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We've heard that marriage is a land of endless bliss and "the honeymoon" years are sunshine and rainbows. What if that is not true? (at least not the whole truth) What happens when we walk into marriage expecting bliss without effort? How do we escape the trap of wheel-turning in blues land – the sometimes painful adjustments and challenges of early marriage – and break into enduring bliss? Ngina seeks to answer these questions in a Biblical and practical way that will impact and change your marriage! She shares from her own marriage, how God changed her focus: from trying to change her husband and control her marriage, to desiring a depth and fulfillment that comes from doing marriage His way. In Blues to Bliss, we tackle many hot spots found in the early years of marriage - communication, sex, finances, family, intimacy, singular mindsets e.t.c - and learn how to navigate them without falling out of love. Specifically, you will learn how to - Intentionally pursue your vows, in the midst of life's messes and failure. - Cultivate a fierce determination to honor God first, before your spouse. - Take personal responsibility for your issues. - Find courage to keep your spouse accountable. If you are an imperfect girl married to an imperfect guy, this book is for you. Ngina's prayer is to see the wife transformed so God can use her to change the dynamics of her marriages, from blues to bliss. As a wife, you will be encouraged and challenged to overcome mindsets and attitudes that stop you from becoming all God created you to be in your marriage.
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About the Author
Ngina Otiende is a Christian, wife, mentor and Author who blogs at IntentionalToday.com, where she equips early-wed wives will tools and resources to create intentional happily-ever-afters. Ngina has a passion for women and her deepest desire is to see them break free from mindsets that hinder them from becoming all God created them to be. You can read more of her thoughts at www.IntentionalToday.com.