If you’re like most people, you’ve probably spent the last few weeks running around getting and wrapping gifts, sending cards, preparing for parties, dolling up your house with holiday decorations, cooking, baking, returning “off” gifts, cleaning up the mess, etc. You’ve also probably been in more public, social situations than you normally are in, attending to friends and family. As a result, how much time and energy have you reserved for your partner? Any hugs? Kisses? Words of appreciation? Any special private moments? If the answer is a humble, “Not really,” then here’s a little exercise which costs nothing, takes no time, and can stimulate re-connection:
When you’re separated from your partner in a social situation like a party or some event, make eye contact with him or her and discretely tug on your earlobe. When you’re in a crowd, this little private gesture can signal to your partner that you’re thinking of him/her, and love him/her. It’s an intimate non-verbal communication affirming your connection with each other, especially when your relationship seems to be taking back seat to the needs of other people. Try it – you’ll be amazed at the energy surge you create between you two!
If you find yourself generally wishing for better communication, deeper connection and less conflict in your relationship, and could use an intense dose of fun help with this, then join mediator and conflict coach, Meredith Richardson, and me for a weekend retreat designed to improve your communication skills, and re-connect you with each other. January 18-20, 2014 at the Inn at Bath, Bath, Maine. An intimate experience for six couples only.
*Deadline for registration is Wednesday, January 1st.
For more information or to register, CALL: 207-439-4267
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