Marriage Premarital

An Amazing Tool For Marriage



Yesterday I got to chat with my amazing sister-in-law (who happens to be one of my best friends), and she was telling me she participated in a self-defense class. I’ve always wanted to do one of those!

After she told me about it, she also said if they have a daughter, her daughter will definitely be taking defense courses and working towards a black belt!

She was serious.

She added, “How great would it be if more women had the ability to protect themselves at the threat of an attacker!”

I agreed.

I also instantly had the thought, “How great would it be if more marriages had the tools to attack the their struggles when difficulty presented itself?”

What if couples knew how to communicate better?

What if spouses found sexual fulfillment with each other?

What if marriages knew how to leverage conflict for stronger relationships?


If there was a tool you could use to better equip you and your [future] spouse to have a lasting, thriving marriage, would you take it?

The great news? I know of one! It’s called the Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts assessment, or the SYMBIS assessment.

Don’t be fooled by the name though. Any couple can utilize it regardless if you’ve been married for years. Through my training, I was asked to take the assessment myself. Bo and I were shocked at how many topics it brought to light about our relationship that we hade NEVER discussed before!

Sign. Me. Up.

After almost facing divorce in 2010, we know all too well how important it is to seek out wisdom and counsel for our marriage.

We want to be equipped for the attack. Because the truth is, it’s not a matter of if we will struggle, but when.

I’d like to encourage you to consider taking this assessment, or simply buying the book. The book is filled with tons of great information! The advantage of the assessment is that it’s personalized just for the two of you. You can take it at your convenience and you receive a 15-page personalized report that will provide you with numerous tools and topics for discussion.

Don’t make the mistake we did and wait until you find yourself in crisis or extreme difficulty to start working on your marriage. Seek wisdom now and enjoy growing together and cultivating a marriage better than anything you could imagine!

“Blessed are those who find wisdom, those who gain understanding.” Proverbs 3:13

Growing with you,


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