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Maintaining Mindful Marriages


How do we achieve lasting change and growth in our marriages, even in a worldwide crisis?

Sharing limited space during this pandemic can put a strain on a marriage. What tips can help us manage our space in a mindful way, which preserves our personal needs while caring for each other?

“Abby, help! I don’t even know what day it is in this pandemic! My spouse and I are struggling to balance time for everything, and it’s causing tension. How do we fix this? And is it so bad if we don’t?”

With such a different pacing to life during this pandemic, what should we be aiming to achieve in our physical intimacy right now?

Tips, please! How do I fortify my marriage to face this continuing crisis?

How do I know if we’re trying hard enough as a couple to reach our potential? What if one of us is capable of more stretching at this time? 

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We’re fighting more than normal right now. How can we fix some of our nasty patterns?

Bonus Episode: We can’t afford therapy right now; we lost a serious part of our income because of the crisis. But we need it. What can we do from home on a limited budget?

Can we really achieve any mindfulness in our marriages at this time? Why are you so convinced we can?


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