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Orlando Marriage Family Therapist | 5 Marriage Tips with Children | Daily Buzz Counselor Video Tips

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Published on Aug 21, 2009

Orland Marriage Family Therapist | 5 Marriage Tips with Children | Daily Buzz Counselor Video Tips
Our Orlando FL Based Marriage Counselors are interviewed by the media because of our Expertise as Relationship Therapists. Total Life Counseling Center has offices conveniently located in Lake Mary, Winter Park, Southwest Orlando, East Orlando, & Clermont Florida.
Have you asked yourself the following questions: What is a healthy balance between couple time, kid time, and family time? Is it better to be kid focused or couple focused? Does it seem impossible to create a balance, to continue to build a strong marriage, while nurturing your kids?

Below you will find five things that will help you build your strong and happy family.

1) Fight Respectfully: It is normal to have disagreements in a marriage. Many times these disagreements can present themselves while the children are around. This is a good opportunity to demonstrate to our kids what conflict resolution skills look like in a healthy and respectful manner. When couples belittle each other and tear each other down in front of the kids, we demonstrate to them that we do not respect each other. They are more likely to mimic that same behavior towards you when they are in disagreement with you.

2) Remember the fun times: Usually after the kids enter into the dynamics, couples can easily get into a rut that can feel like a routine. Therefore, it is important that couples take time to remember what they did for fun before the kids arrived. They can recreate those moments for an ongoing connection with each other.

3) Share Responsibility: It is important that couples agree to share responsibility in the household duties. For example, you can take turns each night putting the kids to bed while the other one cleans up the kitchen. This will lessen the chance of one spouse getting resentful because they feel like they do a lot around the house and may not feel appreciated. It will also demonstrate to your kids what teamwork looks like at home. You can also have the kids share in this so they can be part of the team while learning responsibility. Read Remaining Tips at: http://totallifecounseling.blogspot.c...
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