Over 12,075,840 minutes. It’s the total number of minutes we have been husband and wife.
That’s a heck of a lot of time to make positive decisions.
Over these minutes and years we have made choices and positive decisions that have impacted us and our marriage for the better.
One of these came after we went through a low season in our marriage.
The other two we’re put into place so that we would experience marriage to the fullest.
We hope these 3 positive decisions we consciously make in our marriage can help yours… no matter how long you’ve been married.
1. Take Divorce Off the Table
After two incidences we made the decision to take the word divorce out of our vocabulary once and for all.
Now when issues arise we know that neither of us is going anywhere. We’re going to work through them together even if that means we seek out help.
Feeling like you and your spouse are in danger of the “D word?” Get Almost Out The Door, the system we built that saved our marriage twice, and will help you take divorce off the table for good.
2. Talk About Taboo Topics
Especially your sex life.
We would discuss sex in the moment while in bed and yet there is more to our sexual intimacy.
Sex is beautiful in the marriage bed so we needed to talk about it before we even got to bed.
Now we ask and answer questions about our sex life outside the bedroom which has enabled us to have the best sex in the bedroom in the 19 years of marriage.
Here are 19 questions you can ask to turn up the heat between your sheets right away.
3. Schedule Sex
Single handedly scheduling sex has allowed us to experience the joy we both desire in our sexual intimacy.
No more rejection, begging, or wondering when we are going to have sex. It’s scheduled and we’re good to go.
If you’re feeling like your partner is more like a roommate then a lover, you need to take the guesswork out of when you are going to get some.
Look over the list again and pick one or two that resonate with you.
How could putting these to work in your marriage today change your marriage this year? How about over the next 5-10, or 20 years?
The marriage you’ve been praying for can start today.