In this episode we discuss relationship advice topics that include:
- How to monitor social media use for a healthy marriage or relationship.
- Why online emotional infidelity can be just as damaging as an actual affair.
- How ‘carefronting’, rather than confronting, your partner is a more productive way to problem solve.
- Learn what Zach thinks about one-on-one friendships with the opposite sex when you are married or in a relationship.
- Find out if you should create a joint Facebook account with your partner.
- And much more!
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Zack’s Daily Tool
Be strategic with communication. Be cognizant that what you say online has real world implications.
Relationship Advice Resource
John Gottman’s Relationship Blog
Love Online by
Advice for Newlyweds
Be willing and eager to give up certain freedoms once your married.
Advice for Single Listeners
Look at your [future] spouse as more important than yourself.
Zack’s blog on Psychology Today: Clear Communication