WHICH BEST DESCRIBES YOU?

Solutions to Strengthen Communication, Build Trust and Create Intimacy

WHICH BEST DESCRIBES YOU?

Solutions to Strengthen Communication, Build Trust and Create Intimacy

You strive to grow, get better, and have the marriage you desire. You want to leave a lasting impact on those around you.

But sometimes things keep getting in the way: There just seems to be too much to do and too little time. Maybe you feel like this reader:

“My husband and I are currently living – navigating unmatched sex-drives and desires, increasing frustration, dissipating communication, and maybe the hardest of them all –  trouble finding our place as new parents, difficulty balancing our commitments to and love for our child, our demanding jobs, managing our household, enjoying our new norm but still yearning for the “old norm” where it was just the two of us with plenty of time to look at each other, talk to each other, connect with each other.”

Does This Sound Like You?

Be honest:

  • Do you wish for the same level of connection and intimacy you once had?
  • Do you need the emotional skills to stay in-sync with your partner?
  • Do you fear the important things are falling through the cracks?

If so, you’re not alone. All of us have felt this way.

We Know How You Feel

We know what it feels like to not be connected emotionally, to build trust and focus on our sexually intimacy—to have stress and the daily grind of life zap you of all energy, while still trying to attend to the things that matter most—family, health, faith, and community.

For years, we struggled to get on the same page. Too often, our success in other areas came at the expense of our connection and intimacy.

We have faced the stark reality that there’s always more to do than there is time. But we also realized the answer isn’t simply to spend more time together. The answer is to know where you are now in your marriage.

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