Those that are lucky enough to have a spouse are now spending more time with their spouse than ever before. COVID has created a new normal for everyone, so with that new normal comes the challenges of trying to make those close-up relationships work. My guest today is Zach Brittle, a marriage counselor that has been featured in the likes of the New York Times, Vanity Fair, and many more. Now that you’re forced to be in close quarters, you might as well learn how to do it correctly!

 

In this episode, we talk about…

  • Zach gives everyone reason to listen to what he has to say
  • Married couples are spending more time together than ever
  • The concept of learning how to fight with your spouse in a healthy manner
  • How to manage the problems that come with differences in perspective
  • Starting with the most predictable fights that you have with your spouse
  • Zach’s path that led him to his profession as a marriage counselor
  • Struggles that Zach and his wife were having in their two dark years of marriage
  • Maintaining a balance of independence and interdependence
  • Zach’s advice for couples that feel stagnant
  • Diving into Zach’s books, The Relationship Alphabet and Marriage Therapy Journal

 

Links to resources:

 

Zach Brittle: Website |  Book – Book Club | Marriage Therapy Radio

 

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Written by : Anthony Trucks

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