The Five-Year Marriage®: Will My Partner Always Agree With Me?

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The Five-Year Marriage® Offers Unique Marriage Advice For Engaged Couples 

Even engaged couples who are certain they want to be together may not be so certain about the traditional approach to marriage. After all, forever is a long time, especially if you’re engaged at a young age. Can you really see yourself feeling and thinking the same ways in a decade? How about two or three decades, or even more? Engaged couples who are looking for an alternative to traditional marriage should read The Five-Year Marriage: Shifting the Marriage ParadigmI’m Annmarie Kelly, author of The Five-Year Marriage: Shifting the Marriage Paradigm and engaged couples, newly married couples, as well as single women and men interested in a new approach to marriage will find life-changing marriage advice in my book. 

Looking For Your Five-Year Partner: Should A Potential Partner Always Agree With You? 

When you’re searching for a partner for your Five-Year Marriage®, even though it isn’t a “forever” commitment, you want to be sure that you and your partner are compatible. After all, although the commitment isn’t forever, The Five-Year Marriage® still requires both partners to work together. Does that mean your partner should always agree with you? Of course not. After all, there’s likely no two people on the planet who agree all the time on everything. Additionally, sometimes people find themselves attracted to someone who is quite different from them. 

Engaged Couples Should Look For Chemistry And Support From One Another 

What’s more important than agreeing with your partner on every little thing is for the two of you to have emotional chemistry and to support one another. Do your values align? Do your differences complement each other? Can you turn to your partner when things aren’t going well, knowing that will have their support? These are some of the things that are crucial to look for in a potential five-year partner. Couples, or single people interesting in looking for their five-year partner, can learn more about what to look for in a partner in The Five-Year Marriage: Shifting the Marriage Paradigm

The Five-Year Marriage® Offers The Best Advice For Engaged And Married Couples 

I’m Annmarie Kelly. Over my career as an author, empowerment speaker, radio host, and victory strategist, I’ve had the pleasure of being able to help empower many women. Now, I’m offering much-needed advice to singles, engaged, and married couples who are looking for an alternative to traditional marriage. If you want to learn more about how The Five-Year Marriage® can offer you the advice you and your partner have been looking for, click through to read more about The Five-Year Marriage® or contact me today

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What is the Five-Year Marriage®?

Created by Annmarie Kelly, the Five-Year Marriage® is a concept of restructuring marriage agreements every five years to take into consideration external and internal changes happening to each person in the relationship. This periodic assessment of each person’s happiness, fulfillment, obligations and goals creates a safe space for each person to grow and change, together. The result is a relationship that grows stronger and more intimate over time. This collection of articles is a dep dive into the  different concepts proposed in the book, The Five-Year Marriage® and deserve a space for additional exploration and discussion.

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