A trust fall is a trust-building exercise that may seem small but fosters large results.
We may have done it as a fun activity with friends but it can actually be a part of couples therapy at home.
For this exercise, eliminate distractions such as television, video games, and smartphones for 10 minutes a day. Go back and forth telling each other the things you love and appreciate about them. This feel-good exercise creates positive thinking and boosts self-esteem.
Abstaining from technology and focusing on your partner is actually advocated by many marriage counselors among the relationship building activities for couples.
Since you are working on bettering your relationship, it’s time for the team building exercise.
This fun step involves the two of you trying something new that requires you to rely on one another.
Smartphones and devices are a great way to connect to the world, but they have a surprisingly bad effect on your personal relationships.
After all, how can you give your spouse your undivided attention when you are checking your phone every ten minutes?
It sounds like an easy game, but it requires trust and blind faith in the blindfolded spouse that their partner will catch them.
This may cause the blindfolded partner to turn around, fearing that their partner will miss.