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Marriage Turbulence? Fasten Your Seatbelts.

Jan 01, 1970 / General     

As a private pilot, I can tell you that bad weather and air turbulence are just a part of flying. Sometimes it can be avoided…other times, it can't. Building an intimate marriage is kind of like flying a plane—sure, most of us would like to avoid turbulence in our marriage, but sometimes you just have to fly through it. The key to navigating through it is to learn to resolve conflict and communicate with each other in a way that turns marital turbulence into a smooth flight. So, when things get a little bumpy, don't reach for the parachute… fasten your seatbelt and keep your marriage on course. I've got a tried and true flight plan that will guide you to calmer skies.

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