#94: How to be Resilient in Your Marriage (Podcast)

factors of resilience

To be resilient is to withstand hardship and recover readily. So how can you be resilient and stay strong when the storms of life hit—when communication is absent in marriage, when a spouse leaves, when a child rebels, when unemployment strikes, when a dream fails to come true?

On today’s podcast, we’ll be discussing the four ways to be resilient in your marriage with Sheridan Voysey. Voysey is an Australian-born, Oxford-based writer, speaker, and broadcaster. In his newest book Resilient: Your Invitation to a Jesus-Shaped Life, he discusses the tough topic of resilience based on Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount.

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The 4 Ways to be Resilient in your Marriage

  1. Positive Emotions
  2. Strong Relationships
  3. A Sense of Meaning
  4. A Sense of Accomplishment

Episode Resources

Resilient: Your Invitation to a Jesus-Shaped Life 

http://sheridanvoysey.com/fivepractices/

http://www.markmerrill.com/forgiveness-its-not-what-you-think

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  • An enjoyable interview again, Mark. Thanks for all you and Family First do.

  • Thank you Sheridan! Always a pleasure!