Passion and Power: Growing Stronger Despite the Common Relationship Catastrophes

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16 thoughts on “Passion and Power: Growing Stronger Despite the Common Relationship Catastrophes”

  1. I agree. Communication is the most important thing in a marriage. That and negotiating when necessary.

  2. Finding someone you are completely comfortable talking to and communicating with is key! It’s the most important thing in a relationship!

  3. Financial struggles can put a strain on any relationship. It’s important to communicate and work through things together.

  4. It seems like communication takes a lot of practice. It’s super important to try to be open with each other though.

  5. My husband and I could never understand where the boredom set in. We have always been the best of friends and always look forward to the end of the day and seeing each other. Things are always peppy!

  6. Love this post. It is really important to communicate with your partner even when you both are miles apart, there are so many ways to communicate. Lot of problems will come, but if you are both willing to fight to go through with it with trust and faith, you both can get through with it.

  7. Finding time to just be a couple is tricky with kids, but it’s worthwhile. At some point the kids will move out & I don’t want my husband to be a stranger at that point.

  8. The numbers of couples getting divorced are always staggering. But being married is hard work & you’ve got to be committed to doing the work.

  9. I think communication, honesty and support are essential to any successful marriage. Marriage isn’t easy, it’s work – and you need to be committed to making it work.

  10. My brother-in-law gave a speech at his own wedding that I thought was very good.
    He spoke about how important it is to be able to “tolerate” the other person in the long run!

  11. Divorce rates are definitely on the rise. People don’t even expect people to stay married anymore. It’s sad.

  12. Communication is the root of every great relationship, including yourself. I’m glad to see that you are finding the positive in the struggle

  13. we’re celebrating 15 years this year and surprisingly I’m not bored. Thats not to say we don’t have problems but we work each day to grow and build our relationship

  14. I have been divorced and it sucked! With my current marriage, I have made it a point to work as hard as I can to keep my marriage strong.

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