5 Secrets to Keeping the Joy In Your Marriage @mrslotanner

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I think it’s pretty safe to say that we’ve all been there. We’ve all had those days in our marriage where our joy is inflated and love is overflowing. That “can’t eat can’t sleep, reach for the stars, over the fence, world series kind of stuff.”

And then there are the days when you struggle to feel connected. You struggle to find happiness, unity, and foundation.

I know I’ve been both places and probably a thousand different places in between. I think we can all agree that the best place to be in a marriage is on the joyful side of it. When that joy is missing it’s vital that you find a way to revive it!

5 Secrets to Keeping the Joy In Your Marriage @mrslotanner

5 Secrets to Keeping the Joy In Your Marriage

This is the conversation we are having today over at  True Agape. I had the honor or connecting with Casey and her audience and sharing with them 5 secrets that help me break our daily routine (and even create some new ones), reconnect with my husband, and bring some clean fun into our marriage.

Tip #6

Bet you weren’t expecting that, were you? Listen, before I send you to True Agape, I want to give a quick bonus tip. This tip is foundational for building a solid relationship that honors God. By now I’m sure you’ve guessed what it is (that last sentence was a huge hint). Anyway, the best way to find and keep joy in your marriage is to recognize your relationship with God as the center and root of your marriage because true joy comes from Him.

Once that foundation is laid, you can build off of it with these 5 Secrets to Keeping Joy In Your Marriage. Enjoy!

Do you have a secret tip that didn’t make it on the list? Inquiring minds want to know what it is! 

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7 thoughts on “5 Secrets To Keeping Joy In Your Marriage”

  1. I loved your 5 tips! Especially “be a great encourager.” I think a huge key to an intimate, fulfilling marriage is that your husband knows you are his BIGGEST fan and supporter. It’s hard sometimes to remember that that’s not always obvious, but I have to intentionally communicate that to him, in ways that are meaningful to him (like love languages.) Thanks for sharing, Alonda! Glad I found your blog thru the Peony Project!

    1. Thanks Lucy! I’m with you, sometimes it totally slips my mind, the fact that my husband may need to hear or see that I am his biggest supporter. I always assume he knows. But sometimes he needs that reminder just as much as I do.

  2. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts with us! I loved this topic as it is something I am personally working on right now in my marriage. I shared this post in our monthly newsletter that went out too!

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