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We become far less creative and open-minded when we’re under extreme stress or in a heightened state of arousal. When we perceive something as a threat to us – to our independence, our time, our values, or our relationship – we often behave reactively.
Your personality is a pattern of thoughts, preferences, activities, and feelings that are uniquely yours. To make a relationship work long-term, you will need to be aware of your own personality tendencies and motivations, and understand your partner’s personality style, too!
We are happiest when our expectations align closely with our reality. When your experiences fall short of your expectations, you’re likely to feel disappointed or frustrated. Many couples struggle with the unspoken expectations they bring into the relationship.
Sharing a life together, you will have a mix of highs and lows, and working through the lows together often hinges on safety. In addition to being free from physical harm, and feeling emotionally safe to share openly with your spouse, the PREP programme talks about commitment safety, too.
Robyn Wong-Niamkongkit, a mother of three shares her journey on parenthood and her relationship with her spouse when their first new-born baby arrive.
Mini Marriage PREP Tips: What are events, issues, and core needs? By knowing these, how can we improve the way we understand and communicate with our spouse?
Mini Marriage PREP Tips: Communication Difficulties. Check out this tip to overcome communication difficulties with your spouse!