Dr. Gottman’s Sound Relationship House features seven levels emphasizing the need for couples to build friendship, manage conflict, and create shared meaning.
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Certain negative communication styles are so lethal to a relationship that Dr. John Gottman calls them the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. They predict relationship failure with over 90% accuracy if the behavior isn't changed. So, what can you do?
One of the most significant theories created by The Gottman Institute is the Sound Relationship House. In John Gottman’s book, The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work, those seven principles are connected to each level, or floor, of the Sound Relationship House. Those levels are:
ONLINE RELATIONSHIP CHECK-UP. Take an online assessment at any time and in the setting of your choice. The assessment will have questions about friendship, intimacy, knowledge of your partner, style of managing emotions, how values and goals are shared, and what gives meaning to your lives.