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Exhibit 23: Daily Reminder to be Nice

Name:
Date:              
Did you express appreciation at least once to your partner today?              
Did you compliment your partner at least once today?              
Did you give your partner any pleasant surprises today?              
Did you express visible affection to your partner at least once today?              
Did you spend some time devoting your complete attention to pleasant conversation with your partner?              
Did you initiate at least one of the pleasant conversations?              
Did you make any offer to help before being asked?              

Source: Sisson and Azrin 1989, pp. 254-255.

 

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