It seems you are living in a good marriage and you sure have all the ingredients you need to make it a great one.
In order to grow it into an even better marriage, based on your answers in this quiz, we would recommend you and your spouse to focus on ‘communicating safely’.
When the both of you can be 100% open, honest, understanding & transparent with each other (and yourselves), you lay a strong foundation for your marriage.
Instilling effective emotional safety in the way you and your spouse communicate will lift your intimacy to new heights.
When you can let your guards down, it allows both spouses to connect on a deeper level.
Now, we’re sure you’ve heard THIS one before, mostly because EVERY married couple hears that communication is key.
What we don’t always hear or know is how to go about it or even where we’re going wrong.
We know the best way to get you started is to start with YOU. Say what? Seems a little unfair, right? Don’t worry, we will pull your spouse into this soon.
However, we believe that the BEST way you can work on your marriage is to work on yourself first. We can’t control our spouse (believe me, we’ve tried), but we can control ourselves and the actions we take.
The first action we’d like to encourage you to take is to go check out your email, as we just sent you a customized tool, designed specifically with you in mind.
In this way, we will help you get to the bottom of how you can immediately help & take action to improve the communication in your own marriage.
(In reading through this answer, please do keep in mind that it’s based on a limited number of questions and standard answers.
(In reading through this answer, please do keep in mind that it’s based on a limited number of questions and standard answers. Therefore, this answer may represent a skewed answer.)
We are Kim and Cheyanne Cleyman, a European-American married couple living out our fairytale romance in Belgium, Europe.
Sharing a passion for love and marriage, we help happily married couples take their marriage from good to great, for ever after.
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