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On our Marriage Encounter Experience we were introduced to a communication technique called Dialogue.  Our "dialogue" involves two main parts.   First, we write a Love Letter to each other on a topic that is relevant to our relationship.  The focus of our letter is on our feelings about the topic.  In our letter we try to describe our feelings in a way that our spouse can come to know us on a deeper level.  The second part of the technique is to read each other's Love letter and continue to explore the feelings we have shared.

Dialogue is something that we have chosen to do every day because it allows us to talk about what is really going on in our hearts, and what is weighing on our minds.  It enables us to get beyond the kids schedules, the stuff on our "To-Do" list and the petty stuff in our lives.  This is a gift of our Marriage Encounter Experience that keeps on giving.  If you would like to learn more about this potentially life changing technique, consider attending a Marriage Encounter Experience near you!  


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