The Key to Healthy Communication and Conflict in Marriage

Back by popular demand, in this episode Dr. Duana Welch answers listeners top questions about healthy relationships and marriage!

Dr. Duana Welch is the original “Love Factually” author and coach known for using social science to solve real-life relationship issues. She was a professor at universities in Florida, California, and Texas across 20 years, and has contributed to NPR, PBS, Psychology Today, and numerous other outlets, podcasts and videos. Her first book, “Love Factually: 10 Proven Steps from I Wish to I Do” (2015), is now out globally in five languages.

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How to Strengthen Your Relationship by Connecting More Securely

Relationship advice that is science-based? Yes, please!

Dr. Duana Welch is the original Love Factually author and coach, known for using social science to solve real-life relationship issues.

In this episode, Dr. Welch dives into some of the top issues couples struggle with and how her science-backed research helps individuals connect more securely in their relationships, whether they are already in a relationship or looking for a healthy one.

I have often heard the request for more podcast episodes about marriage, and this episode with Dr. Duana Welch is extremely eye-opening and helpful. Download and listen here or find wherever you get podcasts.

Key Topics:

  • How family of origin impacts adult relationships
  • What attachment style is and why it’s important to understand your attachment style at birth shapes your adulthood
  • How to become more secure in your relationship
  • The 4 Cs of a secure attacher
  • How to create deeper intimacy
  • How to pick what you need for a healthy relationship

Find more information about Dr. Welch at her website lovefactually.co.

Check out the relationship app Paired, where she is an expert.

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