Author Archives: David Kueker

The greatest thing you can do for your marriage is to learn to focus more on yourself.

I thought of you when I read this quote from “The Self-Centered Marriage: The Revolutionary ScreamFree Approach to Rebuilding Your “We” by Reclaiming Your “I”” by Hal Edward Runkel, Jenny Runkel – “ The greatest thing you can do for … Continue reading

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Learning to stay calm … is the first and best step you can take to revolutionize your relationship.

I thought of you when I read this quote from “The Self-Centered Marriage: The Revolutionary ScreamFree Approach to Rebuilding Your “We” by Reclaiming Your “I”” by Hal Edward Runkel, Jenny Runkel – “ What’s the logical conclusion of the story? … Continue reading

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Whenever we give in to the natural anxieties of marriage, we make it harder for our brains to function clearly.

I thought of you when I read this quote from “The Self-Centered Marriage: The Revolutionary ScreamFree Approach to Rebuilding Your “We” by Reclaiming Your “I”” by Hal Edward Runkel, Jenny Runkel – “ First of all, allowing ourselves to become … Continue reading

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… we all get anxiously reactive.

I thought of you when I read this quote from “The Self-Centered Marriage: The Revolutionary ScreamFree Approach to Rebuilding Your “We” by Reclaiming Your “I”” by Hal Edward Runkel, Jenny Runkel – “ That’s the power of emotional reactivity; that’s … Continue reading

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Emotional reactivity is our greatest enemy when it comes to creating great relationships.

I thought of you when I read this quote from “The Self-Centered Marriage: The Revolutionary ScreamFree Approach to Rebuilding Your “We” by Reclaiming Your “I”” by Hal Edward Runkel, Jenny Runkel – ““ I don’t know if I can handle … Continue reading

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no one can be ready for marriage before marriage because nothing prepares us for marriage except marriage.

I thought of you when I read this quote from “The Self-Centered Marriage: The Revolutionary ScreamFree Approach to Rebuilding Your “We” by Reclaiming Your “I”” by Hal Edward Runkel, Jenny Runkel – “ She knew that she loved me, but … Continue reading

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our growing ability to connect through technology has not lessened our anxiety about being disconnected; it’s magnified it exponentially.

Every Great Marriage Is a Self-Centered Marriage Sometimes when people are under stress, they hate to think, and it’s the time when they most need to think. –BILL CLINTON Apparently, Facebook and all the other exploding social-networking sites know me … Continue reading

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Screaming is the term I use to describe the greatest enemy we all face in our marriage: emotional reactivity. That’s a big, clinical expression to describe the process of letting our anxious emotions override our clear thinking. Getting emotionally reactive … Continue reading

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The answer is this: We all scream too much.

I thought of you when I read this quote from “The Self-Centered Marriage: The Revolutionary ScreamFree Approach to Rebuilding Your “We” by Reclaiming Your “I”” by Hal Edward Runkel, Jenny Runkel – “ So, if you and I are both … Continue reading

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Producers and advertisers know exactly what we all desire most, and it is all about intense, romantic connection.

I thought of you when I read this quote from “The Self-Centered Marriage: The Revolutionary ScreamFree Approach to Rebuilding Your “We” by Reclaiming Your “I”” by Hal Edward Runkel, Jenny Runkel – “ The second way we can tell that … Continue reading

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