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Revisiting a Rocky Moment—This conversation provides a platform for de-escalating conflict and repairing rifts in a relationship and building emotional safety.
Hold Me Tight—The heart of the program: this conversation moves partners into being more accessible, emotionally responsive, and deeply engaged with each other.
In short, they can hold onto their emotional balance a lot more often and a lot more easily.
This creates a platform for repairing rifts in their relationship and creating a truly loving connection.
I will never forget this experience…it’s been one of the most meaningful experiences of my relationship with my wife”.“Thank you thank you thank you…it truly has been wonderful. ” Uncle Sid nodded solemnly, softly muttered “No doozy, no ducking,” and then, “Lovely pudding, Doris.” He patted my aunt on the backside as he tottered into the other room.
I needed to really become focused on how important this relationship is in my life – to cherish and honor what a great fortune and gift I have in my relationship…I have renewed hope and optimism for life”. I recall this little drama vividly because I knew that Uncle Sid was going to be Santa Claus that night and any “doozy” probably meant that I was going to be out of luck for presents. But now, all these years later, I see their interaction in another less self-centered way.
She turned to him and said, “We is getting into a doozy here. You are half cut and I sure as hell don’t feel like no shiny Christmas fairy. We know that people who feel secure with their partner find it easier to do this.
They can stand back and reflect on the process between them and they can also own their part in that process. They are caught up in the emotional chaos at the surface of the relationship, in seeing each other as threats, as the enemy.
To learn how to do this, I have couples revisit rocky moments in their relationship and, applying what they have learned in Conversations 1 and 2 about the way they communicate and their attachment fears, figure out how to smooth the ground.In my practice, we replay turbulent big-bang arguments as well as quieter continual disconnections.I slow down the action, asking partners questions (“What just happened here?are based on the new science of love and the wisdom of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT), an effective new model developed by Dr. EFT is a short-term, structured approach to marital and couples therapy.
Empirical research has supported the effectiveness of EFT, showing that 70-75% of couples move from distress to recovery and about 90% show significant improvements (the best results of any couple therapy) and evidence shows that these positive effects last over time.EFT focuses on creating and strengthening this emotional bond by identifying and transforming the key moments that foster an adult loving relationship.