Don’t take good times in your marriage for granted. During those honeymoon periods pay attention to what is going good. We often have many expressions for how bad things are in our marriages, but the good things rarely get mentioned.
Questions for examination:
1. What was different when you were getting along?
2. How do you stop disagreements that don’t last long?
3. Does a personal issue cause you to act more badly than normal?
4. What brought you together in the beginning of your relationship
Megan, a native of Kansas City, Kansas is an empty nest parent of three adult children Ayanna, Jonathan and Isiah. Megan is a Christian and active in ministry at her church Cornerstone Baptist Church, in Arlington, TX. She is currently a Doctoral student working toward a Ph.D. in Marriage & Family Therapy at Texas Wesleyan University. Her personal interests include independent film, music and marriage enrichment. Megan is the co-founder of the Minority Behavioral Health Provider Networking Group along with colleague Cynthia Thompson.