Porsha Principle 7: Repair the ruptures…they can ruin you.

Porsha Jones
No relationship is immune to hurt. Sometimes, the damage is superficial, and you laugh it off together, but occasionally, it can cut deep into the relationship and leave a scar. No matter the damage, couples should proactively work on healing the hurt they experience in their relationships and repairing the damage.

In this video, Porsha describes the three types of ruptures that occur in relationships (scrapes, bruises, and deep cuts) and offers practical strategies for preventing ruptures from occurring and for cleanly recovering from ruptures so that they don’t jeopardize the relationship. She closes by instructing you in how to perform a Rupture Review, a chance to learn from past ruptures and to repair any unhealed ruptures.


  • Introduction
  • Attachment Bonds and Emotional Responsiveness
  • The 3 Types of Ruptures and Their Causes
  • Intervention Strategies
  • Proactive Strategies
  • Putting the Principle into Practice (Rupture Review)

Course Features

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