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What separates happy marriages from miserable ones?
I was surprised to learn it wasn’t solid communication, great sex, or amazing conflict resolution skills.
It’s about JOY!
In this book co-authored with Rev. Chris Coursey, Dr. Marcus Warner reveals the secret of the joy gap. The joy gap is the length of time between moments of shared joy. The longer the gap, the unhappier the marriage. The shorter the gap, the better!
Dr. Marcus Warner shares what they have learned about relationships and neuroscience in their book, The 4 Habits of Joy-Filled Marriages. In today’s podcast, you’ll discover:
- How to shorten the joy gap
- How to listen for emotion
- Exercises you can do to strengthen your marriage bond
- Why your bedroom should never become a boardroom
My guest Marcus Warner (M.Div., Th.M. and D.Min. Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is the president of Deeper Walk International. He is a former pastor and college professor who has written several books on topics ranging from how to study the Bible to spiritual warfare, emotional healing, and leadership. Marcus has done training events for organizations such as Navigators, Willow Creek Prison Ministry, and Moody Church. He has traveled the world with Deeper Walk equipping people on the front lines of ministry with practical tools for dealing with root issues that keep people and ministries stuck and unable to go deeper into what God has for them.