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Yesterday we celebrated our 35th wedding anniversary. As we reflected on our marriage, we talked about keys that have helped us and practices we wish we had incorporated earlier in our marriage.
Recently we were speaking at a Build Your Marriage conference and an attendee engaged one of us in a conversation about why marriage mattered.
Do you remember when you and your spouse first kissed? Last week we celebrated the 40th anniversary of our first kiss.
We love to celebrate and we make it a priority in our marriage to celebrate each other.
We love to kiss. Whether it’s a quick kiss in public or a long passionate kiss in private, kissing is important to a healthy marriage.
Kindness and compassion are often desired and forgotten in the dailyness of marriage. Life gets busy. We may answer our spouse sharply.
We are introducing a new angle of motivation for most couples in their marriage. One of the roles each person has is to encourage their spouse to become the best person they possibly can be.