Better Together: Married Sex is the best kind of sex!
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.)
Last weeks best tweets:
1) Secrecy isn't healthy.
If you're doing something you can't share with your spouse you probably shouldn't be doing it.— The Couple Project (@kn8ideas) April 27, 2022
Transparency is a sign of a healthy marriage.
2) Treat your spouse as you would like to be treated.
Be kind to your spouse. Be tenderhearted and forgiving.— The Couple Project (@kn8ideas) April 26, 2022
Forgive as God forgives you.
3) Use your marriage to help you and your spouse grow.
One of the purposes of marriage is to help us grow and improve.— The Couple Project (@kn8ideas) April 25, 2022
4) Work together to create good and healthy habits.
Creating better habits around sleeping, eating, and exercising will improve your marriage.— The Couple Project (@kn8ideas) April 27, 2022
5) Be clear and open with your spouse.
Most problems in a marriage are caused by unmet or unrealistic expectations.— The Couple Project (@kn8ideas) April 26, 2022
Work to be more clear with each other about your expectations.
Don't expect your spouse to be a mind reader, and don't try to be a mind reader. Communicate.
6) Yes it is!
Married sex is the best kind of sex.— The Couple Project (@kn8ideas) April 30, 2022
7) Married sex is more than just sex.
Married sex is about more than just pleasure, it's about connecting and regularly reconnecting with your spouse. Two people becoming one flesh. There is power in it.— Trey & Lea's Stronger Marriages (@StrongMarriage5) April 28, 2022
8) Wives create a home your husband can be the head of.
The husband is the head of the home; the wife is the heart of the home.— Mountain Housewife🌷 (@mtnhousewife) May 1, 2022
9) Simple connections make a huge difference.
It’s those little efforts that will build up to make a big difference in the health of your marriage. You can easily do something every day to connect with your spouse, show them that you see them and that they are important to you.— Amberly//Family Life Educator (@APM_Amberly) April 26, 2022
10) An "I love you" can make your spouse's day.
11) Give love without any expectations.
Your lover is meant to be the receiver of your love. Not the source of it. Love has been designed to be GIVEN.— lookatDworld 🌿 (@lookatDworld) April 4, 2022
12) A request for help is a great way to compliment your spouse.
When you make a request of your spouse, you are affirming his or her worth and abilities.— Dr. Gary Chapman (@DrGaryChapman) April 25, 2022
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Now, go give your spouse a hug and tell them you love them!
Written and published by Nathan & Kelli.