NATIONAL MARRIAGE WEEK
Every year from February 7-14, National Marriage Week reminds us that marriage is more than a day or a ceremony. A marriage requires dedication and commitment that generates a lifetime of rewards.
The week is part of a movement to strengthen and promote the benefits of marriage. Marriage is a long-term commitment that takes a lot of work from both parties. No matter how many years a couple has been married, each person takes part in nurturing it. Many events during the life of a marriage can chip away at its foundation. Job stress, the economy, family obligations, and even basic household responsibilities create a complex balancing act.
A solid marriage includes communication, balance, common and independent goals, teamwork, and much more. Those who renew their commitment to each other know what works in a marriage. Celebrate every opportunity to grow and strengthen your marriage.
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalMarriageWeek
Across the nation, couples have the opportunity to attend retreats, conferences, and seminars. Attend a local or national event and help grow and strengthen your marriage. Share the secret to your strong marriage by using #NationalMarriageWeek on social media.
NATIONAL MARRIAGE WEEK HISTORY
In 2010, National Marriage Week USA was launched.