‘Let’s Stick Together’ teaches three simple but powerful principles based on sound research into what makes a happy, healthy relationship.
It’s appropriate for and popular with all parents.
It’s not counselling, it’s not embarrassing and it’s not scary or judgemental.
The one hour session simply teaches three practical tips that make a difference to relationships:
- Bad habits - The trick here is to spot our own automatic bad habits and try to nip them in the bud. Otherwise they will grow into the weeds that eventually eat away at our relationship. We call them "STOP signs" - Scoring points, Thinking the worst, Opting out, and Putting down. But don't point the finger! If you want change, stop your own bad habits first.
- Good habits - All of us want to feel loved, and it's easy to assume that everyone shows love in the same way. Whereas, in reality, there are five different ways that people tend to give and receive love. These are known as "Love Languages" - Time, Words, Actions, Gifts and Touch. Many couples find that they give and receive love in different ways, and because of this, the message can be lost along the way. We're not mind readers. Have you ever told each other what makes you feel loved?
- Getting dads involved - Parenthood is a whole lot easier if there are two pairs of hands. In this section we discuss two helpful tips for mums who want dads to be involved. "Am I sending him a message that it's easier if I do it myself?" And "are we spending time together, having fun, on our own, as friends, little and often?" are some of the key questions we ask.
Please contact us to book a Let's Stick Together session for your group.