More often than not New Year’s resolutions are about losing weight or hitting the gym on a more regular basis. This year, make a resolution that really matters — commit your relationship to growth and resolve to make your marriage even better.
Ask your partner today, what they want to achieve over the next year. Arrange a time to reflect on aspects that will contribute to your partners growth (and yours). Whether it be about learning new skills, changing a core aspect of your life (such as your job) or working towards a healthier lifestyle, ask the question and let this be an opportunity for growth.Encourage your partner and give them space to do so. Intentionally commit to reviewing progress and making 2016 a year to remember.
From the team at Intentional-Relationship.com, be intentional about your relationship and have a safe and loving 2016.
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I’m not really a New Year’s Resolution person. I figure – Thursday, January first of 2015 is no different than any other Thursday of any other week in any other month in any other year. If you want to make a difference in your life, to change or improve something; now is the time to do it. No matter what day or time or cycle of the moon you’re reading this during, now is the time.
As my New Year’s Eve showed me – it’s not what you have or what you do – it’s who you spend your time with that counts.
But – we have agreed upon a calendar year as a way to measure time and understand the importance of a year when it comes to the periods of time that we segment our lives into. As we sit here, we begin a new year. A new start…
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