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Tips for living the abundant life

 
Another Coffee from the October 1991 Deep Cove Crier

‘Why Can’t A Woman Be More Like A Man??’

Benjamin Franklin once said: "Keep your eyes wide open before marriage, and half shut afterwards". It has also been said that marriages are made in heaven, but we are responsible for the maintenance work. The "Marriage Encounter" movement is dedicated to keeping marriages alive and exciting. Over 65,000 couples every year go a Marriage Encounter weekend designed to "make good marriages better". Nowadays with double career marriages and endless busyness consuming our free time, marriages need more encouragement than ever.

Every couple who gets married wants their relationship to be lifelong and filled with great warmth and closeness.  "Marriage Encounter" offers a way to rediscover that original specialness and intimacy. In Marriage Encounter they teach a new method of communication that reconnects us to our marriage partner in a brand new way. A special "love letter" model is used that cuts through years of defensiveness and distance.

Why is it that the very things that initially attracted us to our spouse often end up being the things that most irritate us??  Click to find out more….

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