- Social media and how it changes relationships
- Finding "That Girl" again ( you know.. the one your hubby married?)
- Dealing with outside commitments
- Strengthening communication
- Hope for those dealing with a broken heart
- And so much more!
This book breaks it down and makes it easy to understand. It gives you Biblical advice on making sure your relationship with the one God gave you stays sound and strong.
Honestly? I loved this book. I felt like I was reading about myself and it was great to know there's someone out there who gets it. Of course I know that a lot of us may be in this situation but for someone else to put it in words that they understand the struggle.
My husband and I have an amazing relationship. I'm very grateful for the spouse God gave me. There are times that it feels like we are roommates though, just like Heidi mentions. When you're homeschooling, working, being a part of the church ministries, keeping up the house, visiting friends... It can seem like you're just two people living together instead of the one flesh that God made you to be.
I really enjoyed reading how to find "That Girl" I was when my husband chose me to marry. Heidi gives tips on communicating and making sure you are a three cord strand and not running "parallel lives".
To me the marriage is a very critical part of raising your children. Showing them what a loving, strong marriage is will leave them a legacy. It helps them to see what marriage truly is. Communicating with each other. Loving on each other. Taking care of each other when times are tough. Leaning on each other. I had a great model myself as my parents have been married going on 38 years next year.