“You are all alone.”
“No one wants to hear about what is going on with you any longer.”
“You are an inconvenience to those around you.”
“You need to move on because everyone else has.”
You have come to the end of the 7 Day SPICE It Up Marriage Challenge!
I hope you have enjoyed these last 7 days of challenges and I hope it has helped you to reconnect with your spouse.
Valentine’s Day is a well marketed holiday. You see it in all the stores, the red and pink hearts are everywhere.
We are in the final stretch of the 7 Day SPICE It Up Marriage Challenge!
How are things going? I hope well. I know I have been a bit stretched by some of the challenges.
But, I have enjoyed feeling the joy and excitement that I felt when I was dating my husband.
Each January, my husband and I sit down and create goals for ourselves and our family for the new year.
Day 4 of the 7 Day SPICE It Up Marriage Challenge!
How often do you and your spouse spend time away from it all?
Do you make time to “date” your spouse?
If you are like me, the answer is not very often. We all know how hard it can be to schedule time away from the demands of life.
Day 3 of the 7 Day SPICE It Up Marriage Challenge!
In case you haven’t realized it, each of these daily challenges is covering an aspect of SPICE.
If you recall, SPICE is a holistic view of sexuality and marital communication.
SPICE stands for Spiritual, Physical, Intellectual, Communicative, and Emotional.
t’s hard to care for something you are not investing in.
Whatever you put your time, energy, and money into will become more important to you.
This includes your marriage!
We live in a world that is consumed by “self.” We are told we must put ourselves first and put our needs ahead of others. Whatever makes us happy should take precedence over everything and everyone, including our spouse.
Today marks the beginning of the 7 Day SPICE It Up Challenge!
I hope you will take this journey with me to improve communication in your marriage.
The Challenge may be easy for some and more challenging for others. Regardless, I hope you receive some joy and connectedness with your spouse over the coming week.