It’s very tempting to stop working on one’s relationship when a child arrives. To create a warm loving home, parents have to keep working on their romance. The children are joining our team, we’re not joining theirs. Keep leading your vibrant lives so they can see a wonderful example of living. Of course, change is inevitable and negotiating these changes makes all the difference in the world
When couples live as roommates, it’s not always by design. Drift happens in relationships. People can easily drift apart when they’re focused on their own personal instead of relational goals.
Is is worth living in parallel? Should, in this very busy modern time, couples make an effort to master the art of parallel living?
It is possible to work as a team and keep the drift at bay so that the relationship can prosper. Motivational Monday post
We have calendars to keep track of our work on the job. We have calendars to keep up with the activities of our children. We have social calendars and weather calendars, but do we have a love calendar?
In thinking about the New Year and all the resolutions people make, I noticed that very few make resolutions for their family and their marriage. Worse, while most resolutions do not make it to Valentine’s Day, wouldn’t it be great if we kept our romantic resolve far longer into the year?
Here is just a few ideas worth entertaining about The Love Calendar