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Nov 17

Lessons from The DNA of Relationships


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Mar 19

2 Ingredients that Make any Marriage Work


Working with Christian couples who want to save their marriages has been a joy for me. It is a pleasure to see men and women committed to make their marriages work. Sometimes Christian couples are at a crossroad in their marriages because they let the burdens of life destroy the joy that God created marriage …

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Mar 14

Will you let your children take you to court too?


Raising children is one of the most rewarding experiences a couple can share.  Two individuals coming together to love, train, discipline, educate, encourage and inspire a baby to mature into a functional and responsible adult. That is not an easy job and it can create a strain in marriage. Last week, I came across a …

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Mar 07

Can I really do the Insanity Workout?


That was the main question I asked myself in January 2013. The Insanity Workout is intimidating. The name by itself suggested that if I embarked on this journey I need to be placed in an asylum. My husband put the challenge out there – he said, “Let’s do the insanity Workout together.” I took the …

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Jan 29

My Top Ten Favorite Marriage Quotes


Great marriages need constant enrichment. Although most couples walk down the aisle madly in love, everyday life happens. Couples who do not have any support and encouragement in their marriage toolbox suffer greatly. For some couples daily stress is just a test. For some couples daily stress lead to the dreaded divorce. One way, I …

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Jan 10

5 Tips to Build An Intentional Marriage


According to the Centers for Disease Control, fifty percent of first marriages end in divorce. Couples are walking down the aisle, but they are missing the most important point – love that survives the trials of life need to be intentional. With long work hours, long commute and a saturated electronic world, couples who succeed …

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Dec 26

Marriage Tool Thursday – Cleaning


Ihope you had a great Christmas.  Hopefully, Santa brought you all the gifts you wanted. For me the fun in receiving Christmas gifts lies solely on the surprise.  Now you know with surprise gifts, it is a hit or a miss. You can decide to keep the gifts or return them.  Since 2013 is slowing …

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Dec 24

Marriage Tool Tuesday – Be the Light


Christmas will be here in less than 24 hours; a new year will emerge in less than two weeks. Maybe the marriage you wanted in 2013 did not happened.  But, It is not too late to have the marriage you want. The question is – will you be the light that shine through the darkness …

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Dec 20

What Can You Learn from A Child?


Children have a funny way of teaching life lessons unexpectedly. I knew motherhood would teach me patience on a new level, but the marriage lessons I have been getting from my son have been priceless. My last class started when my son ran to my husband to escape bath time.  The issue was not the …

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Dec 19

Marriage Tool Thursday – Commitment Out of Love & Selflessness


Are you in it for the long haul? Marriages that fail are due to selfishness and lack of commitment. The honeymoon does not have to end. But you have to put in the work. Just because you said “I do”, you don’t have the right to put your marriage on cruise control.  Great marriage requires …

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