Make Each Other Feel Seen
Do you feel seen, heard, and valued by your partner?
One of the many benefits of a happy and healthy relationship is the feeling that you have someone who really “gets” you.
But everyone has areas they could improve on, or be more intentional in their relationship.
That’s what Feeling Seen and Heard, from the Gottman Relationship Coach, is all about.
Learn from Drs. John and Julie Gottman how to be seen and heard, how to become a better listener, and how to Turn Towards your partner more often in this series of videos and exercises.
This new program will help you learn:
- How to identify and share your truth
- About what we call Bids for Connection, and the three ways you can respond to them.
- How to Turn Towards your partner to make your relationship successful.
- A concept of an Emotional Bank Account and positive emotions, and how to increase the balance in your Emotional Bank Account
- How to identify and express your needs in the relationship
- How to be a great listener
- How to have a stress-reducing conversation
Feeling Seen and Heard includes:
- Exclusive new video content
- Entertaining role plays by Drs. John and Julie Gottman demonstrating destructive couples behaviors that undermine relationship well-being with suggestions on how to turn these interactions around, resulting in positive outcomes.
- Seven exercises
- New audio content
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