If at First You Don’t Succeed; 25 Ways to Improve Your Marriage in 2014

BY: - 20 Dec '13 | Marriage

Share this article!


“You can’t have a maximum marriage with a minimum effort!”  That’s a quote from my husband, Lamar, and it’s basically a mantra for this site. If you want the best out of your marriage, then you have to put your best effort in it.  If you want things to change in your marriage, then you have to do something different.

We hear a lot of people complaining about their marriages.  But when we ask them what have they been doing to fix it, they say things like:

“We tried counseling a few years back…but it didn’t work?”

“My husband/wife does not like counseling…so we don’t go.”

“He/she is never going to change.”

If you were looking for a job, and you got turned down in your first interview, would you stop looking? When you were applying for schools and you didn’t get into your favorite one, did you stop applying?  Since when is trying one thing EVER acceptable?

We want your marriage to succeed in 2014. And succeeding means putting your best foot forward to implement change. If your marriage is bad…we want it to be better.  If your marriage is good, we want it to be great.

BMWK – follow the link to check out our list of

25 Ways to Improve Your Marriage in 2014

About the author

Ronnie Tyler wrote 467 articles on this blog.

Ronnie Tyler is the co-creator of BlackandMarriedWithKids.com and co-producer of the films Happily Ever After: A Positive Image of Black Marriage, You Saved Me, Men Ain't Boys and Still Standing. The proud mom of 4 has been selected by Parenting Magazine as a Must-Read Mom and is one of Babble's Top 100 Mom Bloggers.


like what you're reading?

Start Shopping!


Facebook Wordpress

3 WordPress comments on “If at First You Don’t Succeed; 25 Ways to Improve Your Marriage in 2014

Leave a Reply