…these are things you can do to fix your own marriage without being/having a coach or having the participation of your spouse. Marriage is a commitment, not a convenience.
Have you ever thought about your fight style? Chances are, probably not. You know that you and your partner argue, every couple does. In fact, arguments can be a fantastic source of connection! It’s how you argue that really matters.
Moments of unhappiness are given to us to teach us something, even in marriage. If you’re always inconvenienced by something getting in the way of your happiness and you’re angry and bitter toward whatever came up, you’ll never actually solve the issue. You’ll run away from opportunity, quit on yourself, divorce your spouse, all because it got hard and you “weren’t happy.”
I have something that most parents don’t- a degree in education. That’s what’s getting me through the beginning of the year! Here are a few tips I can give you to help your sanity and help your child be as successful as possible.
You’ve planned your wedding day for months, maybe even over a year! Everything from the flowers to the caterer, the cake, the DJ, the venue, the guests, the list goes on and on. But have you planned for your marriage?
And for the love of summer, quit apologizing for how you look! If people are coming to see you based on what you look like (or your house for that matter) they need to make an appointment and you need new friends.