Falling In Love Again With Your Spouse: Dr. Heather Browne On 5 Things You Need To Rekindle Love In A Marriage That Has Gone Cold

An Interview With Brett Lovett

Authority Magazine Editorial Staff
Authority Magazine
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10 min readMar 16, 2022


… Every single day sit down together and tell them how much you appreciate them and what you admire in them. The two areas most wanted in partners who are struggling is feeling desired and appreciated. So, blow your partner away with both of these. Daily. Look for all they do and all they offer to you. Thank them and let them know what it means to you and what they mean to you and how they impact your life.

When people first get married, they are usually deeply in love and extremely excited to be together. But sometimes, over time, that passion and excitement begins to fade. This has been particularly true after the pandemic, when many marriages went through great upheavals. What can a couple do to rekindle the love and excitement that they used to have when they were first together?

In this interview series, called “Falling In Love Again With Your Spouse; 5 Things You Need To Rekindle Love In A Marriage That Has Gone Cold,” we are talking to relationship professionals, therapists, psychologists, and coaches to share stories and insights from their experience.

As a part of this series I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Dr. Heather Browne, PsyD, LMFT.

Dr. Heather Browne PsyD, LMFT helps people recognize the power of communication. It is one of our most important skills that we have, and yet we don’t consider our understanding, approach, belief, and therefore, miss our possibilities. Living with a paranoid schizophrenic mother gave Dr. Heather a unique and powerful awareness that no one has the same reality, though we believe we do. Utilizing this revolutionary awareness has allowed her to transform communication within self and within all other types of relationship. This is the hidden key to acceptance. And this is her mission to share.