Sir Godfrey Gregg
Right now, your married life should be clicking, or in the zone.
If your job is not working, you should try to change career and try a different approach to create a greater impact on your family and marriage. You should try creating systems, training, and resources to help married people like you improve your most important relationship.
You have worked hard to get to where you are.
Full disclosure, in your married life still includes times of frustration, heartache, and tension. What makes this different for you is the ebbs and flows of relationship harmony aren’t over-reacted to by either of you near as often.
We’re quicker to recognize the system we’ve created together and we’re both more willing to allow each other the room to be ourselves without taking these moments personally.
The difference in our time together is astounding.
How do you get there?
How do you create a system that clicks with your spouse?
We found our way here through many paths. Some seemed to be colossal failures at the time, but I realized it was just another path directing us forward. I’ve shared many of these ideas before today. I’ve been honored to be invited into the of life with those I talk to on the phone or online.
You must discover this season of married life together by working your way deeper into the lives of each other.
A great married life is created when you each create a great life worth living and the marriage is the icing on the cake.
Ask yourself, is that what you’re doing in YOUR world?
And if not, why not?
Check your schedules?
Manage your time?
Manage your money?
Or is it more likely that you’ve entered into married life without a full realization of the dynamics that are inherent in every marriage and you’ve wound up feeling lost and alone? You feel you lack the tools to turn the jumble of emotions and the thoughts in your head into something you can do to create something better?
Is your life’s work helping you create something meaningful in yours?