Newlyweds, let's be honest, the first year of marriage can be a very challenging year. But if you see it as a transitional year, you can use it to build a strong foundation for your marriage and relationship to thrive and succeed.
This marriage podcast is dedicated to newlyweds and couples in their first few years of marriage.
However, even if you are past your first few years of marriage, engaged, dating, or simply interested in marriage, you will benefit from listening to this podcast.
Marcus and Ashley will be sharing marriage tips to help newlyweds build a strong foundation for their marriage.
In addition, we will also have conversations with other married couples to share experiences from their first year of marriage; the struggles, problems they encountered, how to communicate, resolve conflicts, adjust with each other and married life, lessons, marriage advice for newlyweds, and tips on how to survive the first few years of marriage.
The unique first year of marriage stories shared on this podcast will help newlyweds navigate their first few years of marriage while building a strong foundation for a happy, healthy, and fulfilling marriage.
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040 Dealing with Long Term Health Issues in Our Marriage
In today’s episode, we give an update about health issues we are going through right now. How it has impacted our marriage, life, and family. Plus what you can learn from our health struggles to apply in your marriage. Our health issues started last summer and played a huge role in our decision-making process. We also talked […]
039 New Marriage, New Culture with Alison Chrun
Welcome back! Alison Chrun from California is our guest for today. Alison has been married for 8 and a half years, is a mom to two boys, and presently pursuing her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She blogs at Appetite for Honesty and writes for large blogs such as Scary Mommy and The Huffington Post. […]
038 Honeymooning Through All 50 US States as Newlyweds with Heath and Alyssa Padgett
Heath and Alyssa Padgett are our guests for this episode. They have been married for 1 year and 1 month. Heath and Alyssa live in an RV, and spent their first year of marriage traveling for 200 days across the lower 48 states of America. They recently finished visiting all 50 States. The amazing thing about their honeymoon […]
037 Creating Laughter and Meaningful Conversations in Marriage with Tanja Pajevic
Tanja Pajevic is our guest for this week. She has been married for 10 years, lives in Boulder Colorado with her husband and their two sons. Tanja is a former Fulbright Fellow to Slovenia, writer and consultant. She is also the author of the best-selling marriage book, 9 Steps to Heal Your Resentment and Reboot Your Marriage. […]
036 As a Newly Married Couple Should You Combine Finances? with Jason Pockrandt
In today’s episode, Jason Pockrandt share’s his first year of marriage story. Jason has been married for 2 years, is the father to a beautiful girl, and lives in Bay City, Michigan. He is a Speaker, Life Coach of Live To Give, and author of The Confident Father’s Guidebook: Five Steps to Personal Transformation, Rediscover your […]
035 After Our Move… with Ashley and Marcus Kusi
It’s been a while since we released a new episode. Our move to a new city coupled with Marcus’s new job has kept us very busy for the past month. If you have moved before with kids under 3 years of age, you know its not as easy as moving to a new house without kids. But […]
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Great for Relationship building
Love it! It’s not only for newlyweds but it’s great for relationship building. Marcus and Ashley covers many overlooked problems when it comes to relationships and they offer lots of actionable insights. Keep it up guys!
My fiancée and I are listening to this and we're on episode 4. We love it very much and this podcast has sort of reaffirmed what we have already been doing while also reminding us of some of our faults. We are both non-religious so when it comes to the religious parts we just skip forward. So I may look for a civil podcast if there's any out there. Still love this podcast though! Thank you for all the effort you both put into it :)
For a single person...
As a single person I wondered if I would enjoy this show and I have to say that I REALLY enjoyed this show. I have discovered insight that will come in handy both in relationships, and when I eventually do walk down the isle. Great stuff, and I'm looking forward to hearing more!!!