Jesse and I celebrated our 18th anniversary not too long ago (our marriage is formally an grownup!) and we had enjoyable sitting down and recounting 10 classes we’ve realized in 18 years of marriage.
We discuss classes like: in case your spouse says she’s not hungry, nonetheless get meals for her and why day by day gestures are extra vital than celebrating Hallmark holidays. We additionally share actually a few easy phrase that has utterly modified the best way we talk and the way I utterly blew a possibility when Jesse needed to purchase me a automobile. Plus, we share how forgiveness and praying collectively and selecting to like (even after we don’t like one another!) makes such a distinction.
Whether or not you’ve been married for 18 days or 18 years (or longer!) or you’re planning to get married sooner or later, I hope this episode encourages you.
In This Episode:
[01:43] The primary lesson we’ve realized in our 18 years of marriage.
[03:20] Methods we’ve realized to speak about emotions with out being accusatory with one another.
[07:12] Laughter is the glue to a powerful marriage.
[09:33] The significance of pursuing particular person pursuits.
[13:41] Don’t assume that your partner processes on the identical pace that you just do.
[18:49] Each day gestures are a lot extra vital than large moments.
[22:39] We’ve realized to specific gratitude in our relationship.
[28:28] Spouses don’t at all times settle for and provides love in the identical methods.
[29:28] Love is a alternative moderately than only a feeling.
[30:42] It’s so vital to express regret usually.
[32:50] Pray collectively!
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