The Abundant Mind

Mastering Marriage Part 1 - The Four Horsemen, with Emma Hansen

July 11, 2022 Dr. Jake Hansen Season 2 Episode 16
The Abundant Mind
Mastering Marriage Part 1 - The Four Horsemen, with Emma Hansen
Show Notes

We get it.  You have a demanding schedule. We're guessing that your relationship -  specifically with your spouse, could probably use some fine tuning, right? Don't worry, you're not alone.

Many professionally successful individuals have complicated personal lives. Either they've been divorced, are currently struggling to keep their marriage afloat, or both. Finding a healthy balance may seem daunting, but we're here to tell you that with the right information and tools, it IS achievable.

In this week's episode, Emma Hansen joins her husband and host, Dr. Jake Hansen, in discussing some of the pearls they've acquired from 18 years of marriage together.  As firm believers in scientific based research - specifically the works of Dr. John and Julie Gottman, the couple hopes to inspire you with a roadmap to abundance and happiness within your marriage.

Part 1 of this series focuses on "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse"; what they are, how to avoid them and what to do when they enter into your union. As you listen, discover actions that help you strengthen any relationship - but especially the one between you and your spouse.

To learn more about The Gottman Method, you can visit their website, follow them on social media platforms including YouTube and Instagram, or seek out a Certified Gottman therapist near you.


Disclaimer: This episode expresses the personal experience and opinions of Dr. Jake Hansen and Emma Hansen and is not intended to replace individual or couples therapy in any way.  Neither of these individuals or The Abundant Mind are currently sponsored by The Gottman Institute or any of its affiliated programs.  We encourage you to seek expertise of a mental health professional as needed.

Any form of abuse is not part of a healthy relationship.  If you are a victim of domestic abuse or violence, please reach out to the
National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233, visit their website, or call 911. There is safety and support available to you.