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1402, 2024

Keeping Our Eyes on What Matters

By |February 14th, 2024|

Every engaged couple needs to discern their own path. Downsize, divide, delay, or go deluxe – whatever path they decide in this era of uncertainty, the vows they make on their wedding day will be one thing that stays the same.

702, 2024
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Be My Valen-time!

By |February 7th, 2024|

Modern relationships are plagued by busyness. And when our relationship is neglected, we often end up arguing during the little time we do spend together. With Valentine’s Day approaching, it’s the perfect opportunity to give the gift of time.

3101, 2024
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Resolutions to Have and to Hold

By |January 31st, 2024|

Inherent to the New Year resolution is the idea of becoming a better person. No sane person aspires to drink more or learn how to smoke as a New Year goal. Yet, so many of us fail to create the permanent change in ourselves that we seek. Why is that?

1701, 2024
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Bids for Connection

By |January 17th, 2024|

Bids for Connection can include doing a task the other will appreciate but not expect, a word of affirmation or appreciation. They are simple gestures that are an invitation to move forward together.

1001, 2024
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Marriage on Fire

By |January 10th, 2024|

Every marriage, ours included, has ‘bad fire seasons’. It’s inevitable; when two people commit their lives to each other and then get busy, tired and stressed, we can only expect trouble.

2712, 2023
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Make Some New Year Resolutions

By |December 27th, 2023|

One of the most important resolutions we can make is to give our marriages and relationships higher priority. The most vital and satisfying marriages are intentional. They don’t leave their relationship to chance, but actively foster habits which deepen their intimacy.

2012, 2023
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For Better is Important Too

By |December 20th, 2023|

Optimistic couples have learnt that passion and joy in marriage is not always spontaneous but it can be, and needs to be, cultivated. Our hearts long for companionship in both the sorrows and joys of our lives.

1512, 2023
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Three Keys to a Successful Marriage

By |December 15th, 2023|

Staying married requires a life-long commitment to keep learning. It seems to me that once you think you know it all, you will find you know nothing. Humility is the prerequisite for growth as a person. The same is true for your marriage.

612, 2023
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Displacing Contempt with Respect

By |December 6th, 2023|

Contempt has been identified as a corrosive relationship pattern among couples headed for bust. An expression of despisal, contempt is the toxic cousin to criticism.

412, 2023
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I’m Not the Same Woman He Married

By |December 4th, 2023|

In my opinion, there’s nothing more attractive than a man who’s a great dad. Becoming parents has brought out parts of ourselves we would never have known were there.

2911, 2023
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Love in the Waiting

By |November 29th, 2023|

Waiting teaches us humility and patience – essential virtues for healthy relationships. It opens a space for reflecting, allowing us to stop ‘doing’ and to simply be aware… of ourselves, our world, the person before us.

2211, 2023
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Wedding Stress Tamed!

By |November 22nd, 2023|

Planning a wedding is busy and stressful. There’s lots to think about and lots of factors to consider in every decision: the budget, the aesthetic, and the cost-benefit analysis.

2510, 2023
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The Power of Why

By |October 25th, 2023|

Rather than just burying it or pushing harder into an argument, we try to take a step back to privately ask ourselves some why questions: why am I reacting this way? Where is this coming from?

2709, 2023
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Frustrated Marriage

By |September 27th, 2023|

Over the past decade, we’ve frequently had frustrated husbands or wives approach us for help. This led us to create the BreakThrough course for individual spouses in distressed marriages.

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