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
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It's been a great run. But after 17 years, Bernie and I have decided to retire the Relationship Bootcamp. I know...I know. You're devastated. Us too. But it was time. Running around in the woods for 5 hours on the weekend takes its toll on a brotha. Plus, it was time...
This is Part 2 of Bernie and I sharing what we did when we started off 19 years ago to make our marriage good, and what we still do to make it even better. If you missed Part 1, watch it here. Enjoy. I hope this proves helpful to your relationship. Bootcamp Dates:...
We've been talking about how to solve problems in your relationship for 25 questions straight. We're going to take a break from that for a minute and talk about us. Because not everybody's relationship is fraught with problems. Some just want to know how to take it...
Leadership in a marriage is toggled back and forth between the husband and wife, depending on what the couple is doing and who is best fit to lead the activity. In a Christian marriage, the bible teaches that the husband is generally responsible for the leadership...
The notion that you have to have everything all together in order to be a good spouse is a lie from the pit of hell. Don't nobody have their life all together...to the point where they can be a good spouse. The key is working on getting your life together...over time....