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Husbands and wives are different. You want different things in marriage and intimacy on every level (emotional, spiritual, and physical). Whether you're a wife or a husband, whether you're suffering or pretty good... and you're looking for bible-based insights and scriptural practical guidance on how to transform your marriage, you've found the right podcast! We have "transformation stories" that will inspire hope that putting into practice these principles, by God's grace, can truly change your intimacy completely. If you're looking to see how to transform your marriage sign up for a free Clarity Call ($300 value), we can hear your story and work with you to determine if we are confident we can help you: https://www.delightyourmarriage.com/cc
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Aug 27, 2021

So much stress revolves around communication.

I've been there!

My husband and I have miscommunications everyday.

Today, for example, I was telling him about a sore in my mouth and he was sure I was talking about Europe. 

That is silly and allowed for laughter.

But what about when someone is lost and just hoping for the other to quickly look up directions.

Or when you're in a stressful situation and one of you is incomprehensible (to you). 

Well, I want to invite you to reframe what good communication is. 

I want to invite you to consider what really matters in communication with your spouse. 

I try to debunk some unhelpful cliches:

"Your spouse should be your best friend", or

"You have to be compatible with someone to be happy", or

"If you don't connect on common interests, you'll die a miserable, lonely, painful death.”

Alright, that last one isn't a cliche I've heard! (but maybe have felt?)

Let's get some fun back in our lives and let miscommunication be the fodder!

 

Blessings,

Belah

PS If you need immediate help in your marriage and you've seen some changes from podcasts so far, now is the time to let that inertia grow into long term transformation with training and tailored support.

So if that's what you need, get on the phone with a Clarity Advisor and they'll see if we are the right fit for your situation: delightyourmarriage.com/cc

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