How to value your spouse with a 10 Point Marriage Tune-Up? Is this necessary? Doesn’t marriage just “happen”?
Oh, yeah. Marriage can just happen.
There are those husbands and wives who let marriage “happen”… and then years into their relationship they realize they’ve grown apart. They don’t have anything in common. Or these couples look at the person they live their life with and say, “Is this all there is?”.
If people gave the amount of attention to their vehicles the way they do to their marriage, that vehicle would stop working. It would run out of gas, and oil. The brakes would fail. The headlights would go dark. You’d never drive around in a car with no headlights, with dirty spark plugs, with broken springs, or cracked windshields, would you? Why would a marriage relationship need less attention than a vehicle?
Your marriage needs more attention to its working parts than your vehicle does. It’s not easy. And if you’re in a time of sputtering, and your marriage tires need a top-up of air, then we want to encourage you to try some small stuff. Simple stuff. Give it a try…
Give it a 10 point marriage tune-up.
Invest in your marriage relationship – tune it up!
A few years ago we created a series of articles on this concept – 10 posts about 10 ways to show your spouse you value her/him. This year we’ve updated these posts to make the series more rich and robust! The links to each post are below – click on each image to go deeper.
Click to go deeper! – 2 of 10 -Click to go deeper – 3 of 10Click to go deeper – #4 Click to Go Deeper – 5 of 10Click to go deeper – 6 of 10Click to go deeper – 7 of 10 Click to go deeper – 8 of 10Click to go deeper – 9 of 10Click to go deeper – 10 of 10
Make your marriage a priority and value your spouse!
If you ignored your career, and never learned anything new, you wouldn’t progress… you might even find yourself without a career.
If you ignored your vehicle, never added gas or oil, never replaced the spark plugs, you wouldn’t be able to drive it.
Does your marriage have less value than your career or your car? This 10 point marriage tune-up isn’t hard – it just needs a bit of attention! Don’t procrastinate.
Don’t wait – NOW is the time to pay attention to your marriage relationship!
I’m thinking I’d like to make this into a series of 10 marriage tune-up emails – one a day for 10 days… what do you think?
Would that be more useful? Leave a comment…