Commitment is not just a verbal exchange, it is a way of living out your relationship through meaningful actions that honour your verbal exchange.
If you are engaged, notice the ways in which your commitment to your partner and your relationship are on display for others to honour. If you are married, acknowledge that the ring on your finger tells everyone you are committed to your partner. Maybe it’s the manner in which you speak about your partner to your kids. Or maybe it’s even the pictures displayed on your virtual and real walls that capture the interactions you have had with your partner over the years. Take notice because more than likely, others do.
Take action and make it a point to talk about how commitment fits into your everyday life with each other.
Consider taking an assessment or working through our Discussion Guide for Couples, that’s a great place start! Tune in for more tips next week.
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The CoupleCheckup generates deep and productive conversations that couples would not otherwise have about their relationship. These conversations restore insight and understanding about one another. The CoupleCheckup can help to revive a relationship and increase intimacy.
The CoupleCheckup is an online couple assessment based on the PREPARE/ENRICH couple inventories. The Checkup assessment and Checkup report are designed to go directly to couples at any stage of their relationship (dating, engaged or married). The online system allows for dynamic customization of the assessment to each couple based on how the couple answers background questions. The goal is for the CoupleCheckup to reach a more diverse group of couples, to empower couples to deal with issues on their own and to emphasize prevention over remediation.