Learn How to Make Your Relationship Sweet!

You really can have a love life as sweet as you want it to be! But sweetness—whether in chocolate or a relationship—requires certain ingredients for success. Love is wonderful but love by itself is not enough to create a relationship that lasts. All relationships need to be nurtured and tended to like the attentiveness of a prize rose gardener.

Check out these keys and begin making your relationship sweeter today.

Happy couple on scooter making fun a priorityThere are key ways of interacting that will help you move from struggle and compromise to sweet and profound happiness. 
 

Keys for Making Your Love Life Sweet!

Highlight and validate what you love about your partner.

Consistently surprise your partner with random, out-of-the-ordinary
     gestures
of love.

Ask for what you need and want! Your partner is not a mind reader.

Make regular, quality time together a  high priority.

Give your partner ample space to be an individual—
     then your partner will
crave spending time with you!

Do these things regularly and watch the love and connection increase! Practice doing one or more of them well and you will be on your way to a happy and lasting relationship.

If you'd like support or personalized marriage coaching, call 406-577-2100 or email jennifer@heartmanity.com.

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Jennifer A. Williams / Heartmanity FounderJennifer A. Williams / Heartmanity Founder
Jennifer’s passion is to help people create thriving relationships. She coaches individuals, parents, and couples to build healthy and loving families. Jennifer has been conducting premarital workshops and mentoring couples for nearly two decades. She teaches couples the critical skills needed to break out of unloving patterns, which naturally removes the obstacles to loving connection and authentic communication. With an emphasis on emotional intelligence and brain science, her proven process accelerates transformation. She also conducts Heal Yourself, Heal Your Marriage retreats because she believes that all healthy relationships begin within each person. Jennifer is happily married to her beloved husband of 39 years and is the mother of three grown children.

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