi Campbell. He highly recommends checking it out or buying it for your loved one!
Fear around communication | 4:05
Finding yourself at the crossroads of communication | 5:34
The fixer vs. the feeler | 7:52
Setting realistic expectations | 11:42
The “ideal” end result | 14:24
Supportive resources for this episode
Listen: Tips for Effective Communication as a People-Pleaser
Read: How to Communicate Your Emotional Needs
Book: What Radical Husbands Do by Regi Campbell
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