Navigating the complexities of an inter-faith relationship can be difficult, especially during the holiday season. Forty-nine perfect of unmarried relationships and 39% of marriages are inter-faith, and the numbers continues to grow. Today's episode will help you learn how to communicate with your partner during the holiday's and beyond. Don't be the Grinch this holiday season, listen this episode to get the tools to maintain a happy and healthy relationship.
Learn how to communicate about your differences and establish rules to operate under in your relationship.
Understand why our needs are not always met in a relationship, and why that's OK.
How to deal with parents who might be pushing their religious views on you or your partner.
Remembering that you got together because of your differences and this is what should be appealing about your partner. It would be pretty boring if you agreed on everything!
And much more!
Diane Barth is a psychotherapist and psychoanalyst in New York City where she works with individuals, couples, and families and leads private study groups. She also offers workshops for therapists around the country. Her articles have been published in numerous professional journals and books.
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