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Every week, we release a new episode on a different marriage topic.
After a while, any marriage can start to go stale—like a bag of old potato chips. You’ve got to be intentional about keeping your marriage “Dorito fresh” (you’ll have to listen to the episode to find out what that means).
On the podcast, we’ve talked about why we fight about silly things. For this episode, we’re diving into how we should deal with those minor mistakes our spouse makes.
‘Opposites attract’ is a cliche—but it’s often true. We frequently have a different personality from our spouse, and react differently to the same situation. How can we have a great marriage despite these differences of personality?
Passion for our spouse and our job may seem mutually exclusive. But it’s possible to have a successful career and marriage at the same time. Fab’rik founder Dana Spinola joins us to tell how she started an awesome company while raising a great family.
Last year in the US, we spent $72 billion on wedding ceremonies. While wedding days are special days, marriage is not really about the big day, it’s about the every day.
As married couples, we can find ourselves in negative cycles of conflict. We argue, and can’t seem to get past it. It’s easy to think that the answer lies within the details of who was right and who was wrong, but typically, we’re not really arguing about what we’re arguing about.