THE TITLE OF MY BLOG PAGE
By: The Blog Team | April 20th, 2022 | 3 Min Read
Of course, when visitors first arrive at your site and start reading your copy, they probably do not know you and have no reason to trust you. That is why it is so crucial to build your credibility. You MUST explain why you are qualified to help them or solve their problem. That does not necessarily mean official qualifications. It may simple be that you have experience the problem that brought them to your site in the first place, and you found a solution to the problem that you want to share with them! AND you must show that you are just like them. A great way to accomplish this is by telling a story!
Hi I'm Alexandra Stockwell, and I'm here to answer the question "How do I get along with my spouse in my marriage?". There are three secrets to doing that.
If you aren't getting along with your spouse--you're in the middle of a conflict, or you're feelings are hurt--the best way to create a new dynamic is to take a breath. Then, with a neutral tone and genuine interest, ask an open-ended question.
As you cultivate curiosity, you will find yourself getting along with your partner a lot more easily than when you are focused on what he/she is doing that isn't working for you.
The second secret to getting along with your partner is to be more vulnerable.
If your feelings are hurt, something is bothering you, or you feel neglected, don't respond with blame or shutting down.
Instead, ask your partner "are you available to hear something important?"
Then vulnerably share how you feel. If you don't blame and are truly vulnerable, your partner is going to be grateful and aim to do it differently next time.
The third secret is to be kind.
On the one hand, there's being nice, polite, and not hurting anyone's feelings. (If you are too nice and too polite, you're basically taking care of your partner's feelings and ignoring your own.)
On the other hand, there is being selfish: nagging, being critical, bullying. (This means prioritizing your own feelings and ignoring what your partner needs.)
Kindness is right in the middle, where your attention is on what is impacting your partner AND what is impacting you.