Reigniting the Flame In Your Relationship: Make a Memory
This week in our Reigniting the Flame series, Dr. Matt Townsend talks – in his hilarious way - about the importance of creating new memories with your spouse. He asks you to think back to when you were dating and about how every activity you did with each other created a fun memory between the two of you. How do we make moments worth remembering now? Get tips from Matt on how to plan dates that will create great and lasting memories with your spouse. Check it out:
Check out our other relationship videos with Matt Townsend:
- Part 1: Make a Date
- Part 2: Look for the Fun, Not the Familiar
- Part 3: Talk and Laugh Together
- Part 4: Eye-to-Eye
- Part 5: Get In
Stay tuned for more relationship videos from Matt Townsend. For more relationship and marriage resources from Matt, go to http://matttownsend.com.
How do you and your partner make new memories with each other?
For over 18 years, Matt Townsend has been energizing and involving audiences with his unique approach to building and maintaining successful personal and business relationships. Matt has the perfect mix of cutting edge research in communication and human relationships combined with the skill of a top-notch humorist. This blend ensures that audiences are entertained as well as enlightened and leave with practical information that can be immediately applied to their life.
Matt earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Communication as well as a master’s degree in Human Development and recently received his doctoral degree in Human Development. He is the host of KSL News Radio’s weekly broadcast of The Matt Townsend Show heard on Saturday morning at 11:00 the daily on Sirius/XM Channel 143 BYU Radio (link to podcasts on iTunes is http://www.itunes.com/podcast?id=579007695).
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