Friday Funnies: Well That Got Serious

Do you remember the first really serious conversation you had with your spouse? The one that maybe caught you off guard and went deep in a hurry?

If you’ve been married more than 48 hours you probably answered yes. You can talk forever when you’re dating, but there’s something about being married that makes conversations change.

That’s what happened to Joe about two weeks after getting married. Laugh-and-learn from his experience with this serious topic.

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“Well, That Got Serious”

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NEXT STEP

Get a plan. Serious conversations are good because it’s important to know where you are headed as a couple and as a family.

Take the next step and get a plan. It doesn’t have to be elaborate, but it does need to be written down so you can see it. It can be adjusted at any time. The goal is to have an idea of what you want to accomplish together—and to know that God has for you to do.

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