Habits for Your Happily Ever After

Rebecca Mullen

Each episode offers a date-night-discussion to foster conversation, as well as a tiny habit to keep you and the one you love connected: Because happily ever after isn’t a destination, it’s a journey. Habits for Your Happily Ever After is a place to get clear about your marriage communication. Because when your relationships are strong, you’re able to concentrate at work, reduce conflict at home, and receive support for your dreams so you have courage to live your best life. Relationship Coach, Rebecca Mullen, hosts the show filled with stories about relationship struggles and successes. read less


Get More "Thank Yous" Part 5 of Improve Your Relationship Communication
Get More "Thank Yous" Part 5 of Improve Your Relationship Communication
“It doesn’t count if I have to ask for appreciation.” This is a common complaint in my coaching practice.You want your spouse to notice you cleaned the bathroom and say thank you.You go to the gym partly because you want to look good for your spouse, but then they just complain that you’re late getting home.You feel invisible when you do all that work of booking the flight, the VRBO, and arranging for a cool TourByLocal event. All you heard was a complaint about how early you had to leave for the airport.This week’s habit for your happily ever after is:·     Ask cleanly for your spouse to thank you more often.·     Or look for the thank yous you’re not offering to your spouse.We’ll discuss ideas for where to look for a unique thank you.This week’s date night discussion is:“How was the word, ‘Thank you’ used in your home growing up?”Some families practice saying thank you all the time, while in other households “Thank you” is something you’re made to say for the itchy sweater that Aunt Ellen gave you and you don’t even want to wear that thing!Your history with thank you will inform your marriage today. 6 Steps to Better Marriage CommunicationI've written a book! Or at least I've almost finished. This episode is a sneak peek into step 1: Overcome fear.You'll learn about why fear is just trying to protect you. But you'll also see how fear is damaging your relationship communication.Pre-order my book using this link.ConnectVisit the show notes here.Please subscribe to my newsletter here.  Reach me at 970-210-4480