My daughter found this four leaf clover at track practice. (Yup, must have been an arduous practice). One leaf got a little mangled when she pressed it, but it is the real thing – a four leaf clover! There is a one in 10,000 chance of finding a four leaf clover. One might say that is an possible but highly improbable find. I know I spent a fair amount of time as a child looking for one without any such luck.
I have noticed that many people in the LDS church or raised in this tradition have a belief that it is possible but not probable to have a successful mixed faith marriage. There are common beliefs around mixed faith marriages like: “that type of marriage is harder” or “not as desirable as when both partners share the same faith” or “a mixed faith marriage is not ideal”. But are these true? Is a successful mixed faith marriage as rare as a four leaf clover?
NO! You can have a rewarding and fulfilling mixed faith marriage and not be some special leprechaun blessed couple. If you noticed you have some of the common thoughts around a mixed faith marriage, you will most likely need to change those thoughts before you can have a successful and thriving marriage. This is totally available to you.
Coaching helps you do just this. Coaching can help you approach you relationship in a totally new way. This new way will produce the results you want – connection, support, intimacy, respect. It is possible and it is probable!
Email me or click below if you want to hop on a free call and see how coaching can help you and your marriage. The call will take about an hour and we can uncover your current beliefs and see what we can do to create new ones that will support you in creating a thriving mixed faith marriage.
Talk to you soon,