Relationship advice for dating couples
Admit it: You're sick of hearing about date nights all together, including but not limited to: the importance of, the rules for, blah, blah, blah.
This doesn't mean you don't think interesting things or long to share them with your spouse.
A short break seems to alleviate that fear enough that they go ahead and admit the ugly truth.
"One powerful way to establish context," write the two in Moments of Impact: How to Design Strategic Conversations That Accelerate Change, "is to create a large visual timeline." A company, for example, might plot key investments over the previous decade.
You and your spouse can plot the same things, revealing where you earn or spend your money (versus: how you think you earn or spend it).
You’re here, I know, because you’re holding onto hope by a tiny little thread.
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Other ideas might be to sketch your geographic moves over time or your most important life choices or anything that's relevant to the current discussion.