Relationship Tips and Advice for Couples

Every couple needs relationship tips at some time. At Rock Solid Relationship Solutions, we love to help you have
an amazing marriage!

From our almost four decades of experience working with couples, we are brimming over with easy and quick activities and conversational topics that can make your relationship closer and happier. We want to share our knowledge with you, absolutely for free.

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Research shows that if you experience 5 positive interactions for each negative interaction, you will feel happy and satisfied. It’s our mission not only to teach you how to make the negatives, less negative; we want to help you increase the fun and passion.

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These easy-to-read and simple-to-apply relationship tips can become one of your positive relationship habits. Once a week you can set aside a few minutes and try out a short and sweet exercise or conversation topic.

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Why Prioritizing Your Partner Is Prioritizing Yourself

As we go through life, our priorities tend to change throughout the years. If you have kids, they are often a priority as they grow. If you are ambitious, perhaps your career is your number one priority.  What about your relationship, though? Are you prioritizing your partner? If not, you really should. Why? Because your partner’s happiness impacts not only them and the health of your relationship, but so many aspects of your life as well. This can feel like a large undertaking, but it is possible. Here are a few ways you can work to ensure...

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How a “Yes” Brain Can Improve Your Relationship with Your Spouse

Your brain is made to do one thing: keep you alive. That’s why, when something traumatic happens, your brain never forgets it.  Now, trauma can mean a lot of different things, but it is essentially a negative experience your brain has filed away to whip out of storage when you least expect it. In relationships, these traumatic memories can subconsciously surface and induce a negative response to something your partner does. This can send you into an anxious state of fight or flight – your body’s stress response – which may lead to you...

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How to Help Each Other Reenter the World Post-COVID (Without Losing the Positives Lockdowns Brought)

The social routines brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic are the new normal. Zoom meetings. Virtual game nights with friends. Facetime happy hours – we’re all used to it now. But what about after? What about when you have to reenter the world post-COVID. Because there will, one day, be an after. And it’s looking like it might be coming fairly soon. As things start to slowly open back up and restrictions are loosened, you may worry: are you ready to get back out there? How can you reenter the world post-COVID without losing the things about...

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Try This “Recipe” for a Happy, Healthy Relationship

When you fall in love with someone, everything seems perfect. It feels as if it was meant to be. And many people have an expectation that life will simply continue to be butterflies and rainbows without a dark cloud in sight. The truth, however, is that a healthy relationship, no matter how strong the love connection you feel, takes work. Your relationship will move through different stages – honeymoon, power struggle, mature love. While these stages are cyclical, they do build upon each other. That’s why, in each of those stages, you must...

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