Two ways to improve your marriage today
Communicate more often.
Schedule times just to talk.
Plan activities that will allow you to engage with each other.
Get a sitter so you can be alone.
Don’t let too much time to without longer conversations.
Begin and end your day — as much as possible — in communication with each other.
Read a book you both enjoy for something to talk about together.
Take long walks together.
Trade texts throughout the day.
Share calendars to keep you on track with each other through the day.
Shut down all electronics frequently.
Learn each others differences.
Speak to each other’s head and heart. Learn how men and women communicate differently.
Prepare for conversation by preparing questions of each other.
Always be honest and always be kind.
Consider the other person’s needs.
Really listen to each other.
Laugh together frequently.
Extend grace. Forgive quickly.
Get some conflict resolution training. (If needed)
Don’t go to bed in anger. Stop little issues from becoming major issues.
One of the greatest threats to marriage — and one of the greatest helps — to most marriages is communication.
Use it often. Use it well.
Obviously, you can’t do all of this today, but could you do something to intentionally improve the quantity and quality of your marriage communication?
Any other tips you could share with my readers?