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Sharing and committing to support each other's values calms rocky waters and sets the stage for happiness and growth in relationships.

While you can't be responsible for someone else's behaviors and values, you can help to create an environment that makes relationships work better. Gaining and maintaining rapport establishes a bond or connection that improves communication. Sharing and committing to support each other's values calms rocky waters and sets the stage for happiness and growth in relationships.

You can gain rapport by matching and mirroring someone - in other words, communicating in a similar style, to make it comfortable for the other. By giving the person back their facial expression, voice tonality, body posture, word choice or breathing pattern, you connect with the other person on a deep level. Discussing values comes easier when you have rapport. Ask questions to find out what's important and why, so you can support them, and reasonably expect their support, too. Make your needs and wants understood too, so you can be supported in pursuing what is important to you.

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  • "They care and have a nice time doing it. I am thinking of going back again, but I am too embarrassed about not having continued with the exercises he prescribed. He said, Do them or you will come back here with worse...and guess what? I am too embarrassed to go back! But still will, I think..."
    Sydney J.
  • "Dr.Dan and his staff are the best! This team runs like a well oiled machine. They work diligently to get you in and out on time for your appointment. I tweaked my back and Dr.Dan and his staff helped me get back on my feet in now time! I highly recommend them."
    Tonissa M.