Why is marriage so hard at times? Why do some couples develop good relationships, while others drift apart or break up? John Gottman’s research over the past four decades has helped us understand what makes–or breaks–marriages. This research shows us seven specific habits that can help couples create a harmonious lifelong relationship. Straightforward yet profound, these seven principles provide couples with a road map for resolving conflicts, creating new common ground, and achieving greater levels of intimacy.
Here are Gottman’s seven principles for making marriage work.
Do you want to learn more about the seven principles that make marriage work? Register for a Seven Principles Program here. There are still a few spaces left for the June 17th program as well as programs later in the summer.
The Seven Principles Program is designed to provide couples with new insights and skills to improve their relationship. Through a combination of engaging lectures and couples-based exercises, you and your partner will learn research-based tools to help you deepen your friendship and intimacy, manage conflict better, and create shared meaning and purpose.
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