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The Story Behind Engaged Marriage

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I had the pleasure recently of being interviewed on the Coach Radio podcast, and I had an awesome time.

As I was listening to the show for the first time in the car last week, it occurred to me that several questions that I’ve been asked by readers are answered during the interview.  For example, here are some of the topics we cover:

  • How and why I created Engaged Marriage
  • My background in marriage ministry and how I took it online
  • How we’ve built such a great community using our newsletter, Twitter, Facebook and other tools
  • Why the Love Everyday project was so successful
  • What’s going on with the new Fit Marriage site and why it’s so important
  • Lots of fun conversation!

If you’re interested in learning more about Engaged Marriage and these related topics, please visit Coach Radio and go listen to the interview now.  While you’re there, you might consider subscribing to Justin’s blog and/or podcast so you can check out the variety of great interviews and posts he shares regularly.

I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below…

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About the Author

Dustin Riechmann created Engaged Marriage to help other married couples live a life they love (especially) when they feel too busy to make it happen. He has many passions, including sharing ways to enjoy an awesome marriage in 15 minutes a day, but his heart belongs with his wife Bethany and their three young kids.

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It was so great to have you on and hear your story, Dustin!

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    Dustin

    Thanks, Justin. I had a blast!

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I enjoyed listening to your story, and will be taking your advice to heart. Before I get my new blog going I’m going to really define my niche and write a specific description of who I’m talking to.

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Dustin

That’s awesome, Matthew. Don’t hesitate to let me know if you need anything.

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I would say part of the problem is that both of you are working out of your NEED. If each of you would focus on your spouses needs more and your own needs less you might find that your needs would be met! Either of you could start this process.

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    Dustin

    Who is your comment directed toward?

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