Share Your Daily High/Low With Your Partner for Deeper Connection (A Quote by Sheila Wray Gregoire)
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The Great Sex Rescue: The Lies You’ve Been Taught and How to Recover What God Intended, by Sheila Wray Gregoire, Rebecca Gregoire Lindenbach and Joanna Sawatsky
1540900827For daily connection, try the “high/low” exercise. Share the best and worst parts of your day, the time you felt the most energized and the time you felt the most discouraged and frustrated. Asking your spouse, “How was your day?” is not a great conversation starter because it’s so broad. Focusing on sharing two emotional moments can help you connect on a deeper level because you skip the mundane and you get right to the heart of it. This can help you learn how your spouse ticks, but it can also give you insight into your own emotional state. To make this work well, choose the same time of day: over dinner, while you’re doing dishes, while you’re lying in bed before going to sleep. If one works shift work or is away from home, do this by phone every day.
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