When was the first moment you knew your spouse got you?
Whether it was your third date or wedding day, there was a moment that you believed your spouse knew and understood you better than any other person on the planet. You felt loved, appreciated and respected in a way no other person had ever made you feel. On your wedding day, "I do" meant "you get me" for you both.
Then life set in. Replaced by busy careers, financial stressors and growing children, the idea of pursuing one another began to fade away. The circumstances of life created a slow erosion of getting one another and was replaced by complacency and a lack of connection.
Here's the secret: for your spouse to get you, you have to first get your spouse. What you knew so confidently on your wedding day can be recaptured and sustained, but only through one simple, yet utterly complex, skill: communication.
Getting Me is a series of six essential conversations to guide you through engaging with your spouse at a deeper, more meaningful level. Getting Me answers the tough but all-too-common question of "Will my spouse ever get me again?" with professional insights and Bible-based guidance, along with specific steps and dialogue prompts. Getting Me is designed to strengthen all aspects of your marriage - emotionally, physically and spiritually.
Your commitment to these conversations will allow you to both feel more loved, appreciated and respected. But, Getting Me only works if you are willing to get your spouse again.
Are you willing?