To live a truly happy existence, we have to practice happiness in all areas of our lives. Today, on the podcast, I invite you to join me as we consider how to practice happiness in relationship–specifically, marriage.
On this special episode, I’m interviewing New York Times bestselling author, speaker, big-time blogger, and entrepreneur Fawn Weaver. Fawn is the author of Happy Wives Club and The Argument-Free Marriage.
Fawn is a true expert on marriage, as she traveled the world a few years ago, interviewing couples across the globe who had been very happily married for 25+ years. She was looking for consistencies in these marriages–common denominators that all couples can strive for to create a happy union.
Fawn discovered 12 common denominators in happy marriages, and we’ll discuss a few on the podcast today. She found that practicing happiness in relationship comes through mutual respect and admiration, as well as mutual submission.
That’s only the tip of the iceberg, so listen in as we dive into being a strong woman and a strong wife, making sure you address all challenges as a team (making the challenge the foe and not your spouse), taking a posture of presumed innocence in every argument, and more.
Fawn is full of wisdom (and such humble vulnerability), and it fills me with joy to have a chance to talk about practicing happiness in my own marriage with Richard, as well.
Fawn can be found at happywivesclub.com.