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Spiritual marriage advice.
Really good advice. I like the reminder that it takes being a friend to have a friend. Proverbs 17:17..."A friend loves at all times..."
this whole website is so awesome for married couples!! My spouse is my best friend and much much more!
this whole website is so awesome for married couples!! Note to self- go back and read EVERYTHING :) not married but good advice for the future.
10 actions that kids learn from their parent's marriage. If you don't repin this, at least read it
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10 actions that kids learn from their parent's marriage. I love this list. If you don't repin this, at least read it. Need to remember for the future! 1. Affection: Cathy & I are very affectionate and I like having my kids see me holding their mom’s hand, hugging, kissing, cuddling, etc… as often as I can. 2. Saying “I’m sorry”: I want to be quick to use this phrase and I want my kids to hear me say it (and I have to say it a lot more than Cathy). 3. Affirmation: this is my primary love language so it’s easy for me to dish out encouraging words. My kids get a lot of verbal affirmation, but they also hear me directing it toward my wife (which is really easy). 4. Attraction: I think Cathy is hot… and, I make it known around our family. I’ll regularly say, “Isn’t your mom beautiful?” 5. Time: our kids know that we like to spend time together. When they see us steal time away to sit in the backyard and talk, or go in the hot tub, or go on a date night, or sneak away for the weekend…that’s a good message I want them to see. 6. Laughter: we laugh a lot in our house and my wife’s cute sense of humor cracks me up. I like having my kids see that my wife makes me laugh. 7. Respect: opening the door for Cathy, saying “thank you” and “please” and showing her simple signs of respect. 8. Faith conversations: we’re not always praying in front of our kids, but they hear and see our faith conversations and know that we’re always talking about Jesus and what it means to be a follower. 9. The value of friends: our house is well worn from the traffic of friends in/out of our house. We love having people over and the Fields’ house is a regular hangout for some incredible friends. 10. Servanthood: I know my kids have had a better example in Cathy than with me because she’s the ultimate servant. Always asking, “How can I help? What do you need to make life better?” Serving one another is seen in the daily, little things and there’s many opportunities to serve. Kids are always watching their parent’s marriage and yet too many marriages underestimate the power of modeling! Children are taking daily recordings of what a marriage looks like and those recordings are definitely influencing and shaping their view of marriage.
LOVE THIS!!!!! 10 things kids learn from their parents' marriage. A MUST READ!
10 Actions Kids Learn From Their Parents Marriage (Love This! & So True!! Please Read If You Have Kids!)
10 rules for a happy marriage. Simple and straight to the point.