Welcome to the Marriage Steps Podcast where developing a long-lasting, happy relationship is the status symbol to achieve and following my six marriage steps is a path to help get you there. The six steps are establishing a covenant foundation, owning your brokenness, learning to share power, developing emotional attachment, cultivating sexual fireworks, and staying in love. I’m your host Dr. Wyatt Fisher, a licensed psychologist specializing in marriage counseling. If you enjoy the podcast, please subscribe, click the 5 stars, and leave a review. For more marriage resources, go to my website https://www.drwyattfisher.com and follow me at https://www.facebook.com/drwyattfisher or on Instagram at drwyattfisher. And remember, your marriage is alive, if you care for it, it will thrive and if you don’t it will die. The choice is up to you. Take Care!
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Dr Wyatt is sometimes corny, but he has amazing and upfront insight that always seems to fit the square peg in the round hole in my relationship with my wife. When it seems we’ve hit an impasse, we overcome. Many times we use his philosophies and BAM! Done. Thank you doc for what you do. You definitely found your calling.
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Thank you Dr Fisher for your honest straight to the point tips and advice . I love that you speak from the heart. My wife and I have been married 20 years and as you can imagine have had many seasons . Most recently a season of infidelity . This really allowed us to dig into who we are as people and as a couple. Tremendous growth has since followed and thanks to you we have recurring reminders that we always have beautiful ways to connect and learn about one another !
I attended a 2019 fall retreat in Colorado. I was bummed because my husband had admitted to an affair in the spring and agreed that a marriage retreat could be good for us then two days before the retreat, he decided not to go. I still went. I learned a lot about how to communicate better and what I could have been doing wrong. Since everything went down, we decided to work on the marriage and it’s HARD! I am trying so hard to be patient with changes and trying so hard to utilize the communication tools I’ve learned but I feel like I can’t do it all alone. Listening to these pod casts gives me a boost of hope all over again. I just wish my husband would take an interest in them and I wish so bad he would have attended the retreat with me last year.