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want more thankfulness, appreciation, and gratitude in your marriage?
Can you imagine a healthy marriage without these? No matter what your relationship looks like right now, you can go on this 30-day journey of gratitude & love with your spouse or for your spouse.
Either way, both of your lives will be changed for the better.
This free guide is filled with 30 days of simple, easy-to-follow daily tasks. You’ll be guided through everything you need to fill the next month with gratitude and love!
You can do it on your own or with your spouse. Either way, this guide can help you transform your marriage through gratitude in 30 days!
how to communicate better with your spouse
Communication in marriage isn’t some tricky thing that some people have, and some don’t. It’s a skill that you, me, and everyone else can practice and improve. Use these skills to transform the communication with your spouse…
1. Practice the art of listening well
Listening well means seeking to understand. It’s putting yourself in your spouse’s shoes. Seek to understand their point of view. And know that just because it’s not the same as yours doesn’t mean it’s a bad thing.
2. Ask lots of questions
The ultimate goal of healthy communication in marriage is to connect. Be curious for the sake of knowing your husband or wife better and how you can strengthen your relationship.
3. Go deeper in your communication
Explore and appreciate the complexities of each other. Instead of having only shallow, transactional convos, start intentionally discussing feelings, opinions, shortcomings, goals, hopes, needs, past experiences, and future dreams.