The Change Model can help you develop an action plan for your relationship goals with six easy steps

Anniversaries are times to not only celebrate and reflect on how far you’ve come over the years, but also to establish hopes, goals, and resolutions for the year to come. The CHANGE Model can help you develop an action plan for your relationship goals with six easy steps: 

    1.Commit to a Specific Goal: First thing’s first. What is your goal? Perhaps you want to become a better listener for each other, or make one-on-one quality time more of a priority, or maybe you just want to improve the overall closeness in your relationship.Make time with your partner to reflect on a goal that is Specific, be able to Measured to indicate progress, is Achievable, is Realistic and can be achieved within a Time frame that is comfortable for you and your partner.

Get started today and develop an action plan for a successful 2016. Tune in for step two next week.

Source: The Couple Checkup Book ©2008

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For more information on PREPARE/ENRICH or to simply set up a couple on the tool, please contact: http://www.prepare-enrich.com.au or call today (02) 9520 4049 #prepareenrich

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PREPARE/ENRICH Australia

PREPARE/ENRICH is celebrating its 35th Anniversary, but perhaps you are a marking a milestone anniversary this year as well. Anniversaries are times to not only celebrate and reflect on how far you’ve come over the years, but also to establish hopes, goals, and resolutions for the year to come. The CHANGE Model can help you develop an action plan for your relationship goals with six easy steps:

  1. Commit to a Specific Goal

First thing’s first. What is your goal? Perhaps you want to become a better listener for each other, or make one-on-one quality time more of a priority, or maybe you just want to improve the overall closeness in your relationship.

Make time with your partner to reflect on a goal that is Specific, be able to Measured to indicate progress, is Achievable, is Realistic and can be achieved within a Time frame that is comfortable for you and…

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