Make goals and set clear objectives in place that will allow you to accomplishing those goals. Goals are long-term achievements so work on making them happen together. Have a fabulous week!
It's just about halfway through the month already! How time flies! This month's marriage challenge is to: Give your spouse a long, slow, and thorough massage complete with candles and relaxing music. Stress can make us feel tense. Help your spouse relieve some of the stress by giving them a massage. Have a relaxing weekend!😁
Ever feel like your spouse just doesn't pay attention or remember a thing you said? What's the solution to preventing repeat conversations? 1. Put the phones and devices on silent or learn to totally ignore them until your conversation is over. 2. Make eye contact and focus on what the speaker is saying. (Asking questions... Continue Reading →
It's so easy to zero in on what your spouse is NOT doing in your marriage. Instead, take a look at what they ARE doing even if it is something small. Think positively this week!
Don't allow anything to become more important than your marriage. If your hobby, job, or friendships become more important than your relationship, find ways to include your spouse in them. Have a fabulous week!
I love a good challenge. Don't you? Knowing that I'm challenged pushes me to accomplish a goal. Applying a challenge to a marriage makes for a total win-win situation. Both husband and wife can benefit. These monthly challenges are designed to make marriages stronger and to improve connections between couples. July's Challenge: Pray together with... Continue Reading →
A woman’s confidence should not be fueled by the feelings felt when her dressing causes someone to lust. Instead, her confidence should be fueled by the understanding that her body is a sacred gift intended only for her husband. Read my post "Confidence Refueled" to find out more about this topic. Have a fabulous week!
Just this week my family and I had to go to Philadelphia for an appointment. We don't like to go to cities all that often as we like the quiet atmosphere of the country. While we were waiting for our names to be called, I noticed my ten year old son looking uncomfortable as he... Continue Reading →
“Couples who work together learn how to take stress not as a personal attack but as a challenge they can take on together. The key to growth and enrichment in marriage is in discovering ways to convey, "I understand how you feel and I'm going to do my best to meet your needs. I love... Continue Reading →
“Love is something you do for someone else, not something you do for yourself.” ― Gary Chapman, The Five Love Languages Singles Edition I believe that many people go into marriage with the idea that they could somehow continue to behave as though they were single. Various media platforms portray married celebrities who behave as though they... Continue Reading →
As we've FINALLY been getting some warmer weather in our part of the world and the wedding season begins (or has it already begun?) my mind goes back to the day I got married. This post is not about my wedding day nor is it about how giddy I felt once I was married. My... Continue Reading →