Becoming kinder and more compassionate with yourself and your partner will help you thrive both as a person and in your relationship. If you want to let love flow, you need to go from furious to curious and really connect with yourself and your partner.
A love that lasts is all about choosing to stay connected.
Struggling with your relationship is normal. Many of us lash out at our partner, we blame them when things go wrong, and we fear rejection, criticism and failure. So how do you get back the kindness and connection that once made you both so close?
In The Lasting Connection, clinical psychologist and couples therapist Michaela Thomas explains her Pause-Purpose-Play method for strengthening the connection between couples through brain science, mindfulness, compassion, values and playfulness.
- To build a stronger foundation for your relationship
- To soothe yourself to make everyday interactions smoother
- Past experiences may be influencing your current situation
- To be more compassionate with yourself and your partner
- To deepen your connection with the one you love
Are you ready to start on the first chapter of your new story together?
'This book will change lives. COVID has had such an impact on relationships and this book provides really valuable and important guidance for people who might not otherwise feel they have the confidence to push for counselling or therapy' Anya Hayes, author of The Supermum Myth