When you fell in love with your husband or wife way back in the beginning it was easy. There was nothing you could do to stop it even if you wanted to. The spark was burning and you were completely and utterly in love.
But that feeling fades even in the best relationships.
Let’s think about it for a minute, what did our life look like in the beginning? Did we have any other responsibility to each other besides to just be in love? Did we share a living space, bills, have children, merge our families? Nope. All we had was love and it was easy.
It’s not shocking at all that once you add in years, even decades of life that things shift a bit.
And that’s OK. Because it doesn’t mean there is something wrong.
It’s not at all uncommon to wake up, rush to get the kids ready, get to school drop off, get to work, work all day, make dinner, give baths, read books, pick up and crash. Barely even noticing your husband or wife for perhaps days at a time.
You turn around and think wow, when’s the last time we did something fun? When is the last time we shared a hug?
You’ll find yourself eventually in a place of discontentment that you think is impossible to recover from. It’s been too long, it will be too hard.
But it isn’t.
I want to show you that thing you thought you lost is not gone at all, you just need to dust it off.
This challenge offers simple but powerful daily tasks will take you back to a place full of love and happiness. It requires work that won’t feel like work at all. You’ll end this thinking wow, why didn’t I think of that?
Give me the book!
These ideas are tangible and they’re easy.
It only takes seven days to work through the book (although if you’d like, you can work ahead) but these are things you will keep with you always. You should be constantly using these techniques and ideas throughout your marriage… well past the week of the course.
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I can’t wait to share this with you!