"Discover the Marriage Advice Secrets of a Joyful Marriage"
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If you'd like your love for one another to flourish, have greater peace, understand how your spouse thinks so, and rekindle the feelings you had during courtship, then this might be the most important letter you'll ever read.
Marriage-Advice-for-a-Better-Marriage.com will not only help you to see how to experience wholeness, completeness, and better relationships, but will also help you to see how your joyful marriage will impact for good your children, grand children, and all of your descendants for years to come.
Now, I know you're probably skeptical. That's normal and healthy. Let me give you three good reasons we can back up the marriage advice that we claim:
Three Reasons To Believe What I Say
Reason one: I have been happily married for almost 25 years to the love of my life Vicki. We have two adult children that we love dearly. We have thoroughly enjoyed watching them grow up and become fine adults.
Being married has given me a much greater appreciation of the impact for good that a loving, supportive spouse can have in the life of someone. I have come to know what it means to love someone unconditionally and to be loved unconditionally in return.
I feel a tremendous amount of thanks for all the people in my life who have coached me, mentored me, and helped me to learn these important marriage advice truths. I am extremely thankful for this knowledge, and I want to share this with others. I want every person to know life can be filled with great peace, joy, happiness, and energy as a result of a great family life.
Reason two: I have served in various leadership capacities in my church, including that of a lay minister. These experiences have allowed me to work with, coach and mentor hundreds of people. It has brought me tremendous joy to see people improve the quality of their lives.
Let me tell you the story of one couple who practiced these marriage advice principles. I will call them ‘Bob and Mary Jones’. By the time I met Bob and Mary, they were in their eighties. Bob had lived a full, active life of service to others, but now Bob had heart problems and was in poor health. In spite of these challenges, he is one of my heroes.
He loved his wife with all of his heart, and he treated her like a queen. I will never forget when Bob finally passed away and left us. I had the privilege of conducting his funeral service in our church chapel, and I will never forget seeing Bob in his casket before we took him into the small gathering for his family and close friends. I will never forget seeing Mary Jones, this sweet elderly woman, kissing her dead husband’s cheeks, and with tears streaming down her cheeks telling Bob how good he was to her and how she loved him for it. I remember thinking that no man can receive a greater compliment than to have his spouse kiss his cheeks affectionately and thank him repeatedly for being so good to her. It brought tears to me eyes then, and it still does every time I think of this sweet woman thanking her dear departed husband.
Bob is my idea of a successful man. He was never the CEO of a Fortune 500 company. He wasn’t a millionaire. He was a man who is greatly missed and whose impact for good has been felt by his children, his grandchildren, and will be felt by several generations to come. I also consider myself as one whose life was blessed by having Bob in it. I still miss him today, and I am a better man for having known him.
Reason three: I am a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution, The Association of Couples for Marriage Enrichment and am a member of Strathmore’s Who’s Who. I believe in constant improvement and learning. I believe that we need to make sure that we are always moving forward and making a difference in the lives of others.
You will learn or relearn the following skills to help you in your marriage:
1. The importance of quality date nights
2. How to make your marriage a priority
3. How to forgive each other
4. How to have passion in your marriage
5. How to express your love for each other
6. Do new things together
You will also learn the following:
1. The differences between men and women
2. What is intimacy in marriage and how to achieve it?
3. Selfishness and how it can create marital problems
4. How prayer can help you in your marriage
5. Why you should know your spouse’s interests
6. Why you should always be courting each other
7. Putting it all together
Take time to browse this site. I have purposely designed Marriage-Advice-for-a-Better-Marriage.com with plenty of useful information, and marriage advice. It will empower you to make a not so good marriage great and a great marriage even better.
Let me show you how you too can have a better marriage and healthy relationships in 30 days!
P.S. Below is a video I found that demonstrates the power that a positive marriage can have not only in your life, but the lives of your spouse, your children and your descendants for generations to come. My goal is to give you marriage advice that helps you find the joy that comes from having a great marriage and family life! Watch and enjoy!