Marriage Podcast Freebies


marriage podcast freebies
Welcome to my "freebies" page. This is where you'll find free resources from my Dr. Wyatt Show podcast to help you build a better relationship. We all love receiving gifts and this is my space to provide you with some. In case you didn't hear the podcast episode that discussed the free resource, I've provided an explanation next to each one below. If you enjoy the freebies, be sure to leave a review of my Dr. Wyatt Show podcast wherever you listen to podcasts! 
Episode 155-158- Why Sex Is Important in Marriage- Four Parts
Couples usually can't wait to have sex during the early phase of their relationship. However, through the years from a lack of emotional connection and differences in libido, many couples struggle having sex. This four part series of the Dr. Wyatt Show podcast explains this dynamic and highlights the top four reasons couples need to be having regular sexual contact. Click the free PDF for discussion questions and links to more resources. 
Episode 153- Four Reasons to Ask For Feedback
One of the best things you can do is regularly ask your partner for feedback on how you could improve for them and then make adjustments based on their feedback. Doing so demonstrates you're strong, that you're teachable, that you care, and that you're safe. You can do this! It will transform your relationship! Check out the pdf above on some phrases to choose from to get started. 
Episode 152- Five Ways To Become A Proactive Partner
Every partner needs an ongoing partner cheat sheet. This is a place to continually add notes on how to become a better partner for your partner. Items on it may include insights you've had about how your partner ticks, what they prefer, tender spots to be careful of, etc. Each time you are the listener in the reunite tool for conflict resolution, the ideas generated in step five on making amends need to be added to your partner cheat sheet so you don't forget what you're committing to. It's critical to review your partner cheat sheet most days of the week for a few minutes so the ideas stay fresh in your mind. Doing so will eventually change your behavior and that's being a proactive partner! One example on my partner cheat sheet is to not randomly approach my wife and start blabbing. She's an introvert and finds that overwhelming. However, she likes for me to ask questions about her life. So, instead of going up and blabbing about random topics I intentionally ask questions about her life and that helps her feel closer to me and that I care.