What does marriage have in common with a rotten bag of grapes? More than you might imagine.
Today on For the Family, I’m talking about ways to prevent “mold” from creeping into our relationships. You know what I mean.
Like when you spend all day chasing after toddlers or carpooling kids to school and basketball practice, then you crash after dinner with no more energy left for the guy who once held your hand through every push and contraction.
Or when you communicate about bills and piano recitals and what’s for dinner, but you stop asking “how are you” or “what are your dreams” until the man sitting across the dinner table is more like a roommate than the love of your life.
And on those days when patience runs short and feelings get hurt and you wonder if this married life is worth it . . . it is. You just have to scrape off the mold to see the fruit underneath.
So let’s take a deep breath together and come with an open mind and a vulnerable heart to For the Family, where I’m offering five anti-mold marriage tips for exhausted moms and dads. It’s never too late. Will you click here to join me?