Love can be taken for granted so often. We work hard, we play hard, but loving should not be hard. What is the recurring theme in your mind about your marriage? Are you stressing over money, raising the children, preparing for your future years or how to communicate so that you don't beat each other up?
It is common knowledge that juggling everything on our plates: careers, educations, commitments can be frustrating on our marriages. So we try to fill in the gaps and replenish the love at key moments in life. Valentines, birthdays and Christmas give us a way to once again express our love to our spouse. But 3 or less times a year just can not carry love over year after year after year. Love is an action that must be enforced naturally and liberally.
It's great that we have doctors to help us when we have health issues, and we can look a financial snap shot to tell how well our finances are. But how do we measure the success of our marriage and relationships? Could you be at risk of failure? Is there a sign or an indicator that our marriage is OK--better yet is our marriage healthy?
Marriage coaching is the BEST resource for staying on the right track towards a rewarding and fulfilling lifetime of love. Many couples chose to have checkups to make sure that their marriages are a success.
Read this testimonial from a smart couple:
A quarterly checkup for us was and is a good idea. We tend to focus so much on other things like work, finances, kids, etc that we tend to ignore the needs of each other. This is especially true now that we are having children. Now that our children are in school, my wife and I have more free time available for just us. Marriage coaching with Coach Debbie gave us the tools and education we needed to feel keep the home fires burning. We like to participate in quarterly marriage checkups to keep our marriage healthy.
Successful business professionals know that measuring and evaluating is excellent for improvement. But asking your spouse during a football game if your marriage is "good" will not be great evaluation. I recommend to schedule a session with a marriage coach who with a goal to help couples stay together can help find any leaks or holes in the "love tank".
Marriage coaching is a smart investment for the future of your marriage. Cheaper than a divorce! Call me for your free consultation.
Debbie Kessler loves her husband, Wally Kessler. She is a southern girl who loves Jesus and loves building up people to do Good Works of Love.