Love Your Relationship

  • Categories Relationships
  • Total Enrolled 0
  • Last Update February 11, 2021


We sometimes become complacent and forget to pause and appreciate our partners. Having searched and found your partner, you’ll want to make sure they’re at the top of your list. Priority number one. But with life getting in the way, how can you?
With this course, your love relationship will be stronger. Instead of ships passing in the night, you’ll find that even the smallest of moments in the day can be opportunities to help your love grow.

Topics for this course

5 Lessons

Love Your Relationship

Prioritise Your Love00:01:07
For Better or Worse00:02:09
The Blame Game00:02:10
Accept not Change00:03:16
Magnify the qualities00:14:05

About the instructor

Dr Yvonne Yates is a Practitioner Psychologist, currently working in independent practice. She spends her time writing and recording for Zen Buddy, delivering psychological therapy, and assessing learning difficulties. She has worked in a range of settings and organisations, including adult primary care, education, memory and rehabilitation, young offenders, and child and adolescent mental health (CAMHS), helping diverse client groups with their mental and emotional wellbeing, and learning needs.
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22 Courses

11 students


Material Includes

  • Five lessons on how to get your relationship back on track and make it the best it can be.
  • Five ‘practice with me’ videos.
  • Practical advice on how to make the most of the available time you share together.
  • Top tips on how to rekindle the romance.
  • Guidance on how to tolerate you partner’s flaws.
  • Solutions to stop blame from sabotaging your relationship.
  • Exploration of your partner’s qualities through a magnifying glass.

Target Audience

  • This course is for adults who have slipped into the habit of taking their closest love relationship for granted and want to re-prioritise and revisit the very reasons why they fell in love with each other. Spending time together, noticing each other, looking out for threats to your relationship, and focusing on your partner’s strengths will help you navigate the highs and lows of life, ensuring you’re walking in the same direction. You’ll be holding hands in public again before you know it!