3 Keys To A Great Relationship – Therapist Wooster, OH

Angela Earley May 13, 2024

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Therapist Wooster, OH

  • 1. Communication: The Lifeline of Relationships

    Effective communication is foundational to any strong relationship. It involves not just talking but listening actively to understand your partner’s perspective. Key communication skills include being open, non-judgmental, and ensuring clarity in your discussions. Couples are encouraged to express their thoughts and feelings openly and to resolve conflicts through understanding rather than confrontation. This process helps prevent misunderstandings and builds a deeper connection between partners.


  • 2. Maintaining Physical and Emotional Connection

    Physical and emotional connections are crucial for sustaining the passion and intimacy in a relationship. Regular physical affection and quality time together can rekindle feelings of love and attraction. This could be as simple as maintaining a tradition of date nights, engaging in shared hobbies, or simply spending time cuddling. These activities reinforce the romantic bond and show appreciation and love for each other, keeping the relationship vibrant and enjoyable.


  • 3. Supporting Each Other's Individual and Joint Dreams

    Supporting each other’s personal and shared dreams and goals can profoundly strengthen a relationship. This involves respecting and encouraging each other's aspirations and being each other’s cheerleader in times of success and challenge. When partners feel supported, they often feel more connected and committed to their relationship. This support should be mutual, where both individuals feel their dreams are valued and that they have a supportive partner to rely on.


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Since 2012, Angela has been assessing clients and successfully guiding trauma treatment in her private practice using the NeuroSequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) developed by Dr. Bruce Perry of the Child Trauma Academy. In addition, Angela has been invited to consult on multiple regional cases involving highly challenging special needs children.