Lucky four-leaf clovers are popping up a lot this month along with that elusive pot of gold. St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner.
My husband and I met on this very special day many moons ago. Though I don’t have a speck of Irish in me, I’d like to think that some of the “Luck o The Irish” can come my way during this time of year.
If Im not careful, though, I can start to believe that luck or wishful thinking has anything to do with creating a great marriage. Nothing could be further from the truth. A great marriage involves two people consciously and intentionally creating the kind of marriage they desire together.
If each spouse is dedicated to taking personal responsibility for how they act and what they do to create the marriage they want, the relationship will continue to thrive.
Does that mean perfection? No way! It may involve falling many times. But it also means having the courage to get back on track again and again.
Eventually, you start to build a foundation for your relationship and discover that what you share is more solid than fleeting feelings. You make a decision to see your relationship as a healing journey. The reward is an authentic relationship filled with excitement and passion.
So forget luck. Start reaping those sweet rewards as you forge ahead with determination toward your "pot of gold", the wonderful new relationship you are creating together.
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