7 Principles for making marriage work by John Gottman
Personal Development

7 Principles for Making Marriage Work by John Gottman

Hi There, BigM Fans. We just posted a new video on the Youtube Channel!! It features Big Ideas 🧠💡 from John Gottman and Nan Silver and their bestselling book ‘7 Principles for Making Marriage Work’.

Our ‘Bouillon Cube’ summary of the book is divided into two parts. This is part two where we will walk you through the ‘7 Principles for making marriage work’. If you have not already seen ‘part one’ on ‘6 indicators of a troubled marriage’, we recommend that you check it out here.

At the heart of Gottman’s theory lies the simple truth that happy marriages are based on deep friendship. Couples who share mutual respect and enjoy each other’s company are more likely to stay together and live happier and healthier lives.

If you follow Gottman’s ‘7 principles for making marriage work’, you’ll be well on your way to improving and strengthening your marriage forever.

I hope you will enjoy the video. That it will inspire you, help you Grow your Mind and Motivate You to be The Best You!

You can check out the video here.

This is our Bouillon Cube summary of the book. As always, we highly recommend reading the whole book. You can buy it by clicking our affiliate link.

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