WSP Ep 6: Creating Companionship, Connection, and Compatibility Despite Your Differences

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Want him to be into what you’re “into”? To have more in common? To talk about more that is exciting and interesting to BOTH of you?

In this episode, Ramona and her husband, Dale, answer a wife who is struggling to emotionally connect with her man; a man that is her “opposite” in so many ways. Listen and learn how you can feel closer as friends through common interests despite very different personalities, interests, or approaches to family life!

Throw Me a WifeSaver: “We have very different personalities and our perspectives are exact opposite based on our experience in life… I have wondered is there a point to continue with not much in common? How do I remedy this?”

Key Topics:

  • Why feeling disconnected is a crisis that needs addressing
  • What a wife and husband could be “forgetting” or misunderstanding
  • Whether or not “having similarities” will solve their problems
  • What two actions will have the most impact on her feelings towards him
  • The optimal use of time to foster connection
  • The “circle” approach/exercise to discovering or creating common interests
  • How to become involved in each other’s sphere of interests
  • The truth behind the premise that having nothing in common means you’re not compatible

4 thoughts on “WSP Ep 6: Creating Companionship, Connection, and Compatibility Despite Your Differences”

  1. Thank you for another enriching podcast! I loved the circle exercise and the emphasis on exclusive time together to strengthen the bond. I’m still working on getting the exclusive time outside of our home!

  2. I’m loving these podcasts! I like hearing both the male and female perspectives as you work to answer these great questions. I’m walking away from this podcast with a renewed dedication to carve out more time for my husband and I to spend together. The circle exercise is really helpful. I realize that we have a number of overlapping interests, but sometimes I sabotage the fun that we could be having together doing our shared activities because of my own fears of not being “good enough” at the activity. What a waste of precious time together! The comment at the very beginning about “re-learning how to have fun” struck me. This week, I’m going to focus on letting go of the perfectionism, traveling lighter, and creating more fun moments with my sweetie.

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