Are you overdue for a relationship checkup?

Dr. Grant Mullen Churches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 2 Comments

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It’s Valentine’s Day, so we need to talk…..
about relationships.

That’s right, your relationship.

You spend lots of time and money maintaining your vehicle but how much time and effort do you put into maintaining your relationship?

Preventive maintenance now can save you months of counselling later.

Is this why you got married?

Is this why you got married?

In this video you will learn how to do a relationship checkup so you can keep your most important relationship tuned up.

So take a deep breath, say ah, and click on the video.

To live a transformed life, you need to look after your most important relationship.

Now I want to hear from you

How do you keep your marriage fresh and interesting? Just leave your comments in the box below.

Here’s another important Valentine’s Day video to improve your communication.
10 Communication land mines to avoid.

Freedom from CodependencyHow do we pick our relationships?

What are the most common marriage pitfalls?
How do we become codependent?
How can you place your marriage on a firmer foundation?
You will find the answers in the DVD Freedom from Codependency
Click here for more information and a 5 minute preview.

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I’ll talk to you next week,

Grant

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Click here to find the answers in our Q&A Forum.

Comments 2

  1. Dr Mullen, I deeply appreciate all the work that you are doing to help us in all the
    challenges we face in this life. Your advice and insights are extremely helpful, and even though I am single I am able to refer my married friends to your website. I will support your ministry financially, and I will pray that you will continue to use your
    education, wisdom, talents and gifts to help so many of us who will benefit from you.

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