What does a healthy marriage look like? We believe a marriage is as healthy as the two people in it. When each spouse takes responsibility for their own emotional, mental, physical and spiritual health, they give themselves the best chance to have a healthy, successful marriage.
Sadly, many of us misunderstand oneness in marriage, which can lead to codependence. And when couples go too far in the opposite direction, caring only for their individual health and not the health of their marriage, they can become disengaged.
The following articles will help you learn the value of finding a balance – of caring for yourself so that you can be in a stronger place to care for your marriage.
Interested in learning more? Our Marriage Enrichment Conferences and Retreats will provide you with practical tools that you can easily apply to your own marriage – including how to take care of your own personal well-being and be in a stronger place for your marriage. Visit EnrichYourMarriage.ca to learn more and find upcoming dates and locations near you.
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Learn the value of taking care of your own emotional, mental, physical and spiritual health