One Thought

As I visit with couples this week it is painfully evident how individual we often think within our relationships.  We say things like; "his problem" and "her emotions".  But in all reality, individual thinking will not create success in a marriage.  We must learn to think as a couple and combat the attacks each marriage faces as a unified force, not as two individuals.  Competitive thinking within a marriage can be good, if you are competing together and for the same cause, a strong relationship.

Remember, His problems are your problems, and Her emotions are your emotions.  As we better learn to think as a couple we will better appreciate (and enjoy) God's ultimate design for marriage.

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