Lesson: Tell your husband how you prefer to communicate ("I want to hear your voice"), and don't let tech interrupt couple time.
Leave phones and computers out of the bedroom if possible, "and on date nights, ignore calls unless it's the babysitter," Hoffman recommends.
'" says Michelle Crosby, a family attorney in San Francisco and co-founder of Wevorce, a company dedicated to amicable divorces.
Lesson: Air grievances before they fester, suggests Kimberly Friedmutter, a life-management coach in Malibu, CA—and be specific. ' explain, 'When you're late for dinner with our friends, I feel embarrassed.'" If you aren't getting across, seek counseling. Technology takes precedence over their relationships. Ever see some guyyapping on his cell, ignoring his wife?
"If he comes home and seems glum, ask what's wrong, but if he's reticent, don't push.
Just say, 'I'm sorry, it's just that you seem down.
Getting undivided attention can keep you together.3.