LTP 28- Mastering Your Marriage Pt3- Couples That Play Together Stay Together

In this podcast Episode, David & Caron Loveless discuss how to move the needle on the fun meter in your marriage.

We know that every personality needs to have their own version of fun. While some are natural at this and others need to work at it more, apparently, we are genetically designed for fun and novelty.

Listen to the Audio

Here is a brief summary of today’s episode of “The Live True Podcast.”  You can use this as a reference or reminder of key things you feel like you need to pay attention to or pass on to others, in the next 7 days of your life.

Research from the University of Denver supports a high correlation between fun and marital happiness. They found that the amount of fun couples have together was the strongest factor in overall marital happiness.


Serious adult responsibilities like careers, child raising, caring for elderly parents, household chores community & church commitments are all great but after years of managing our to -do lists, it can get easier and easier to let the fun slide and to think of fun together as a luxury, even trivial.

It’s crazy that FUN is the most easily satisfied in marriage

but sometimes the hardest to come by.

Listen to rest of this very fun podcast, by clicking on the “play” button, as we discuss the raising the value of fun in our own marriage and multiple ways that we’re doing this today.


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