CLEVELAND — We all know it takes work to keep relationships healthy, but knowing where to start can be a challenge.
Cleveland Clinic psychologist Dr. Susan Albers shares five scientifically proven ways to strengthen our romantic relationships, on this week's 3 Things to Know with Stephanie Haney podcast.
Dr. Albers explains the 5:1 ratio, the importance of eight meaningful touches per day, sharing intentional appreciation, creating "me" and "we" time, and understanding the 5 love languages. (Learn more about love languages from Dr. Gary Chapman, the man who literally wrote the book on them, in my interview with him in this previous 3 Things to Know podcast.)
Plus, I share why Serpentini Arena Winterhurst is the date spot you Need to Know in NEO, and why 3News' Kierra Cotton is A Good Follow on Twitter and Instagram for helping find great ideas to connect with your partner.
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