The following is part 17 of a series from the book, Drawing Heaven into Your Marriage. To see the previous section, click here.There is one little ploy that is at the center of much of the world’s work on marriage. It is called active listening. It involves re-stating what your partner has said until he or she is fully satisfied that you understand. Only then can you express yourself. After you have had your say, your partner must re-state your feelings until you are satisfied. Most prominent Read More.
Instead of inconveniences and irritations, some people see goodness and blessings. One of my heroes is John Glenn. He is a hero because of his pioneering space accomplishments both as a young man and as a mature man. He was a conscientious politician. But perhaps he was most heroic in his marriage.John and Annie grew up together. They played together as children and dated through high school. John described Annie as “pretty, with dark hair and a shy, bright smile.” They were in band, glee club Read More.