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Step 4.

Invest time and money in your relationship weekly

A marriage is just like a garden; neglect it, and it will die or become full of weeds. Both partners need to invest time and money in the marriage,
for it to blossom.
This chapter is all about ONE THING... Great habits.
Ask yourself these questions:

When was your last holiday?
When was your last date night? 
Do you have a mortgage? School fees? Are they expensive? 
How much of your budget is allocated to your relationship?
A night out to dinner is not simply an expensive meal, it is an experience...

Everything you do that is romantic, intense, special, and helps your communicate better, is an experience that is great for your marriage... Create amazing memories; don't simply pay off assets.
Your marriage is an asset! 

I've seen many unhappy couples who amost own thier homes come to see me at marriage counselling, and they are almost at divorce courts... Think about your priorities... 

You cannot change your MARRIAGE, until you change your HABITS. 
Know what to do, and when to do it, and your marriage will be awesome! This chapter will show you great habits!!



Make your partner a top priority
in your schedule.

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Hi Phoebe, I recently purchased your book (through my local bookstore), after seeing it mentioned in an article in a Sunday newspaper. I have been married for 26 years but have felt a bit unhappy in the last 6 months.  It was like you knew me and my situation, and had written the book for me!  I found it easy to understand with very common sense and practical suggestions, and am still working out the best way of keeping the book’s practical steps alive and a part of our relationship. I was wondering how it is going for you and your marriage? Are the steps still working for you? How do you keep the steps alive and put them into practice? I was very inspired after I read your book as I feel that generally there is very little training or guidance in maintaining and keeping passion and love alive in long term relationships, especially marriage. Have you thought about or held any seminars or courses in this topic? Looking forward to hearing from you.

Warm Regards,
Sharon, Victoria, Australia.

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