COVID-19 Relationship Tip #21

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #21

A caring behavior is something someone does for you that when they do it, you feel cared about and loved. It’s not something you ask for, it’s something that’s offered … Read More

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #20

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #20

Take some time to breathe deeply and give each other eye contact. First, relax into 2-3 deep breaths. People wonder why it’s important, and they feel like they don’t have … Read More

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #18

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #18

  Look around you and see if you can find anything in this environment that you can be grateful for. Put that gratitude in words and express it to someone. … Read More

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #17

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #17

Today, we’ve got some brain science for you. The brain has different sections, including a lower brain and an upper brain. The lower brain is where the “fight or flight” … Read More

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #16

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #16

It’s easy to feel polarized. Maybe there’s an air of “My way or the highway” in your conversations. Perhaps the goal of conversations has been for one person to win … Read More

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #15

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #15

Taking negativity out of your relationship is hard when you are quarantined at home because people get frustrated. You must learn to have fun, laugh, and be silly! Give appreciations. … Read More

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #14

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #14

Many people right now are experiencing sadness or grief. And many are facing sickness or loss. Here is how Safe Conversations can help in these times. When you want or … Read More

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #13

COVID-19 Relationship Tip #13

What if you want to feel safe, but you don’t because of something someone did or said? You might feel anxious, you might stuff it down, and then you might … Read More