Want a happy, fulfilling marriage?

The first step is to spoil your spouse...

Learn the 1 simple way to make your spouse feel extra special and spoiled in less than 5 minutes a day.

“Happily ever after is not a fairy tale. It’s a choice.” - Fawn Weaver

It's easy to learn the secret to a lasting marriage...

Imagine this:

Your relationship with your spouse is blooming. You are happy to see them and they are happy to see you.

It's that feeling you had when you first started dating.

You no longer experience that feeling, or it isn't as strong.

And you ask yourself:

Why do other couples seem so happy? Why do other couples struggle?

...But how do you actually implement what you learn in your own marriage?

Reading the latest blog post gives you about 5 minutes of hope and inspiration.

But what happens after you're done reading and you return to reality?

That blog post was great, but the instructions were too vague.

You want to improve your marriage.

But when it comes down to actually doing something, you're lost.

“Love is more than three words mumbled before bedtime. Love is sustained by action, a pattern of devotion in the things we do for each other everyday.” -Nicholas Sparks

You'll learn exactly what to do. (No fluff)

My goals is to give you actionable resources that you can implement today.

These are things that I have tested and tried in my own marriage and have worked for me.

These are the things I want to share with you.

For example:

Everyone tells you to communicate more.. but what does that mean exactly?

Talking at each other doesn't seem to work.

How you say things and what you say are important.

I make sarcastic remarks like: "Good for you." When I am irritated instead of telling her why.

It's an automatic reaction. And it just makes her mad.

Now, instead of firing off my sarcasm. I take a deep breath.

2 counts in and 2 counts out.

Now, I'm not so irritated anymore.

I've essentially taken a mini time-out to think. Now I can continue the conversation in a better frame of mind instead of just being angry.

“Marriage, ultimately, is the practice of becoming passionate friends.” -Harville Hendrix

Make your husband or wife feel like the special person they are.

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