The vast majority of adults wish for a fulfilling, lifelong marriage. Yet with divorce rates in the secular world topping 50% and the religious world not that far behind, most people don’t seem to find it.
The strange part is that every couple starts out starry-eyed and enthusiastic. “We’ll be different. Our marriage will last forever.” And they too fail – often within just a few years.
The question we have to ask ourselves is: what went wrong? And more significantly: what makes a marriage flourish? What can we do to insure that our own marriage is as good as it can be?