Most weddings are a celebration. Love is in the air. Family and friends show up for the party bringing bitter-sweet memories and mixed feelings. But it’s not just for the wedding presents and to have an audience in the pictures; those family and friends impact your marriage long after the wedding is over.
GI-GO. Any old-time computer person will recognize that acronym; Garbage In, Garbage Out. If you want better output, change the input! And it’s not just for your computer. It’s also the key to healthier thoughts and feelings.
What’s going on in your mind right now? Yes, right this very minute. What has your attention? Are you having a good day, or a bad day? If someone asked you, “A penny for your thoughts?”, what would you tell them? Do you have a stock-pile of good things to think about?
You fell in love. You said “I do.” You thought you knew the person you were planning to make a life with. And then one day you look at the person in the bed next to you and wonder, “Where did you come from?” Understanding your spouse’s heart becomes increasingly important the longer you’re married.