Here’s the third and final tip on how to get on the same page with your spouse.

 
One last thing to consider is that you actually need to plan to get on the same page with your spouse. It doesn’t happen naturally and organically just because you hope for it. You need to really get clear, set intentions, make a schedule, understand what’s expected of the other person, clarify and verify what your needs are, and then verify that they’re being met.

What it really comes down to is getting clear with your spouse and not expecting things to just be good because they should be. Relationships, unfortunately, take work and aren’t always easy, but they’re worth it. Think of it like a business. If you want something to be successful in business you don’t just expect it to be successful. You actually have to get clear about your plan and how you want to achieve it.

Jasmin Terrany, LMHC

Jasmin Terrany, LMHC has a Skype based private practice empowering women who appear to have it yet still feel unsatisfied on some level. She helps women access their ultimate potential and take their lives to the next level in every realm. Jasmin is a Columbia University graduate and licensed psychotherapist who invented Life Therapy, the combination of psychotherapy & coaching with mindfulness & meditation.
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