“Man alone has the power to transform his thoughts into a physical reality; man, alone, can dream and make his dreams come true.” —Napoleon Hill
Dreams are so important, not just for you as an individual but also for your marriage. You should have dreams for your marriage and your life together.
Without dreams, your days can quickly fall into a routine. This makes every encounter feel like Groundhog Day rather than an adventure.
“When “I” is replaced with “WE” even Illness becomes Wellness.” —Anonymous
As much as we try to control it, life is pretty unpredictable.
Illness happens. Accidents happen. Our bodies do not always work the way that we want them to. You can be the healthiest person in the world and then something happens that sends your health into chaos.
“Happiness isn’t getting what you want all the time. It’s about loving what you have and being grateful for it.” —Anonymous
There is tremendous power in voicing what you are thankful for in your marriage. It’s more than just saying words, it’s truly acknowledging someone with your whole heart.
During November, you are often reminded what saying thank you actually means. During this time of year, you may reflect on the things you often take for granted.
—Tony Robbins “The minute you start keeping score you’re destroying the relationship.”
Do you keep score in your marriage? Maybe something along the lines of “I do more than you” or “you never do this”? Like it or not, you’re keeping score. Maybe without even realizing it.
Is this normal behavior? Yes.