‘Let’s Stick Together’ introduces simple, practical skills that really work within a relationship. It doesn’t matter how different we are as individuals and couples, or what our circumstances are. The principles of a successful relationship are common to all. ‘Let’s Stick Together’ is a one hour session that offers positive and practical ideas for how to handle those inevitable differences.
What does a ‘Let’s Stick Together’ session cover?
These are the negative attitudes that can affect every relationship and affect the way a couple relates to one another. By learning to spot their own bad habits, couples can decide to put a stop to them before they cause deep conflict in their relationship.
Many couples find that they give and receive love in different ways, which means the message can be lost along the way. There are five main ‘love languages’ and by learning to recognise these, couples are able to learn how to communicate love to their partner in a way that really helps them to connect with one another.
Find out more about The Five Love Languages.
It doesn’t take much to make a huge difference.
Keep dad involved
Finally, for many couples the easiest option can be for mum to take over most or all of the parenting role and for dad to drift into the background, the message here is – ‘work as a team’, which will make things a lot easier, and make sure your spend time together.
Parents may find these ideas quite a revelation while others may find they already know them. But even the best common sense is sometimes only obvious once it has been explained.
- Book a Let’s Stick Together session for your parent group.
- Train to deliver ‘Let’s Stick Together’ in your community.
- Let’s Stick Together – buy the book.
- Let’s Stick Together research and evaluation summary.