"Reducing the divorce rate one marriage at a time"
1-Establishing a Covenant Foundation
2-Owning Your Brokenness
3-Learning to Share Power
4-Developing Emotional Attachment
5-Cultivating Sexual Fireworks
6-Staying in Love
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As I'm sure you know, marriage can be tough work. We fall in love so easily but staying in love can be difficult. Add to this wounds from our past, busy schedules, and unmet needs and things can get tense quickly. All couples can benefit from marriage counseling to have a safe place to discuss their marital issues and receive objective feedback from someone who has their marriage's best interest in mind. Marriage counseling can provide tools and insights on how to develop a satisfying, thriving relationship.
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Ready to read through some helpful articles on how to have a better marriage? Welcome to our marriage blog! Each post is transcribed from our podcast for convenient accessibility. Marriage blog posts are helpful because you can read them multiple times and at your own pace. In addition, you can share them with your family/friends who may benefit from the articles too. Also, sometimes seeing concepts spelled out in black and white help them stick longer, especially for visual learners.