Marriage Article – Dealing With Anger In Your Marriage

As a follow up to my recent Anger Management in Marriage series, I’ve compiled that information into a single marriage article around the area of dealing with anger in marriage.

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Revealed: The One Word to Kick Out of Your Vocabulary for a Secure Marriage

He who guards his mouth and his tongue keeps himself from calamity.
Proverbs 21:23 (NIV)

Are you completely secure in your marriage relationship?

Do you think there is the slightest possibility that the marriage could end one day, with either one or both of you giving up on it?

Many couples don’t have security that their spouse is in the marriage to stay. The roots of stress, anxiety, worry, and fear are slowly weaving their way through the foundation of the marriage, generating small cracks that gradually get larger, eventually causing the home to crumble.

Also, with many couples, one or both of the spouses have the thought (either conscious or subconscious) that “if things get too rough, or don’t go my way, I can at least get out of it.” They’ve mentally got one foot out the door “just in case.”

There are a number of reasons for an insecure marriage, but in this article we’ll focus on one.

That brings us to THE one word you need to kick out of your marriage.