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Why Being Right in Marriage Can Be Wrong

August 01, 2023
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How often do you need to be right? And how do you respond when you’re not right, and your spouse is? We’re digging into all that today and discussing why being right in marriage can be wrong. Listen in as we chat about how we can help maintain the peace, not by hoping that our spouse, if ever asked, applaud us as always right. But instead, by actively practicing humility.

2 Practical Ways to Choose Humility

  • Reject me-centeredness
  • Choose both/and

Us Time Challenge 

Identify if there are any little areas where you insist on being right. We all have them. Then, figure out how you can practice both/and in this area.

Team Us Resources 

Resources Mentioned in This Episode

  • Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis 

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Ted and Ashleigh first met in Chesapeake, Virginia in 2001. In December 2002, they said, “I do, of course!” Since then, they’ve lived in five more states and celebrated the births of four daughters. Both have master’s degrees in Communication from Regent University, and over the years they’ve served as premarital mentors for engaged couples.

Ted’s a website developer, and Ashleigh is the author of the books Team Us: The Unifying Power of Grace, Commitment and Cooperation in Marriageand Braving Sorrow Together: The Transformative Power of Faith and Community When Life Is Hard.

Ashleigh has also written for publications including, Focus on the Family Magazine,, and HuffPost.

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