Relationships can be a rollercoaster sometimes. Please help yourself to any of these free resources.
I’ve written them to help support you to feel that bit more in control of how things are going between you and your partner.
Free Guide To The Top Causes Of Resentment In Couples After Kids
You’re parents now, and you love your partner, but something keeps niggling at you: why do I feel resentful?
Download my free guide and I’ll talk you through the top causes of resentment in couples who are raising children together, and the 7 steps you need to take to resolve it.
I know you feel stuck sometimes, and maybe you’ve even started to think that this is just how it is once you have kids.
But it doesn’t have to be this way! Get started today making sense of your situation and what you can do to change it.
“Reading Catherine’s guide on resentment in relationships after children was incredibly powerful. It resonated deeply with me because I saw myself in her words. I felt acknowledged, hopeful and not alone in my journey as a mother.”
Open-Ended Questions to Keep You Connected
Couples who feel really known by each other feel closer and get on better.
Asking open-ended questions shows your partner that you’re interested in them, and it helps you to bond as you pay close attention to each other.
You can simply use this as inspiration to open up your conversations. Or you can make it into a game by taking it in turns to roll two dice and ask each other the corresponding questions.
Olive Branches Save Relationships!
Just because a conversation starts to feel like an argument, it doesn’t mean it has to end like an argument.
Either of you can change direction at any point, and when you get better at doing this, you’ll feel empowered.