Christmas and Marriage meet “In order to keep our expectations of love for each other realistic, we must look deeper and wider than our love for one another. We must look to the source of LOVE. Even when we love each other well… when we continuously learn and grow to do this in creative new … More Can you LOVE me like this? Part 3
Who would have thought that discovering and understanding our own emotional needs and sharing them with our spouse would be a key to unlocking a deeper emotional oneness and satisfaction in our marriage? It’s true. It has enabled us to communicate to each other ways in which we best feel loved, ways best fitting our … More Can you love me like this? Part 2, ‘How I best feel loved’
Sometimes our love for our spouse is a little misaligned because we simply do not tell them how we best feel loved. Talk it out. Spell it out for each other. And then ask, “Can you love me like this?”
“Far too often drift in marriage occurs for so long, that we come to hardly know or recognize the person we are married to. Even worse, we start not liking them or seeking needs and wants filled by someone else.” Mark Wanders Some days life can be difficult even in the little things. Take for … More How 90 Minutes Can Strengthen Your Marriage
Marriage life can be busy. And in no time at all we can become so wrapped up in our own things we lose sight of the togetherness aspect of it and drift far from the person who was supposed to be our best friend. What if we regularly invested in island retreats…islands of clarity? Belize … More Islands of Clarity
On our wedding day our vows seem so easy to say. We’re so in love. Everyone else’s marriage had trouble, but somehow our marriage is going to be different. It’s almost like we’ll live happily ever after. And then situations in life occur that were supposed to only happen to other people. Trials. Of many … More Together… till death do us part.
In the craftsman’s shop you’ll find a can or bottle of “wood glue” on the shelf. He carefully uses it to bond specific pieces of wood together. This enduring bond allows for these two glued pieces of wood to become one. “Togetherness” is like a glue that bonds a couple through the thick and thin … More Crafting a Stronger Marriage: “Togetherness”