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healthy communication in relationships

elements of a great apology

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In this lesson, Rachel & Stacey share the 3 elements of a great apology so you can learn to repair issues that may arise in adult relationships in a way that is meaningful & true to you.

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Rachel & Stacey will go over how to apologize effectively by taking responsibility for the impact of your actions, acknowledging your plan for change, and having patience. Their tips in this lesson can help you no matter what situation you find yourself needing to apologize for.

About Decoding Couples

Rachel & Stacey of Decoding Couples are licensed marriage & family therapists with a combined 20 years of experience in the field of relationships & marriage.  Their mission is to take the complications out of communication, help you break unhealthy patterns, and connect in a way that makes your grandma blush. 

They help couples end cyclical fights, extinguish hot spots, and breathe life back into the bedroom. They also walk you through how to know for certain a relationship is worthy of moving to the next step or not. Wherever you are in your relationship journey (post break-up, single life, situationship, long term partnerships or marriage), they got you! They’re known for ditching the fluff and giving you no-BS tools that allow you to see and FEEL tangible change. And it all starts with better communication. That’s why we teamed with Decoding Couples to give you free tips on how to improve communication in your relationships.

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healthy communication in relationships

elements of a great apology

In this lesson, Rachel & Stacey share the 3 elements of a great apology so you can learn to repair issues that may arise in adult relationships in a way that is meaningful & true to you.

Rachel & Stacey will go over how to apologize effectively by taking responsibility for the impact of your actions, acknowledging your plan for change, and having patience. Their tips in this lesson can help you no matter what situation you find yourself needing to apologize for.

About Decoding Couples

Rachel & Stacey of Decoding Couples are licensed marriage & family therapists with a combined 20 years of experience in the field of relationships & marriage.  Their mission is to take the complications out of communication, help you break unhealthy patterns, and connect in a way that makes your grandma blush. 

They help couples end cyclical fights, extinguish hot spots, and breathe life back into the bedroom. They also walk you through how to know for certain a relationship is worthy of moving to the next step or not. Wherever you are in your relationship journey (post break-up, single life, situationship, long term partnerships or marriage), they got you! They’re known for ditching the fluff and giving you no-BS tools that allow you to see and FEEL tangible change. And it all starts with better communication. That’s why we teamed with Decoding Couples to give you free tips on how to improve communication in your relationships.

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