Communication

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7 Tips to Surviving and Thriving in A Long Distance Marriage

Marriage is a wild and challenging journey all on its own. So it makes sense that, no matter the reason, when you add ‘long-distance’ into the mix, you find yourself up against some real “make it or break it” scenarios. Whether your spouse is in the military, travels a lot for work, or is pursuing …

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16 Road Trip Conversation Starters for Families

Family Road Trip! Having an opportunity to blast some music, enjoy the beautiful scenery, and talk without interruptions are just some of the reasons we love road trips with our kids. Now, the older our kids are getting, the more challenge it is to get them to really open up (darn puberty!) and talk to …

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How to Apologize the Right Way

     Do you…  … and your spouse have the same fights over and over again? … feel like there is no resolve to your issues?  … feel like your spouse apologizes but rarely means it?  … ever think “What if what I did wasn’t wrong? Should I still apologize?”   … have a spouse who …

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What To Say Instead of “You Always” or “You Never”

   If you’ve been married for a while, you might have heard your partner say something like: “Well, you always _____” or “you never _____”. You may also know that the fight that comes after those words is usually not worth it and is often regretted by one or both of you. Words like always …

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41 Questions To Ask Your Spouse Right Now

My husband and I are complete opposites when it comes to conversation. I am an external processor and love to talk out loud. My husband is an internal processor and figures out almost everything in his head. This means that sometimes, in marriage, I feel like our conversations are one-sided. More accurately, I feel like …

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15 Funny Texts to Send Your Spouse

Texting is such a great way to stay connected while being apart form your spouse and adding some humor will bring an even bigger smile to their face when they read your text! Here are 15 funny texts to send to your spouse when they need a little pick me up: So, I heard that a kiss …

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18 Texts That Say “I’m Sorry”

      While it’s important to give a formal apology in person when you’ve messed up, it’s also good to follow up with a phone call or text to remind your spouse how sorry you really are. Sending “I’m sorry” texts shows that you’re trying to rebuild trust and repair your relationship. Now these texts are to help …

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How to Deal With a Selfish Spouse

My mentor told me years ago that the greatest enemy to marriages is selfishness. I think we all start out doing whatever it takes for our partner to know that we love them and even go out of our way to make each other happy. Somewhere along the way, we unintentionally put other things first …

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What to Do When Your Spouse Stops Trying

     Have you been the ONLY one putting effort into your marriage? Have you asked to go to counseling and always get the same negative response from your spouse? Are you usually the one who is trying to engage and initiate connection? Do you make effort most days while your spouse has stopped trying? …

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