Gratitude is powerful. You can easily practice gratitude by thinking of one reason you are thankful for your spouse while you brush your teeth in the morning. If you want to do it as a family, you can do it with your kids and spouse aloud every day at dinner or just before bedtime. The key is to tie it to a habit you already do every single day.
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 Kate Mangona.
Kate Mangona, MD is a physician, certified life & marriage coach, girl & poodle mom, real estate investor, and the host of the Medicine, Marriage, & Money podcast and coaching program. She empowers women to stop stewing in anger, defensiveness, and resentment so they can create more time for love, vacations, & investing! After working with Kate, high-achieving women have the tools necessary to minimize arguments even during conflict and design the life and relationships they crave. When she is not at the hospital or helping humans argue less and reignite the sparks in their relationships, she is most likely dancing and singing with her three little girls and hubby😊 You can download a free copy of her Marriage Survival Guide here! Or take her free 6 Predictors of Divorce Marriage Challenge here!