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This podcast is for those who are interested in improving their intimate relationship. If you are in a relationship, and believe in keeping the spark alive, this podcast is for you. For those couples who are dating, engaged, newlyweds, married, or in a long term relationship, we will focus on enhancing your intimate connection. Dr. Kia James, will interview specialists, relationship coaches, marriage counselors, and successful couples to bring you tips, advice, and strategies for making your good relationship or marriage better. Of course, these tips can also benefit couples who are experiencing relationship stress. We will cover topics related to successful co-parenting, creating a healthy blended family, dating, sex, love, passion, supporting your partner, and much more. Nurture your relationship and avoid relationship road blocks. Tune in as we discuss relationship tips that will give your relationship that extra boost!
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Oct 12, 2016

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Newlyweds: tips for after the wedding ceremony

Monika Cope of the Relationship Boosters provides tips and advice for those couples who have just been married.

After you spend thousands of dollars on a wedding, you need to ensure that you are also spending the same time and energy on the actual investment, your marriage. Listed below are some things to consider when moving into the next phase of your relationship.


  • Planning for the wedding can take away from your focus on each other; therefore, you need to spend time intentionally connecting during and after the planning of your ceremony.
  • Make your relationship a priority!
  • Once you’re married, remember it is not just you anymore. You are a part of a team.
  • Get to know each other by asking questions.
    • There are always new things to learn about your partner.
  • Keep the excitement going by planning small trips and activities together.
    • Make sure you compromise by doing some things that your partner may like.
  • Start difficult conversations by coming from a place of curiosity.
  • Don’t not let the day to day distractions take away from your relationship

The real work begins when the wedding is all said and done.

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