|ADHD & Marriage - Weekly Marriage Tip - August 15, 2011|
Heart to Heart
Tips for Thriving in your Marriage
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“Honest failure is a badge of experience. All of you will fail at some time in your career, or in love or in life. No one ever sets out to fail. But being afraid to fail means you’ll be afraid to try.”
Don’t Be Afraid to Fail
Sustaining a good relationship (vs. initiating one) has much to do with trying new things and, sometimes, failing at them. To keep your sex life interesting, you might add new positions or toys (and, hopefully, laugh if they don’t turn out as expected!) You might try new ways to keep your household organized, or go to a world premier play to spruce up your date night only to be horrified by the content.
NEXT COUPLES COURSE STARTS SEPTEMBER 12. FIND OUT MORE AT THIS LINK. The course is given by phone - what do you have to lose?
|For those in marriages impacted by ADHD|
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Hope to hear from you there!
© 2011 Melissa Orlov