Shared Meaning

I believe that when individuals commit to one another, they establish a new culture, and some relationships can also involve the union of two very distinct cultures, especially here in Australia, which is one of the world’s most multicultural countries!

But even if two individuals come from the same location, culture, ethnicity, or religion, they have been raised in two completely different families, and their union will result in the establishment of a new culture..Couples can actively establish shared meaning by discussing these 3 x topics:

πŸ’— Daily Rituals of connection

πŸ’— Shared goals

πŸ’— Supporting each other’s life roles.

I’d like you to consider how effectively you and your partner have been able to establish a sense of shared meaning in your relationship. Remember, there’s always room for improvement and that’s fine.

I encourage you to review those 3 x important topics with your Significant Other to create or maintain your Shared Meaning in your relationship.

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