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Rituals of Connection

Rituals of connection are shared activities that you do on a repeated basis (from daily to yearly) that have meaning for you as a couple

Rituals of connection are  shared activities that you do on a repeated basis (from daily to yearly) that have meaning for you as a couple

Rituals of Connection

by The Gottman Institute
Rituals of Connection
Rituals of Connection
Rituals of Connection

What is it about?

Rituals of connection are shared activities that you do on a repeated basis (from daily to yearly) that have meaning for you as a couple. They can be small or big, splashy or simple, as long as they are a regular part of your life that helps you stay connected. This app contains suggestions for building these rituals. Select an item from the list and talk about if you would like this ritual in your partnership, and if so, exactly how it should go, who should do what and when, and how it should end. Be sure to talk about if and why this is important to you, and how this ritual was handled (or mishandled) in your original families or earlier relationships.

Rituals of Connection

App Details

Version
2.0.3
Rating
NA
Size
46Mb
Genre
Lifestyle Education
Last updated
October 5, 2016
Release date
February 14, 2015
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App Store Description

Rituals of connection are shared activities that you do on a repeated basis (from daily to yearly) that have meaning for you as a couple. They can be small or big, splashy or simple, as long as they are a regular part of your life that helps you stay connected. This app contains suggestions for building these rituals. Select an item from the list and talk about if you would like this ritual in your partnership, and if so, exactly how it should go, who should do what and when, and how it should end. Be sure to talk about if and why this is important to you, and how this ritual was handled (or mishandled) in your original families or earlier relationships.