The 3 words that can add a spark back into your relationship

When U.S. Navy veteran Jack Cotter runs alongside his canine charge, Tucker, in championship American Kennel Club agility classes, he forgets about his aches and pains. Cotter looks, feels and thinks like a new man, and Tucker has grown from a cute, cuddly puppy to a champion competitor. Cotter had been forced to quit work because of his disability, and he was depressed and couldn’t get around. Tucker came running to us and jumped into Jacks’ arms, love, at first sight.

Key Takeaways:

  • Whether it’s differing styles of expression or simply just not being good listeners, it’s no secret that communication is one of the biggest issues most couples face.
  • My fear was that these seemingly small moments would snowball into drifting apart and eventually falling out of love.
  • And after four years together, we were starting to resemble bickering roommates — or even worse, a teenage son and a frustrated mom — more than a happily engaged couple.

“Whether it’s differing styles of expression or simply just not being good listeners, it’s no secret that communication is one of the biggest issues most couples face.”

http://www.today.com/health/3-words-can-add-spark-back-your-relationship-t104780