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Taking care of yourself and not neglecting your marriage is an important part of how you treat your child/ren. Here are some random bits of advice that I have collected over the years that may hopefully encourage you today ~

Communication is the biggest key in any relationship.

Listen carefully, speak softly.

Whatever you think on is what becomes great to you.
If you focus on your husband's flaws, that is all you will soon begin to see.
Focus on his strengths and on your best memories.

We are seduced by our culture into believing that we deserve complete fulfillment and perfect happiness. We don't.

hen life isn't like our fantasy, we have a tendency to question reality rather than the fantasies.

The worst argument is often about how we are communicating, not what we are communicating about.

We've been duped into thinking we're temporal beings having a spiritual experience. But we are eternal beings having a temporal experience.

Weaknesses are strengths turned inside out.
{ impatience gets things done; indecisive people may be easy going; overly talkative people may be great communicators; disorganized people may be great with people; critical people general get things done right; demanding people are generally detail oriented}

Forgiveness is the oil of relationships
~ Josh McDowell

Hurt is generally behind anger.

Unresolved conflict is like a brick that begins building a wall.

Hard may be hard, but that's okay.

A helper enables someone to do something they couldn't do at all or as well without the help.

Faith is the refusal to panic.
~D.Martin Lloyd Jones

Without the habit of generous forgiveness, relationships are filled with bitterness.

Success in marriage doesn't come through finding the right mate, but in being the right mate. ~ ~ Barnett Brickner

Once a woman forgives her man, she must not reheat his sins for breakfast.
~Marlene Dietrich

Often the difference in a successful marriage versus a mediocre one
is leaving three or four things a day unsaid.
~Harlan Miller

What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others remains immortal.
~ Albert Pine

Worse than being blind is being able to see and having no vision.
~ Helen Keller

Whatever fear you have right now, remember it's ok, it's not the end of the world. You may not even remember it in ten years.


Love is patient, love is kind...
it always protects,
always trusts, always hopes,
always perseveres.
Love never fails.
~ 1 Corinthians 13:4