Every marriage faces unique struggles and has unique needs. The issues you are facing, along with your personality profiles, will determine whether a 1–1 or group-based approach is best for you.
I love that they’re simple, practical, straight-forward and ring true! Here, give them a read. These tips can only strengthen your marriage…
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These are just some quick tips on how you can deal with stonewalling in a relationship. If you’re the stonewalling person, remember, there is a difference between stonewalling and needing to process. If you need to process, say so, then hold up to your end of the bargain by coming back to it later. But suppose you find yourself wanting to ignore the subject or completely shut down because it’s your way of trying to fight with the other person. You’re trying to get back at them and really piss them off in a way you know is going to push their buttons. In that case, that’s stonewalling, and it is not helpful for the longevity of your relationship. You have to be able to talk about things and work them out.
From birth, we are told how things should look and feel, and most of what we are shown is unattainable. However, when we place our hopes and expectations for our lives and marriages in the Lord, we connect to the “tree of life.”
Your expectations, hopes, and dreams can be sky-high because they are what you have from God, and not fearfully based on a spouse who is a weak human, and who can never be your unmoveable and utterly reliable Rock.
HelpOurMarriage.org Before you give up, I suggest considering the following qualities and questions of your relationship:
by Perry Tanksley I once thought marriage took Just two to make a go, But now I am convinced It takes the Lord also. And not one marriage fails Where Christ is asked to enter, As lovers come together With Jesus at the center. But marriage seldom thrives, And homes are incomplete, Till He is…
by Matthew West Lie number one: You’re supposed to have it all togetherAnd when they ask how you’re doin’, just smile and tell them, “Never better” Lie number two: Everybody’s life is perfect except yoursSo keep your messes and your wounds and your secrets safe with you behind closed doors But truth be toldThe truth…
Terry & Maria discuss some of the common questions about the Retrouvaille marriage program.
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