My father was hospitalized in isolation with coronavirus and was very, very seriously ill. I do not feel that my wife was there with me enough during those very trying weeks. I feel this created a gap between us that it is hard to fill. Can you help me?
Mirroring is a powerful force in human relationships. Just like a mirror reflects the face that looks at it, so too social mirroring involves one person reflecting the “face” of another person. Learn how mirroring can help you strengthen your rapport in any relationship – with your partner, child, or co-worker.
The wedding was a blast – even if you did not get to dance with your friend from fourth grade and you have not eaten more than a bite of challah in ten hours. You entered the wedding hall on your own and you leave as a married couple. You wave goodbye to your relatives and drive off into the night to start your new married lives together. It seems so romantic and blissful. Yet, even as you are on your way home in the car, a new reality sets in…
“I’m just not feeling it.” “There’s no connection.” “I’m just not emotionally there.” Have you ever thought or said one of these statements? If you are dating, chances are that you feel this way more often than you would like. If you are married, you might also wonder why you feel distant from your spouse. Learn why you might feel this way and a fun way to revitalize your relationship.