Keep Your Marriage Strong During Big Changes

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When a young couple gets married, at first there are no distractions and they can devote their full attention to each other. Eventually, though, in many cases children enter the picture. That’s an initial big adjustment the couple will go through.

In this video, we share our thoughts on how a couple can keep the marriage strong, even while you are experiencing three major shifts in your family situation:
–When your child enters school
–When your child goes away to college
–When your child gets married

Having been through these major changes ourselves, and having kept our own relationship vibrant and rewarding, we welcome the opportunity to offer pointers that will be helpful to you. So investing a few minutes in watching this video with your spouse can become very beneficial.

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Here’s A “Must-Read” for Parents

Tranter Wendy

A few days ago my Facebook friend Wendy Tranter sent me an article she had written, “Of Math & Mutiny.” I read it without delay. The opening paragraphs grabbed me. Why? Because I am fortunate to be the father of two lovely adult daughters who “left the nest” years ago–yet remain central to the lives of their parents, every day.

In my judgment, Wendy’s article is a “must-read” message for every parent.

Based in Orlando, FL, Wendy serves as a Staff Writer/Columnist for City Magazine of Altamonte Springs. With a Masters Degree in Chaplaincy, she is on her way to becoming a hospital chaplain. She considers May 25 a milestone day–she will preach her first sermon then.

Wendy is the loving mother of four adult children.

Now, I encourage you to read her heartwarming thoughts. You might want to keep a handkerchief or two handy.

http://www.citymagazine.us/of-math-mutiny

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