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Category: Self-Discovery

How Your Childhood Impacts Your Marriage

Marriage Myth #119: the past is in the past and it will not affect my adult life. You see, our greatest sense of identity, confidence, …

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5 Healthy Habits for Women

Women can be catty, insecure, jealous and gossipy but this world needs more women who are compassionate, confident, self-aware and loving. I love seeing women …

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30 Questions to Ask Before Getting Married

No one wants to marry the wrong person, yet somehow so many people do. At some point during your dating and engaged life, you need …

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How To Appreciate Your Differences

   Do opposites attract? They sure do! It’s managing those opposites once you move past attraction and into marriage that becomes critical to your success. …

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50 Road Trip Conversation Starters for Couples

Did someone say ROAD TRIP?! Driving, especially if it’s a longer trip, is one of the best times to have a good conversation with your …

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Defining ‘Enough’ in Marriage

“Scarcity is the ‘never enough’ problem…Scarcity thrives in a culture where everyone is hyper-aware of lack. Everything from safety and love to money and resources …

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Dear Fellow Husband: How To Find Emotional Connection With Your Wife

Let’s be honest, if you’re reading this post it’s because you’re having problems connecting with your wife. It is called “How to Find Emotional Connection …

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Couples

It’s amazing how many people commit to bettering themselves going into the new year. Not sure if this is the 28th post about resolutions or …

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5 Tips For Engaged Couples

Congratulations! You’re engaged to the love of your life. Now what? Being engaged is undoubtedly one of the most exciting and also stressful times in …

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How To Appreciate Your Spouse’s Flaws

Someone wise once told me “every trait a person has becomes magnified in marriage.” While at the time I believed that was wisdom, I did …

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