Better Together: It’s About WE

Welcome to Better Together. The newsletter that believes your marriage can be amazing. We hope that you will find this newsletter inspirational and practical.

“Close relationships, more than money or fame, are what keep people happy throughout their lives.” (The Grant Study, a 75-year-long Harvard research project on human development.)

What We Have Been Writing

Physical nakedness with our spouse is good.
Emotional nakedness with our spouse is equally as important.

A good marriage requires no secrets. Complete openness.

Gen 2:25.

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It’s not about me.
It’s about *we*.

Make sure your choices are what is best for your marriage. Not simply what you want.

Selfishness has no place in a marriage.

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Questions to ask yourself before bringing up a concern:

  • Is this an ongoing issue
  • Is this the right time to bring this up
  • Will NOT bringing this up allow problems to become worse

Being open with concerns, can increase love, connection

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What We Have Been Reading

The real deathblow to marriages isn't how often you two fight, but how often you fail to resolve the issue.

Conflict isn't the end of the world and you can't make an omelette without cracking some eggs.

Joe Horton | Guild of Dads

It’s okay to love your spouse and be annoyed with them sometimes.

That’s kind of how it works.

Jack and Kenz | Marriage Awesomeness

Marriage isn’t a choice; It is a MILLION choices, every single day. Love is a verb. And a muscle. The more we CHOOSE to use it, the stronger it grows.



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Written and published by Nathan & Kelli.

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The purpose of “The Couple Project” is to learn more about what makes a strong marriage or relationship. We share what we are learning, which ideas we are trying, and which ideas helped improve our relationship. We realize not everything that works for us will work for you, but we still hope you will find our journey valuable.

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