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The Weekly Relationship Review

By Railey Molinario

I am so excited to share with you a practice that has the power to transform your relationship and bring you and your partner closer together than ever before. Are you ready to take your relationship to the next level of intimacy and connection? Let me introduce you to the Weekly Relationship Review.

Imagine this: it's a beautiful Sunday afternoon, and you and your partner are sitting down to have a deep, meaningful conversation. You take turns answering six powerful questions that will help you communicate openly, prevent fights, and get organized. This is not just any conversation; it's an opportunity to create a stronger, unbreakable bond with your partner.

No more allowing frustrations to build up and leaving important thoughts left unsaid. With the Weekly Relationship Review, you will have the opportunity to prevent misunderstandings and work through any issues that may arise in your relationship.

The six questions are designed to encourage open and honest communication. Each partner will practice uninterrupted listening of the other, really trying to understand where their partner is coming from. This is not a boxing match, so put the gloves away and speak with kindness.

1. What was the best part of your week?

2. What was the most difficult or stressful part of your week?

3. Is there any way I can make the next week run more smoothly for you?

4. Was there anything I did that bothered you this week?

5. What did I do to make you happy this week?

6. What are you most looking forward to for next week?

The Weekly Relationship Review is a powerful tool that can help you create a thriving relationship filled with love, communication, and mutual support. Remember to speak kindly, listen actively, and enjoy one another's company.

Are you ready to take it to the next level? We're giving away a Power Couple PhD scholarship work over £10,000. In this 3 month coaching program, you'll learn exactly how to create a relationship without fighting, boredom or negativity. Apply for free here.


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