Tuesday, April 12th, 2011 at 10:32 pm

I want your input!  Why?  Because what you want matters to me. Tell me what aspect of managing conflict, managing your relationship, or any other aspect of your relationship you would like to see become part of my new program.  The name of that program?


This extensive program is nearing completion, and will consist of several videos.  Each video will cover a particular topic related to the many issues couples face in their relationship:  All the crucial secrets of managing conflict, dealing with intense feelings, how to talk so you can be heard, how to listen so you can understand what’s being said, the three main secret areas of data that describe our experience, and why we fail to convey that to our partner effectively.  And there is much more!

So, put your stamp on it–let me know what is important to you, what you really want help with, and I will do my best to incorporate all the feedback I get directly in to the program.

Now go ahead, put your post right below this one.  And thank you–I appreciate it.

In the mean time, I wish you a satisfying relationship!

Jim Hutt, Ph.D, MFT


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  1. intriguing request indeed!
    According to me, one of the most important things in relationship is finding the resources needed to mantain the relationship itself well alive.
    That is, always finding the word, the gesture, the smile that made our love story so special in the beginning

    Comment by Pierangelo — April 13, 2011 @ 5:54 am

  2. Thanks a lot. I look forward to this new program.

    Comment by lata.r.iyer — April 13, 2011 @ 6:22 am

  3. Thank you for that, Pierangelo! Can you say more about how to do that when under the stress of a conflict?

    Comment by Dr. J. Hutt — April 13, 2011 @ 10:15 am

  4. Coping with bi-cultural marriage stress

    Comment by TJ — April 13, 2011 @ 4:51 pm

  5. Bi-cultural partnerships definitely provide for some very specific conflicts that need to be understood in a very particular way. Thank you!

    Comment by Dr. J. Hutt — April 13, 2011 @ 4:55 pm

  6. Pierangelo, how right you are! Now if only all of us could/would keep our focus on those early moments when we saw all the cool moments, the memorable positive moments, in our relationship that made each other special!

    Comment by Dr. J. Hutt — April 19, 2011 @ 10:28 am

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