Talk to each other about what balance feels like for each of you. It won’t always be equal and it will change throughout your life together.
Maybe you and your partner are engaged or newly married and you are happy, in love, and feel more connected than ever – you’re more on the “we” end of the spectrum.
Perhaps you recently welcomed your third child to the family and you have gone back to work full- time. Your household is hectic and you and your partner rarely get to enjoy quality time together – you’re more on the “I” end of the spectrum.
Regardless of where you are, address your current balance and take initiative in the direction you and your partner would like to move. Discuss possible outcomes that provide a equitable balanced of “I” and “We”.
If you and your partner ever feel overwhelmed by your results or the ensuing discussion, we encourage you to seek out professional support. Call us.
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