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We believe that marriage matters, a lot! YOUR marriage matters. By giving the proper care and NURTURING to your marriage, you will find that it will become more beautiful and meaningful than you can even imagine.
We believe that marriage matters, a lot! YOUR marriage matters. By giving the proper care and NURTURING to your marriage, you will find that it will become more beautiful and meaningful than you can even imagine.

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We wrote a book! Nurture: 100 Practical Tips for Marriage is now available on Amazon & Kindle. Check it out! https://www.amazon.com/Nurture-100-Practical-Tips-Marriage/dp/1546603816 #nurture #nurturingmarriage #book
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Want to be more confident? http://ow.ly/gWSW30bR3zP
How to be a Confident Spouse
How to be a Confident Spouse
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How to stay together after an affair...
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Do you have enough confidence?
How to be a Confident Spouse
How to be a Confident Spouse
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Always Hold Hands!
Always Hold Hands!
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She who controls the thermostat rules the world. It is an undisputed fact that menopausal women will break out in a profuse sweat at temperatures that others might consider parka-worthy. Let them open the windows wide, even when it is freezing out. Let them put the air conditioner on high while they rub ice cubes up and down their necks. Be mindful that the other symptom of menopause is a tendency to feel murderous. We are sharing this advice for your own good. Frankly, we aren’t sure why “under the influence of menopause” hasn’t yet been offered as a defense in a capital crime. - Ann Brenoff
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Create a Phone-Free Evening
Our lives are busy and noisy. Set aside one evening a week to be technology-free, even if it’s just for a few hours. This allows you to really focus on each other and builds depth to your connection. Taking a few hours to focus solely on each other helps continue the relationship-building process you pursued during dating. It ensures you keep the feelings of “dating” each other alive and helps prevent you from feeling like the “game is won” because you’ve said those vows. - Lindsay Detwiler
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