Shifting from partners to parents is hard.
After all, you’ve added a third person to your relationship—one who’s always crying and never sleeping—leaving you with little left to give to one another.
Conversations center around the baby’s needs instead of your own.
Quality time (and the energy for it) is hard to find.
When conflict arises, you’re not sure how to handle it anymore.
You know you love each other. So how do you get past the disconnect, dissatisfaction, and defensiveness, and work as a team again?
Staying connected after baby is difficult.
But with the right tools and resources, you can find your way back to each other—starting today.
With The Connected Couple’s Guide you can:
Repair your relationship
Reconnect with your partner
And start working as a team.- GET THE COURSE ($99) -
The Connected Couple’s Guide curriculum
Get to the root of your struggles, so you can heal, grow, and thrive together after baby.
The Struggle is Real
Discover the common struggles couples face in the transition to parenthood, and identify the signs your relationship needs some TLC (tender loving care).
How to Understand and Be Understood
Learn how to make your partner feel seen and heard. Understand the difference between active and reflective listening, and implement strategies for both.
Keys to Communication
Ditch criticism, avoid assumptions, and master the art of kind, direct communication so your partner feels safe sharing their feelings and needs.
Discover how to establish rules that preserve your connection, even in conflict, and how to repair when an argument goes too far.
Check and Connect
Identify ways to prioritize time together, even when schedules are tight, so you can build intimacy and strengthen your bond as a couple.
Create a shared vision, establish goals, and protect and maintain your connection to one another.
Supporting You (and your Boo) in the Transition to Parenthood
As therapists and moms who have been there, we know how challenging it is to get the help you need to repair your relationship.
Just admitting you’re struggling is hard enough, without trying to convince your spouse to go to therapy, or find a sitter to watch the baby, or squeeze an appointment into the only hour you have for yourself anymore.
We created The Connected Couple’s Guide to make what we do more accessible to parents just like you. This self-paced online course helps you:
Helping Couples Like You Get Their Lives Back
"Sasha and Alex helped my husband and I learn to work together and communicate SO much better! They made me feel so much less alone in this!"
Build the life you want with the one you love the most.
1. Buy the Course
Our online videos are easy to access, and fit into whatever small pockets of time you have (and with a baby, we know that isn’t much!)
2. Follow the Guide
We’ll walk you through the same process we use with our own clients, and give you practical ways to customize the tools for your specific needs.
3. Thrive Together after Baby
Feel less alone and more equipped to embrace and overcome the challenges of your new role as a parent.
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Bundle & Save!
Get access to both The Roadmap to Parenthood & The Connected Couple's Guide for $199 (Save $49). This bundle is perfect for couples looking to feel less stressed, more like themselves again and strengthen their relationship with their partner.
This bundle includes:
Wave bye-bye to miscommunication
The transition from partners to parents can make it hard to communicate the way you used to. If you’re struggling to say what you mean, get what you need, and work together as a team, we’re here to help!
Download our three-step formula for productive, problem-solving conversations that work.