Unhappy marriage after baby
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041: Tips To Rekindle Your Relationship & Heal An Unhappy Marriage After Baby

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Having a baby is an enormously stressful event on families in lots of ways. Of course there is the physical toll on the mother both before birth and postpartum but one area that is often neglected and underestimated, is the stress that the new arrival often causes to the parent’s relationship and harmony. 

In this week’s episode, I’m talking with marriage coach, Tiffany Tuttle, who had her baby during COVID. You’ll hear Tiffany talk about the stress it put on her relationship and how it almost led to the breakup of her marriage.

Tiffany and her partner refused to give up and together they brainstormed and came up with strategies to make their lives work whilst raising their baby. Tiffany is passionate about helping parents navigate their early stages in parenting to ensure their relationships continue to flourish and do not suffer and you’ll hear some excellent tips and strategies in this episode which you won’t want to miss!

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About Tiffany Tuttle

Tiffany Tuttle
Tiffany Tuttle is a marriage coach who helps couples improve communication. bring that spark back, and actually enjoy intimacy- all while raising kids that take all your time and energy!
Her clients come to her resentful and exhausted and walk away saying things like “We are communicating more, and everyday I take time out for myself to workout while he watches the kids.”
Working with Tiffany means you won’t have to figure out how to fix your marriage anymore. She’s created a system of clear easy steps that will take your marriage from roommates to soul mates again!

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