DFR eZine #60: Is your marriage teetering on the edge of imbalance?
Respecting the Laws of Relational Equilibrium in Your Marriage
For many of the couples that come into our Care Centre, their relationship is off-kilter because they are not respecting the laws of relational equilibrium.
What is relational equilibrium? Picture being on a teeter-totter as a child. To fully enjoy the activity, you needed a friend near your size—an equal who could offset your weight. You needed balance. The teeter-totter resembles relationships. The bigger I am (aggressive, opinionated and confident), the more I have to move toward my partner to keep balance. The heavier person emotionally can often control the discussion and the direction of the relationship. We have to move toward each other in marriage, especially the more forceful one, to even out the interaction. Read more…
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The second-half is different! Register today!
The 2nd half of marriage can be the best with the right half-time adjustments. Join Dr. Dave and Donalyn Currie on September 28, 2019, for our Marriage 2.0 Seminar in Abbotsford, BC. This unprecedented seminar is recommended for couples facing the empty nest and beyond 20 years married or over age 45 in a second marriage. Register now!
This is hockey with a heart! Sept 7, 2019
This September marks one of Doing Family Right’s favourite events: The Hockey Marathon of Hope! This event takes 64 hockey players and asks them to play 10 hours of hockey. Why? All to raise funds to support Doing Family Right and Imani Orphan Care! We would like to invite you to jump on the ice with us on September 7 or consider sponsoring a player this year. Learn more…
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