David and I have a small group of couples we have been meeting with on a monthly basis for 22 years to work on our marriages. Our study this fall is Cherish by Gary Thomas. One of the things we did in our last session was to write down and discuss with our spouse what made us feel cherished. Cherish is different than love. While cherish may be different for each person, for the most part, I think it is those little acts that leave someone feeling adored, safe and worth the effort as pointed out in the book. I want to brag on my husband He has gone out of his way, since our last meeting, to do just that. And that in itself makes me feel cherished. How about you? What makes you feel cherished?
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