Both of you need to allow yourselves to be held accountable for the growth you’d like to see. Couples must hold each other accountable to keep healthy agreements they’ve made. Without accountability, your relationship could swerve off track and into a state of disorder. Gently remind each other that the agreements you made together will ensure ongoing growth. Notice any old patterns if they are settling in again and then reset those patterns utilizing the new tools you’ve learned.
Remember this verse when you need a little push: “Therefore, laying aside falsehood, speech truth, each one of you, with his neighbor, for we are members of one another.” (Ephesians 4: 25)