Our Relationships Are The Key To Our Happiness.
The Bower Institute believes our relationships with our significant others and our children, our friends and our family, are the leading influencers in our lifelong happiness. Here at the Bower Institute, we believe in turning these relationships from potential points of conflict and pain to what they should be: avenues to the love, connection, and happiness we all deserve.
Stop struggling to find love and connection. Build relationships that last a lifetime and better both you and your partner more than you’ve ever imagined.
Connect more closely to more than just your significant other. Build relationships with your children, with your parents, and with your siblings that go far beyond “family.”
From your friends to your co-workers, develop firm foundations for success, both professionally and personally, to go above and beyond what you ever thought possible.
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Keep up to date on the latest news and research, trends and ideas to keep your marriage healthy, your relationships happy, and maybe find the person you’ve been waiting for.
One of the most common complaints we hear when it comes to our marriages is pretty simple, but at the same time so, very complicated: “We don’t have fun anymore.” I say it’s simple because it feels like it should be easy to fix, right? Unfortunately, when you start to feel like things aren’t as […]
3 Ways Spending More Time With Your Husband Can Help Your Kids Grow Into Healthier, More Well-Adjusted Adults.
There’s a long-standing belief in the married world that, once you have children, all other things in the world fall to the side so you can spend time with them – including your husband. Many women (and men) believe it’s not only “normal” for parents to let their own relationship (and their own time alone) […]
For many households, the door to Mom and Dad’s room is only locked on one occasion: they’re getting some much needed “personal time” that the kids don’t really need (or want) to see. Otherwise, many parents leave their rooms wide open and inviting. Maybe that’s something we should put an end to. When I was […]
It all started because you meant well. Maybe your daughter sleeps better when she’s in bed with you and your husband. Maybe you sleep better knowing she’s safe. Perhaps your son had nightmares and he went from an occasional visitor to a regular occupant. Whatever the initial cause, the fact remains that your bed is […]
You’re sitting down in the living room, watching TV with your husband, when suddenly you realize that you two haven’t talked about anything substantial in ages. Most of your conversations are about paying the bills, who is doing what chore, or what the kids are up to in school. You might ask him how his […]