If you’ve ever been in a relationship and broken up, then you’re probably familiar with how those wounds spill over into your next relationship. We sometimes refer to these wounds as “baggage”.
By the time you get married, some of us carry a nice set of well-traveled luggage into our marriage. The key is, how do you stop those unhealed wounds from wrecking your marriage? Bernie and I discuss some options for newlyweds to consider.
Also, see how the Relationship Bootcamp specifically for Newlyweds can help you figure out some ways to have a happy successful marriage while healing from those unhealed past relationship wounds.
Relationship Bootcamp for Couples
Dating & Engaged Couples
2nd Marriage & Blended Family Couples
Newlywed Couples Married in 2015-2017
His Leadership Her Trust:
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