75 Habits for a Happy Marriage (2013), co-authored with her husband Daniel Arthur Bush, PhD, offers simple, specific tools to increase connection and intimacy in a romantic relationship.
“Ashley and Daniel Bush present a smorgasbord of happiness habits that are fun and inviting and easy to use. But don’t let this fool you: these are powerful techniques that can go a long way toward saving a marriage. Because they make them sound so delicious, you will want to try a generous helping and implement as many as you can. ”
–Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT, author of Wired for Love: How Understanding Your Partner’s Brain and Attachment Style Can Help You Defuse Conflict and Build a Secure Relationship and Love and War in Intimate Relationships: Connection, Disconnection, and Mutual Regulation in Couple Therapy
Imagine being together with the one you love without negativity. Imagine a rich, loving relationship built on the foundations of kindness, appreciation, compliments, affection, support, honesty, tenderness, and attention. Imagine experiencing these fulfilling qualities on a daily basis.
The key to a great marriage is the quality of the habits you share together. Healthy, positive habits create an extraordinarily happy marriage. Negative habits create chronic dissatisfaction… Read an Excerpt
Learn more happiness habits for your relationship: Calling All Brides – 3 Daily Habits for Living ‘Happily Ever After’ (In Huffpo); 7 Small & Simple Habits for a Happy Marriage (In PsychCentral.com); Five Assumptions that Will Damage Your Marriage (In goodtherapy.com); How Healthy Couples Manage Conflict (In PsychCentral.com)