Making reflection and thankfulness a part of your annual anniversary traditions can greatly strengthen your marriage.
Marriage is a life-long relationship in which vows are made to your mate and to God, and therefore, never to be taken lightly. Be sure you really, truly know your fiancé before making that life-long commitment.
Running a business, just like marriage, requires humility, wisdom, and compromise. Marriage and business are not the place to unconsciously expect to always get my way.
Each person comes to their wedding with a unique set of life experiences and levels of childhood trauma that impact the marriage relationship.
Relationships are like a dance. Communication takes effort, but with practice, each of us can be a safe place for our loved one’s tender needs.
Insidious, overwhelm is the urgent that competes with – and often wins – in the daily war between the important and the urgent.
Having open and honest communication around money management, you and your partner can share personal goals and concerns, understand each other’s financial habits, establish alignment, and agree upon a shared vision.
As a couple, decide on your boundary lines. How can you respect one another when issues arise and you don’t agree?
It’s hard work to rebuild trust and intimacy after the betrayal of infidelity, but when both partners are willing to do the work, it’s worth it.
If we are not diligent to date our mate, the business and busyness of life can infringe until we spend less time together now that we are married than we did before our vows.