Surviving Marriage Over 40 Podcast
About This Show
Surviving Marriage Over 40 can be a Challenge! The kids are Gone! Empty Nest Syndrome! And now it's just you two! Problems arise from collage tuition for children to Wow, we don't have enough saved for Retirement.
Yes , Surviving Marriage Over 40 has it's Challenges.
However, through Commitment, Communication and the Application of Sound Biblical Truths... you can not Only Survive but Thrive!
We Welcome you to our Podcast, Surviving Marriage Over 40!
Dave and Tammy Shirley.
Most Recent Episode
Podcast 003 Why Marriages Fail
Sep 20 15
Listen to the Podcast >> Why Marriages Fail
Welcome... Welcome I am Dave and this is Tammy... Welcome to Surviving Marriage Over 40 Podcast!
Today on the Show, Episode 003, we are going to dive into >>Why Marriages Fail
Bible/Inspirational Quote of the Day
Ecclesiastes 4:10, for if either falls, his companion can lift them up; but pity the one who falls without another to lift them up.
You Know... your hands don't just coexist together.
They multiply the effectiveness of the other.
They cooperate together to accomplish task that neither could do without both of them working in harmony.
And to continue succeeding at this level, each hand must be seen as incomplete without the other.
The same principle applies in marriage. One of you may be better at cooking, while the other is more thorough a cleaning the dishes.
One may be more gentle and be able to keep peace among family members, while the other handles discipline more effectively.
One partner may have a good business head, but needs the other to help him remember to be generous.
When we learn to accept the unique distinctions in our mate, we can then take advantage of the uniqueness that makes each of us more effective, and be grateful for the benefits this adds to the marriage.
Question of the Day: Dear David and Tammy, what do you think is more important to maintaining a successful relationship? Physical attributes such as looks and strength or the importance of being friends and communication?
Tammy what do you think about this question? Give us your best answer.
Tammy>> I definitely think that is more important to be friends and have effective communication, so that should be number one.
Dave>> Well Tammy I agree, but on a