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Email alerts New issue alert. Advance article alerts. Article activity alert. No one knows more about this topic than Finkel, and his data-based prescriptions are both important and provocative. Giving what your mate needs rather than what you need increases your chances of feeling connected. Julie Gottman and Dr.
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Three of our experts recommended titles by Dr. Laurie Watson recommends her Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love , which gives couples exercises to help them work their way through to secure attachment.
And Dr. Solomon and Dr. Gottman recommend her Love Sense , which covers the three stages of a relationship and how to best weather them; the intelligence of emotions and the logic of love; and the physical and psychological benefits of secure love.
Keep in mind that not everyone opens up very easily. Be patient with your partner if they are not sharing all the time.
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So, be mindful and respectful of their emotional boundaries, and they should be equally mindful and respectful of yours. Ultimately, the more you get to know your S. And honesty breeds trust, which are two very important pillars of a healthy relationship hint: communication is another super important pillar! Communication is not just about the words we say but also how we say them. Our tone and our attitude give away a lot more than just the words coming out of our mouths. Look at your S. Are they crossing their arms? Sometimes you can tell just by looking at someone what they may be feeling.
Be honest about how you feel to the best of your ability, and try to express it in a healthy way before it gets to the point where it blows up and someone says something they regret.
Being direct is always better than being passive aggressive. Remember to turn it back to your S.