Marriage is hard. There’s just no way around it. Two people living together in the same space are going to butt heads on occasion. Each of us has personal convictions, various life goals, preferences, changing attitudes, and we possess growing parenting beliefs and tactics that may differ.
Each person who is a part of a married couple may be in a different place regarding what is needed from our spouse at any given time, much of which is based on all of the aforementioned traits.
Today I am sharing two thought-provoking marriage articles with you from Kelli over at Adventure Homeschool.
“Putting this forgiveness into action when we are living with our human hearts and desires, is another story all together. How do we go about “living out loud” this godly form of forgiveness?” Kelli tells us how we can learn to forgive more easily as well as why forgiveness in marriage is so important.
“Even if there are only a handful of things – only one thing – that you can think of to appreciate and affirm in your spouse – start there and allow God to nurture those affirming words in your heart. Start small, but start affirming what you appreciate in your mate.” Kelli admonishes us to embrace this idea of affirming our spouse and encourages us with her experience with positive results for you both!
Be sure to explore the rest of Kelli’s site while you’re there, too, as she offers some wonderful homeschool resources and articles you will love for your family.
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