Travels with Louise and Clark

No, that's not a typo. But with a nod to the 200th anniversary of the famous expedition, here's how you can keep your marriage adventure on the move.

New experiences open the windows in your marriage and invite refreshing breezes in through the frame. A new experience interrupts routine, and sharing your reactions makes it even more meaningful, promoting intimacy.

Which brings us back to Louise and Clark. They're tired of settling for boredom, and they're ready to go exploring again. They'd like you to join them on the adventure of a lifetime.

And it won't require exchanging your house for a 55-foot wooden keel boat and 12 tons of supplies in order to do it!

Ramon Presson, a marriage and family therapist, pastor, and author, lives with his family in Tennessee.

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Adventure; Boredom; Marriage
Today's Christian Woman, Summer, 2003
Posted September 30, 2008

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