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Relationship Psych | Love | Marriage | Conflict | Psychology |

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Turn the embers of a distant and lonely relationship into a blazing emotionally intimate connection.Are you tired of conflict? Do you dream of a secure and peaceful relationship?Welcome to Relationship Psych, The Podcast. The goal is to teach you to create a strong and connected relationship, that w… read more


8: How to Whisper SWEET NOTHINGS

How to say simple words to make your partner blush.

In Gary Chapman’s book, 5 love languages he talked about the language words of affirmation. You use words to encourage, affirm, and appreciate. While this comes naturally to some, I have watched many couples struggle to find the words that connect to their partners hearts and ears.

The whisper of a sweet nothing is just a few words that expresses how you feel, or what your partner means to you. You don’t need to be a poet to craft the right thing to say. Simply expressing your heart is the language of the soul.

This episode was inspired as I watched Season 3 Episode of The Medici. The show depicts the love story of Lorenzo and Clarice. It’s far from a your typical perfect romance, but there is a quiet love that resonates through the show.

It made me think we do not need to wait until our loved ones are ill to whisper words of love, adoration or kindness. We can do it day in and day out, so if they were to ever fall ill, they would already know our true love and appreciation for them.

How do you speak sweet nothings?

1. Speak your truth

2. Take small steps that feel comfortable

3. Use compliments

4. Share memories

If this feels hard, check out the guide Rose Colored Glasses. Each week there is a prompt followed by a place for reflection to share a memory or concept. You could use this as a way to share with your partner how you feel, to share the sweet nothings.

This podcast is not meant to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any medical, mental health or relational problem. Check with your treatment provider to see if the advice is for you.

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