The Ultimate Marriage Improving Book

I’m going to share with you the book that will make more of a difference to your marriage than any other. This book will change how you see yourself, your husband, and your marriage.

The best part is it won’t cost you much because you’ll write it yourself!

The Ultimate Marriage Improving Book

I’m talking about a Gratitude Journal – a daily recounting of the things for which you are grateful. Over the last decade, a number of studies have shown gratitude changes how we think and feel for the better. It makes us happier and it helps us cope. It teaches us to focus on the good rather than the bad – a very good thing but unfortunately not normal human nature.

Spending 10 to 15 minutes an evening writing about the good things from your day will change you in good ways. If you make a point to include your husband it will change your marriage, in good ways.

Before you start writing each day, spend a bit of time in prayerful reflection. When you write give detail and get personal. The more you put into this, the more it will bless you.

If you want something fancy to write in, or something geared to help you, Amazon has a number of gratitude journals

~ Paul – I’m XY and among other things, I am thankful for each of you who reads this blog!

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2 Comments on “The Ultimate Marriage Improving Book

  1. This is a good idea. My husband has been stepping it up lately, but then he’ll slip and one sarcastic comment, one snide remark, one yelling at the kids in a mean way, and in my mind it feels like it erases all the good.

  2. It would be really neat to keep one for general blessings, and also a separate one for a daily item about my husband. Then I could give that second journal to him as a 2017 Christmas gift. Especially since he’s strong on words of encouragement love language. Thanks for the timely idea!

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