Snuggle up with your spouse and have some fun with these games and checklists.
The Love List
Take an inventory of your strengths to build team spirit in a new marriage.
Splitting Household Chores
Use this worksheet to illuminate the household roles you learned as a child. Then, talk about how you’ll divvy up the work in your own household.
Whose Space Is It, Anyway?
Power struggles aren’t just verbal. They can also be turf wars as you and your spouse vie for control of the living space in your house or apartment.
Rebuilding the “We”
You can rebuild your unity as a couple by finding daily activities to share. This exercise, which takes about 20 minutes, can help the two of you choose activities and times to be together.
Unpack Old Marital Baggage
Old grudges, resentments, unfulfilled dreams, and still-tender hurts often resurface during the Reunion stage. Use this worksheet to help you decide what to keep, what to toss.
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