Last night I had the privilege of speaking at a local MOPS group with my friend Jeremy Rose from College Nannies and Tutors. Our theme was on dating your spouse. What a fun time! One of the things that struck me last night was the importance of women getting together to share their ideas and give encouragement to one another. Jeremy also offered his perspective as a father and husband. We talked about the barriers to spending time with your partner and ideas for how to overcome them. I love giving talks about love and building intimacy. We all need a reminder sometimes of being intentional in our relationships. It is good for you. If you have any tips, I would love to hear about them. Happy Valentine's Day!
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If I come across a great resource, I like to share it! Especially if it can help remove barriers in relationships or barriers to therapy. When I meet with parents, I like to find out what they do to take care of each other and nurture their relationships. Some think it is too selfish to take time away from the kids. (See what I think about the word "selfish" here) But another issue that can come up is simply logistical - who is going to watch the kids? It is hard to find people you trust to watch your children. This, by the way, can be a reason why a couple is avoiding going to couples therapy. I met today with a great guy, Jeremy Rose. He runs College Nannies and Tutors in Irvine. What I love about this business is that not only are their staff trained and have an extensive background check, but you don't have to have a nanny in the traditional daily, 9-5 sense. They provide nannies for a one time event, emergencies, or for those with after school needs. So if you have been putting off spending time with your partner because of childcare issues, check them out.