ONE Core Values

5 Core Values of ONE Extraordinary Marriage

  1. Build an Excited Team and Family Spirit Around the World
  2. Be Transparent and Real
  3. Have Passion & Humility For Everything We Set Out to Accomplish
  4. Build Commitment by Being Accountable to Our Actions
  5. Pursue Growth in Life and Marriage

Mission Statement

ONE Extraordinary Marriage creates marital transformation by equipping couples with the tools and strategies they need to overcome their intimacy challenges. With an emphasis on transparency and a message of hope we deliver this high energy impactful content through the website, podcast, live events and programs.

6 Forms of Intimacy in Marriage

All forms of intimacy are important in a marriage. When each is fostered in a marriage a couple is able to stand together through the tough times and celebrate the great times.

Emotional Intimacy is closeness created through sharing our feelings, thoughts and desires. You have to be honest, first with yourself, regarding your feelings before you can share them with your spouse.

Intellectual Intimacy involves a mutual understanding about the important areas or issues in your marriage. Perhaps you want to set goals for the next year, you want to make a budget, you want to raise your children with certain values, and all of these involve discussion without fear of repercussion.

Financial Intimacy is the sharing of your financial situation. This comes with developing a plan for your finances and being able to have open and honest communication with your spouse regarding money matters.

Spiritual Intimacy is shared religious beliefs and observed religious practices. This can be as simple as praying together (although that’s not always easy), going to church together or discussing spiritual issues as a couple.

Recreational Intimacy is being active together. Find things you both like to do and do them with each other. Do an activity with each other that allows the two of you to actively spend time together.

Physical Intimacy is loving touches. Be it holding hands, a hug, a kiss, or making love, we humans were designed to want to be touched. Touch can communicate acceptance and love, a closeness that only the two of you have based on your shared experiences.

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